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Mo Brooks: “Dozens” House Republicans Could Oppose Electoral College Results

Representative Mo Brooks (R., Alabama) said Monday that “dozens” of Republicans in the House of Representatives could oppose the Electoral College results on January 6 when Congress meets to count the votes. Brooks said there was “overwhelming” and “compelling” evidence of “serious voter fraud and electoral theft” in the election, which President-elect Joe Biden won with 306 electoral votes against 232 votes for the election. President Trump. “There are dozens in the House of Representatives who have come to this conclusion, like me,” Brooks said during an appearance on Fox & Friends. “We’re going to sponsor and co-sponsor poll objections from Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Nevada and maybe more, depending on where we collectively want to go. It remains to be seen if any senators will join them in contesting the results, Brooks said, as Republican Senate leaders warned their members not to join the effort. Members of Parliament need the support of at least one senator for the objection to be heard and debated. House Republicans can force a vote on voter certification, though the effort will almost certainly fail in the Democratic-controlled body. Senator John Thune (R., SD) told reporters last week that the attempt to challenge the election results “fell like a hound”. “I just don’t think it makes a lot of sense to put everyone through this when you know what the end result will be,” Thune said. Brooks dismissed criticism from Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R., Illinois), who said the objection came from “congressional crooks” trying to attract attention or raise funds. “Well, it’s sad to the extent that we have Republicans who don’t want to do their homework or who don’t want to make tough decisions,” Brooks said. “And unfortunately Adam Kinzinger falls into this stage.”

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