Just yesterday, Democrats were telling us that we were seditious traitors and they were the vanguard of all democracy. Now, you have a Democrat member of Congress saying that the elected representatives of 70 million Americans should be expelled from the chamber.
We came today to debate, to follow regular order, to offer an objection, and to follow a process that is expressly contemplated in our Constitution. No competition, contest, or election can be deemed fair if the participants are subject to different rules.
Disturbing news from negotiations my colleagues and I have just had with GOP leadership: Republican leadership is contemplating taking the one hour we have to present our objections on each state and giving part of that time away to Republicans who don't support the objections.
Republicans will not leave democracy undefended on January 6th.
We're going to object to states that did not run clean elections.
"We're not going back to losing politely with Mitt Romney. We're not going back to the Bush's and the Cheney's. This is Donald Trump's party. I'm a Donald Trump Republican – that's where the energy in our party is."
On January 6th, I'm joining with the fighters in Congress. We're going to OBJECT to electors from states that didn't run clean elections. (Turning Point USA Student Action Summit/West Palm Beach/12.18.20)
Democrats impeached President Trump over a perfect phone call...but they won't take any action against a colleague for a rather imperfect relationship with a Chinese Communist Party intelligence operative.
The true casualty of the Supreme Court's decision is an erosion of the power of state legislators to make election law. There's still evidence that needs to be considered. The House may be the last forum available for us to present our arguments.
Why is Speaker Pelosi keeping Eric Swalwell on the Intel Committee? What's next? Bringing back Anthony Weiner to serve on the Ethics Committee?