‘Congress has so far failed to act’
By Bob Unruh
Published December 30, 2020 at 2:58pm
At least one senator has announced plans to join members of the U.S. House in objecting to the Electoral College votes that are expected to result in a Joe Biden presidency during a joint assembly of Congress that could be “messy,” and ultimately could leave a cloud over the Democrat’s administration.
The objections are being triggered by evidence of election mismanagement in multiple states, including a report from state lawmakers in Pennsylvania that there were nearly 200,000 more votes than voters, and represent the fact that tens of millions of Americans, by multiple polls, believe that Biden won only with the help of fraud in the election.