‘Republicans control the election of the next president of the United States’

by Jon Fleetwood | ​December 22, 2020

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The plan to object to the Elector College vote on Jan. 6 and overturn the 2020 presidential election results is being led by US Congressman Mo Brooks (R) from Alabama.

 

Members of Congress want to stop former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris (D-Ca.) from becoming the next President and Vice President of the United States.

Despite the mainstream news media narrative, this outcome is a real possibility according to the Constitution.

 

Brooks—who says there is evidence of “widespread” fraud, according to One America News (OAN)—and other GOP legislators met with President Donald Trump on Monday.

The meeting, which occurred in the Oval Office, was confirmed by White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows in a tweet. Meadows said the members of Congress are “preparing to fight back against mounting evidence of voter fraud.”

The meeting consisted of three sessions lasting three hours. Attendees discussed "what the objection language for each state would look like," according to Politico reporters. "And Mo Brooks said the challenges could take 18+ hrs, meaning the proceedings may bleed into Jan. 7," they said.

 

Brooks’ goal is to challenge election results “in at least six battleground states” and coordinate “as many as 72” five-minute speeches from GOP lawmakers, according to CNN.

 

“The overwhelming, compelling, and irrefutable evidence leads to but one conclusion,” Brooks said. “If only lawful votes cast by eligible American citizens are counted, President Trump handedly won the Electoral College and re-election.”

OAN confirms that Reps. Jody Hice (R-Ga.) Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) and incoming Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) were also present at the meeting and “implored President Trump not to give up on his fight for election integrity heading into the vote count.”

 

@realdonaldtrump deserves his day in court, AND we are definitely going to give him his day in Congress,” tweeted Rep. Greene. “We have a rapidly growing group of House Members and Senators. Jan 6 challenge is on.”

 

Rep. Gaetz reportedly called for Republicans “to fight the stolen election results until the very end.” “Democracy is left undefended if we accept the results of a stolen election without fighting with every bit of vigor we can muster,” he said.

Gaetz also told Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit his plans to object during the joint session. “I'm joining with the fighters in the Congress, and we are going to object to electors from states that didn't run clean elections!” reports Newsweek.

 

Gaetz slammed mainstream media for attacking Republicans’ constitutional right.

 

“Our friends in the media will breathlessly exclaim that we are attacking democracy. That’s nonsense,” the Florida congressman told the crowd. “Democracy is left undefended, if we accept the result of a stolen election without fighting with every bit of vigor we can muster.”

 

Politico reporters confirm Reps. Louie Gohmert (R-Tx.), Andy Biggs (R-Az.), and Scott Perry (R-Pa.) were also present at the meeting.

 

Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Az.) confirmed on Twitter he was in attendance. “Just left the Oval with @realDonaldTrump and several other members of Congress. Stay tuned…” Gosar wrote.

 

According to the Constitution, if a House representative objects, one Senator must second the objection in order to move to the next phase of the process, which could cause Donald Trump to win re-election.

 

Brooks told CNN that he was confident the Senate would support the House. “I believe we have multiple senators and the question is not if but how many,” he said.

 

At least six Republican senators have expressed they might join the objection: Sens. Hawley (R-Mo.), Cruz (R-Tx.), Paul (R-Ky.), Loeffler (R-Ga.), Johnson (R-Ala.), Tuberville (R-Ala.).

 

If enough battlegrounds states’ results are thrown by this objection process, neither Trump nor Biden would have the 270 electoral votes necessary to win the Electoral College. The House would then pick the president.

 

At that point, each state will get one vote, which is based on which party (Republican or Democrat) controls the state’s House.

 

This means that Republicans will choose the next president because they control 26 state Houses, according to Brooks.

 

“House Republicans control the election of the next president of the United States,” Brooks stated.

Although mainstream media portrays Vice President Mike Pence as "not fighting hard enough" for the President as though he were "backing away" from Trump, Pence himself says he's "going to keep fighting" to overturn the election.

"We’re going to keep counting until every illegal vote is thrown out. We’re going to win Georgia, we’re going to save America, and we’ll never stop fighting to make America great again. You watch," Pence told the crowd at a Turning Point USA conference in Florida.