President Donald Trump’s Republican allies have virtually no chance of changing the outcome, only to delay Biden’s inevitable assertion as the winner of the Electoral College and the next president for hours.
There were no credible allegations of voting issues that impacted the election, as claimed by dozens of judges, governors, election officials, the Electoral College, the Justice Ministry, of the Department of Homeland Security and the Supreme Court of the United States. But Trump is determined to say he hasn’t lost – which he has significantly done – and many GOP politicians either share his delusion or fear provoking his anger – even if it means voting to undermine democracy. .
A member of the House and a Senator are required to mount an objection when Congress counts the votes. Republican Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri said on Wednesday that he would oppose it, which will force House and Senate lawmakers to vote on whether to accept the results of Biden’s victory….
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