Staunch Trump ally, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), put his name on the list of objectors to the electors from 6 contested states early in the process. Today, Jordan stood in front of fellow members of Congress and asked, “For nine weeks, Democrats have been afraid to have a real debate on election integrity. Why?”
Jordan also reminded them that “60 million Americans think the [November] election was stolen.” He continued, “Four years and forty million dollars on the Russian hoax, but we can’t look into an election that 60 million Americans think was stolen!?” Jordan explained that they’ve asked multiple Democrat chairs, but they would not even consider a hearing or an investigation.
For nine weeks, Democrats have been afraid to have a real debate on election integrity.— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) January 5, 2021
President Donald Trump has been fighting for the American people and keeping his campaign promises for the past four years, so now it is time for Republicans in the House and Senate to fight for him, Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, tells Newsmax TV.
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Jordan is among a group of more than 100 House members who plan to object when the full Congress meets Wednesday to certify the presidential election results.
“This is about President Trump and the Constitution,” he told “Greg Kelly Reports” on Monday. “He has fought for us, the American people. He has done more of what he said he would do than any president in our lifetimes; I mean, he’s accomplished so much in his four years as president. It’s time for us to fight for him and the Constitution.”
Jordan said a process has been worked out where certain House members will object to Electoral College votes as each state with disputed electors comes up. The first, alphabetically, will be Arizona. Others on the list of disputed states are Georgia, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
“The Senate at that point will return to its chamber, and each house will debate the issue for two hours, followed by a vote. With two hours of debate for each state, the process could expand by at least 12 hours,” he said.
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