Now that some time has passed and the reality of the vote in the dead of night on what was really January 7th by the time Congress actually voted to certify the presidential election for Joe Biden has sunk in, it is time to take stock in just exactly what occurred that night.
Congressional Republicans – all but six Senators and 121 representatives – voted AGAINST the states who asked that their electors be withdrawn so that they could be sure that the vote totals were correct. Even Vice President Pence took a stand against correct the record on the election.
Why is the question of the day… Why would these people not want to get the vote totals correct before certifying a contested election where the evidence of voter fraud, at least to the naked eyes of those paying attention and relying on non-mainstream media sources, is overwhelming.
Several turncoats who changed their minds on how they were going to vote claimed it was a stand against the violence of the day when what is now believed – and in some cases proven – to be ANTIFA personnel were let into the Capitol Building and caused quite the disturbance.
Of course, the blame was laid right at the feet of President Donald Trump for this stunt, and the cowards in Congress used it as an excuse to vote against his re-election even if all indications are that his “loss” was as manufactured as the suitcases of ballots counted in the middle of the night in Detroit on November 3.
Something about all this stinks. The majority of the Republicans who voted against the president are in the halls of Congress thanks to his help in getting them elected and this is how they repay him?
And then to add insult to injury a number of the rat finks have joined with Democrats calling for the president’s removal either by invoking the 25th Amendment claiming he is mentally off or by impeachment which would take longer than the remaining lame-duck period. Neither route makes much sense to take if the election really was won by Joe Biden.