The presidential inauguration is less than a month away. Will it be Joe Biden with his hand on the bible being sworn in? Or will we see a second term for President Trump? It’s not looking good folks.
Electoral college votes for Joe Biden
President Trump and his team of patriot attorneys continue to contest the results of the 2020 presidential election. Multiple lawsuits have been shot down by local courts as well as the United States Supreme Court. Trump supporters are convinced there is no way in hell that Joe Biden received 81 million votes, a record number making him the most popular candidate in American history.
There are a few Trump loyalists who continue to stand with the president. Senator-elect Tommy Tuberville of Alabama has hinted that he will join GOP Representative Mo Brooks to challenge the election by using the Electoral Count Act of 1877 when Congress meets to finalize the vote on January 6.
If Brooks and Tuberville successfully band together to oppose the electoral vote, both chambers would be required to hold a two-hour debate and then vote on whether to approve or deny the objection. For the process to move forward, both chambers would have to agree on the objection in order to throw out contested electoral votes.
“Senate Republicans say Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) will reach out to Sen.-elect Tommy Tuberville (Ala.) in an attempt to avoid a messy floor fight next month over finalizing the results of the Electoral College vote.”
They’re trying to lose! https://t.co/uvOM7r8h2Z
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) December 25, 2020
Deep state pushing Trump out
Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell and other DC swamp creatures are urging Tommy Tuberville to stop fighting for Trump and accept the rigged election. He wants Republicans to fall in line with the deep state so they can get back to business looting the American tax payer.
During a December 15 conference call, McConnell warned that objecting to counting certain states’ electoral votes for Biden on Jan. 6 would be a political mistake, especially for senators up for reelection.
Senator Thune said that the GOP leadership is “trying to encourage all of our members — new members included — that we got a lot of work ahead of us and that rehashing this takes a lot of time and energy and political capital that could best be used working on an agenda for next year.”
Thune and McConnell are wrong. Republicans who are turning their backs on Trump will face the consequences in the next election. Incoming North Carolina House Rep Madison Cawthorn told a crowd of supporters that he would be contesting the election on January 6. Then he threatened to work against anti-Trump RINOs in Congress. “If you are not on the record calling for fair, free and just elections now and in the future, I will come to your district and I will fund a primary opponent against you,” Cawthorn said. The fight continues.
Statement by Donald J. Trump, The President of the United States
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 23, 2020