'Trump staying in Power' US Senators taking action

'Trump staying in Power' US Senators taking action

A group of Republican senators led by Ted Cruz said on Sunday they will challenge Joe Biden’s election win. Because ‘Trump is staying in Power‘ in a last-ditch attempt to support Donald Trump´s efforts to undermine the US vote,

The senators are led by veteran lawmaker Ted Cruz in an initiative, despite the rulings in dozens of courts and the findings by officials in several key states, that there were no widespread voting problems.

The Republicans’ statement, signed by Cruz and six other current senators along with four senators-elect, asserts that “allegations of fraud and irregularities in the 2020 election exceed any in our lifetimes.”


The group said that when Congress convenes in a joint session on Wednesday, for what normally would be a Pro-forma certification of Biden’s victory, they will demand the creation of a special commission to conduct an “emergency 10-day audit” of the election results.


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The statement says individual states could then convene special legislative sessions and potentially revise their vote totals.

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They join Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri, who said earlier that he planned to raise objections on Wednesday.

A Republican member of the House of Representatives, Louie Gohmert, has also announced his plan to oppose certification, and more than 100 House Republicans reportedly will back his challenge.


The Hawley and Gohmert challenges will ensure that Congress must meet to hear the complaints as United States Senators and lawyers around the President are adamant that ‘Trump staying in power’

In a phone call, President Trump seemed to be pressuring Georgia Secretary of State to ‘find’ Trump votes in the state, according to audio obtained by The Washington Post.


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