Republican senators state election had ‘unprecedented allegations of voter fraud’ joining Trump and his continual statements of having valid evidence of that fraud.
As of January 1st 2021 Ted Cruz will lead 11 GOP senators to demand an ‘emergency audit’ of the election result in a joint session of Congress. The group of Republicans say they will object to the 6 January certification of Joe Biden’s win unless there is an emergency 10-day audit of the results by an election commission.
Mr Cruz is being joined by Ron Johnson, James Lankford, Steve Daines, John Kennedy, Marsha Blackburn, Mike Braun, as well as Senators.-elect Cynthia Lummis, Roger Marshall, Bill Hagerty, and Tommy Tuberville.
Together they say that the election "featured unprecedented allegations of voter fraud and illegal conduct."
“Voter fraud has posed a persistent challenge in our elections, although its breadth and scope are disputed,” the politicians said in a statement.
“By any measure, the allegations of fraud and irregularities in the 2020 election exceed any in our lifetimes.”
The Supreme Court led by allegedly compromised Chief Justice Roberts failed to uphold the constitution and instead threw out the valid lawsuit brought on by Texas AG and sponsored by 22 states.
This is a separate effort from that of Senator Josh Hawley, who says he will object to the alleged failure of some states to follow their own election laws.
President Trump has rightfully refused to concede the election to Mr Biden, despite a handful of courtroom defeats in battleground states across the US.
The media and Chinese owned democrats want the nation to think that Mr Biden flipped Arizona, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin taking him past the 270 electoral college votes needed to secure the White House all while out performing former President Barack Obama by 11 million votes. A number that has the general public wondering since the math does not ad up when you look at voting areas on a map.
These 11 senators and sentors-elect claim that there is a historical track record for Congress to appoint an electoral commission to audit results where they are disputed.
They cite as precedent the 1877 contest between Samuel Hayes and Rutherford Hayes, where there were allegations of fraud in several states.
"In 1877, Congress did not ignore those allegations, nor did the media simply dismiss those raising them as radicals trying to undermine democracy," they said.
“Instead, Congress appointed an Electoral Commission, consisting of five Senators, five House Members, and five Supreme Court Justices, to consider and resolve the disputed returns.”
The move by Mr Cruz and his group comes after it was predicted that up to 140 Republican members of the House fo Representatives could vote against counting the electoral college votes.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has privately urged Republicans not to object to the counting of the votes making him widely hated amongst millions of Trump supporters.
- Citizen First News Staff Writer