For daring to take a stand in defense of President Donald Trump and his fight for a free and fair election, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) received a vitriolic tweet from Walmart that insulted not just him but also the more than 74 million Americans who voted for Trump on Nov. 3.
After announcing that he cannot, in good conscience, vote to certify the Electoral College results on Jan. 6, Hawley was called a “sore loser” by an unknown member of Walmart’s social media team, who further jabbed at the congressman: “Go ahead. Get your 2 hour debate.”
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, a Democrat, also responded with hate, calling Hawley’s announcement a “coup attempt.” Klobuchar added in a riled speech that “democracy will prevail,” emphasizing her belief that Joe Biden will be installed on Jan. 20.
Hawley himself responded in sarcasm, thanking Walmart for its “insulting condescension,” adding: “Now that you’ve insulted 75 million Americans, will you at least apologize for using slave labor?”
Walmart later apologized, claiming that the earlier tweet from its social media team “was mistakenly posted.” It was consequently deleted, and Walmart added that it has “no intention of commenting on the subject of certifying the electoral college.”
Since that time, as many as 10 other senators have indicated plans to join Hawley in objecting to the fraudulent election results on Jan. 6.
Fueled with even more disgust over the fact that Sen. Mitch McConnell refuses to help struggling Americans, giving them piddly $600 “stimulus” checks as opposed to the $2,000 checks that Trump and the Democrats wanted, the following senators have signed on to the effort:
• Ted Cruz (R-Tex.)
• Ron Johnson (R-Wis.)
• James Lankford (R-Okla.)
• Steve Daines (R-Mont.)
• John Kennedy (R-La.)
• Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.)
• Mike Braun (R-Ind.)
Four additional Senators-Elect have also signed on:
• Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.)
• Roger Marshall (R-Kan.)
• Bill Hagerty (R-Tenn.)
• Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.)
A joint statement from all of these individuals explains that it is their constitutional duty to comply with state and federal election law, which was not followed in the 2020 election.
Had the election been fair and honest, Trump would be expected to concede as normal. This was not the case, though, which is why this growing cohort of congressmen and congresswomen is planning to do the tough job of issuing a proper objection.
“The election of 2020, like the election of 2016, was hard fought and, in many swing states, narrowly decided,” the letter explains. “The 2020 election, however, featured unprecedented allegations of voter fraud, violations and lax enforcement of election law, and other voting irregularities.”
While voter fraud has been a “persistent challenge” in many American elections, the allegations and irregularities that occurred in 2020 “exceed any in our lifetimes,” the senators and senators-elect further added.
“And those allegations are not believed just by one individual candidate,” they emphasize. “Instead, they are widespread.”
Thus, it is incumbent on Congress to vote accordingly on Jan. 6. This is make it or break it time, and this final vote “is the lone constitutional power remaining to consider and force resolution of the multiple allegations of serious voter fraud.”
At the conclusion of the letter, the objecting senators and senators-elect call on Congress to immediately appoint an Electoral Commission, the job of which it will be to conduct an emergency 10-day audit of the election returns in every disputed state.
“Once completed, individual states would evaluate the Commission’s findings and could convene a special legislative session to certify a change in their vote, if needed,” the letter concludes.
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