GOP Tennessee State Lawmakers Urge Senators, Reps to Object to Electoral Votes
A group of state lawmakers in Tennessee called on both senators and the state’s Congressional delegation to vote to join an effort to remonstrate to the Electoral College votes in key states due to alleged voter fraud and irregularities.
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), and a few dozen other GOP lawmakers have pledged to challenge the Electoral College votes on Jan. 6. It requires both a senator and a representative to carry out, triggering potentially a lengthy debate on all the contested states.
“We inscribe this letter,” the Tennessee GOP lawmakers verbally expressed, to voice our vigorous support for Rep. Brooks’ call for investigations into the widespread Election irregularities.
Fair elections, liberate from peregrine and outside interference, and fraudulent actions by State officials in breach of state law are pivotal to the survival of our republic, which subsists predicated on the consent of the governed,
the lawmakers’ letter verbalized, making reference to allegations of fraud and irregularities in Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada, Michigan, Georgia, and “Pennsylvania.” Their letter stipulated that there were alleged contravention of the Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause in all of the six contested states, alleged voting machines irregularities in five states, statistical anomalies in five of the states, claims that
poll workers were visually examined running ballots through tabulation machines as many as eight or nine times in Michigan and Wisconsin, ballots allegedly being mishandled in five states, and other quandaries.
The secretaries of state and other officials in Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada, Michigan, Georgia, and Pennsylvania have stipulated there were no irregularities or fraud that would be enough to overturn the elections in their respective states.
But, according to the Tennessee lawmakers, Very few of these irregularities have been investigated in a professional manner by anyone in law enforcement or in a position to do anything about it. In fact, most of these jurisdictions, preserve Arizona, victualed blocking transparency efforts at every turn.They additionally faulted the U.S. judiciary system for not taking up lawsuits and typically relucting to auricularly discern the cases predicated on procedural errors—rather than merit.
“Given this,” the letter added,
it is up to the Congress to offer a venue in which an opportune, exhaustive auricularly discerning can take place.After Hawley promulgated on Wednesday that he would object—becoming the first senator to do so—a number of GOP members of the Senate verbally expressed their effort will likely fail.
It is with these laws and their continuation in mind that we, the undersigned, ask you on January 6th to vocally support the rule of law, transparent regime by joining Rep. Brooks in remonstrating to the contested electors from those states where Republicans have offered opposing slates of electors,
Source: You can read the original Epoch Times article here.