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White House Chief of Staff: More than 100 members of the House of Representatives and more than 10 senators stand up for election integrity

[Epoch Times January 3, 2021](Epoch Times reporter Xia Yu comprehensive report) Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks (Mo Brooks) said that on Saturday (January 2) night, Republican Rep. held A rare conference call to discuss their goal of overturning some swing states’ electoral college votes at a joint meeting of Congress on January 6.

President Trump (Trump) and White House Chief of Staff Meadows also attended the meeting.

The conference call on Saturday night began at 6 a.m. EDT. As the meeting was going on, Brooks tweeted: “We have gained momentum in fighting for an honest and accurate election.

He said: “(Congressman) Jim Jordan and I co-led the conference call with more than 50 members of Congress participating and fighting for the United States of America.”

“President Trump (Trump) and (White House Chief of Staff) Mark Meadows are speaking. Morale is high! Fight!” Brooks tweeted during the meeting.

Six members of Trump’s core team introduced allegations of election fraud to swing state lawmakers

On the other hand, six members of President Trump’s core team briefed a large number of swing state lawmakers on the allegations of election fraud on Saturday.

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White House trade adviser Peter Navarro revealed the meeting on Saturday.

On Saturday night, Navarro told Fox News host Jeanine Pirro that he was a member of the six-member team, and he offered to help people from Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Hundreds of lawmakers gave briefings.

Navarro said: “We explained exactly how the Democratic Party planned a strategy to take this election away from Donald J. Trump.”

Meadows: More than 100 members of the House of Representatives and more than 10 senators fight for election integrity

In the joint session of Congress, at least one senator and congressman must challenge the electoral college vote in a certain state before the follow-up procedure can be initiated, that is, the House of Representatives and the Senate will suspend the joint meeting and debate for up to two hours. . The House of Representatives and Senate will then vote on the election results.

Senator Josh Holly announced on Wednesday that he would challenge the results of the Electoral College on January 6.

Earlier on Saturday, 11 Republican federal senators and elected senators headed by Ted Cruz issued a joint statement announcing that they would oppose the electoral college vote at the joint Congress meeting on January 6. The results were verified and Congress urged the establishment of an election committee to conduct an emergency 10-day audit of the election results.

Brooks said on Saturday that efforts to encourage more Republican lawmakers to challenge the results of the Electoral College are gaining “motivate.”

White House Chief of Staff Meadows tweeted Saturday night: “Now, we have more than a hundred House of Representatives and a dozen senators ready to stand up for election integrity and opposition to certification (election results).”

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“Now it’s time to fight back,” Meadows said.

However, this movement has also attracted opposition from some Republicans. Utah Senator Mitt Romney has been a critic of the president during his tenure. He called the Republican senator’s plan to reject the Electoral College vote “excessive.” Strategy”.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (Mitch McConnell) had previously urged Republican senators to accept Biden’s victory, but neither he nor Senate Majority Whip John Thune has so far failed to challenge Cruz. 12 senators commented on the latest developments.

Editor in charge: Hua Ziming#


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