U.S. Senate challenges 2020 election results - will investigate election fraud and interference
Justin Haggerty | The Daily Knight
WASHINGTON - The Senate Homeland Security Committee held a hearing Wednesday morning featuring witnesses Ken Starr, a member of Trump's impeachment defense team, and Chris Krebs, the former head of a cybersecurity agency at the Department of Homeland Security.
Republican Senators in the U.S. Senate, under pressure from voters and state legislatures, intend to investigate evidence of widespread election fraud and interference that is being challenged in courts across the United States. The Republican-led Senate committee will lead an effort to examine "irregularities" in the 2020 election.
"We want this election fixed, not the next on. Do you not hear the 75 million Americans?" - Senator Rick Scott (R-FL)
"Everyone was interested in election fraud in 2016, but when we find evidence of it in 2020, we're hearing "move along." - Senator James Lankford (R-TX)
"Two dozen states changed election law without the approval of their state legislatures, in violation of the law." - Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)
"The courts haven't decided the facts. The courts haven't looked at the facts." - Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)
"There was fraud in this election, there's no doubt about that." - Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI)
"74 million Americans are not going to shut up. It's not a recipe for success in this country, nor for unity." - Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO)
The consensus of Republicans in the U.S. Senate is to show transparency on the 2020 elections, not only to get to the bottom of the reported irregularities, but to ensure the country's faith in the electoral process. As Rasmussen report, the nation cannot afford over 47% of Americans believing that the election was likely stolen from President Donald J. Trump.
Good and honest Senators and Congressmen need to hold the line in the defense of the integrity of the electoral process and the U.S. Constitution. Preserving the Union must be the foremost concern in the minds of every American; and, we can't tuck tails in a matter of self interest and congratulate Joe Biden like Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY).
Ultimately, outside of the State Legislatures and Courts, this issue is gearing up for a showdown in the joint session of Congress on January 6th. With Senators and Congressmen calling this election contested, it is likely that a contingent election could be brought to a vote.
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WE WANT THIS ECTION FIXED, NOT THE NEXT ONE!!!! DO YOU NOT HEAR THE 75 MILLION AMERICANS!!!! @SenRickScott