Joe Biden is shaking in his boots after this Electoral College meeting didn’t turn out as expected on Monday, members of the Electoral College gathered in all 50 states to cast their votes for President of the United States.
Joe Biden and the Fake News Media are trying to use Monday’s Electoral College meeting to once again claim victory over President Trump.
But Joe Biden may be worried after this meeting of the Electoral College didn’t turn out as expected.
Despite what the Fake News Media is claiming, Monday’s meeting of the Electoral College did not cement Joe Biden as the President-elect.
In fact, several states, including Arizona, voted to elect dueling electors – leaving the door open for the Senate to challenge the results when it convenes on January 6.
According to a statement put out by Kelli Ward, Chairman of the Arizona Re-publican Party:
“Today, Arizona’s 11 Republican Presidential Electors convened to cast their votes for President @realDonaldTrump and Vice President @mike_pence. With ongoing legal challenges to the 2020 presidential election still being heard in the courts, and state legislatures across the country holding hearings on election fraud and voting irregularities, it is imperative that the proper electors are counted by Congress.”
Arizona’s Republican electors still need members of Congress to voice an objection to trigger this procedural mechanism in the Electoral College system.
And Alabama Congressman Mo Brooks is promising to force a vote on the Electoral College certification if he can find one U.S. Senator to join him in making the objection.
Right now, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, and Tommy Tuberville of Alabama have voiced their support for joining Mo Brooks in objecting to the Electoral College certification.
Of course, should the House and Senate object to the certification, the Fake News Media will accuse Trump and his supporters of attempting to steal the election from Joe Biden, even though all they are really doing is trying to protect the integrity of our election process – something all Americans should support regardless of political affiliation.