Group Of House Gop Lawmakers Call For ‘Immediate’ Hearings On Election Fraud


Around 20 House GOP members are asking the leaders of Congress, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), to provide hearings on election fraud ahead of the Joint Session of Congress in January when members read the Electoral College votes.

“Under the Constitution and federal statutes, Congress is responsible for resolving all federal election contests for President, the Senate, and the House,” wrote Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), who has previously said he will attempt to challenge certain states’ Electoral College votes on Jan. 6 when the Joint Session meets.

The letter, written by Brooks and signed by 19 other GOP House members, was sent to the heads of several Senate and House committees.

They are asking that the chairs of those panels “immediately convene and hold hearings that … probe all allegations of illegal conduct concerning” the Nov. 3 election, “investigate systemic problems” affecting the election system, and hear from experts to explore solutions about “fraudulent and illegal votes that restores faith that America can hold a free and fair election.”

Our letter requests the recipients do their jobs & conduct voter fraud & election theft hearings & investigations so that Congressmen & Senators will be better informed when Congre… (Read more)

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