Brave Senator Reveals He Will Vote Against Election Results

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Ever since Election Night, many Americans, including top Republican leaders, have called out the suspicious way many states counted their results. Those suspicions have turned into a major challenge of the 2020 election, as damning evidence came out to reveal states allowed massive voter fraud.

Sure, the left is all too happy to ignore signed affidavits, video footage, and other undeniable proof those “irregularities” were actual attempts to steal the election. The media has been pushing the line that absolutely zero problems occurred and that Americans voted in record numbers to elected an old man with dementia—over a man who saved America, twice.

Some poor excuses for Republicans crumbled beneath the left-wing narrative, but many others have not. Notable congressmen and senators have stood beside Trump as he and his team battled for election integrity. While state hearings and court battles served to bring to light these accounts of massive fraud, the real fight would always be in Congress.

We know several Republican House members plan to contest the election. But they needed at least one senator to do the same. Now, we have that senator.

Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley announced Wednesday that he will object to the certification of the Electoral College vote on Jan. 6 — the first senator to make such a declaration.

“Millions of voters concerned about election integrity deserve to be heard,” Hawley said via social media, captioning a statement. “I will object on January 6 on their behalf.”

Hawley specifically identified issues concerning the 2020 election in Pennsylvania and influence from Big Tech.

“I cannot vote to certify the electoral college results on January 6 without raising the fact that some states, particularly Pennsylvania, failed to follow their own state election laws,” the Republican stated. [Source: Daily Wire]

Objections by congressmen would lead to long debates and discussions within both chambers of Congress. This will be Trump’s chance to reveal significant evidence of a deliberate effort on the part of Democrats to steal the election. It will take a vote in Congress to reject states with bogus results and certify only those whose results are accurate (which would give Trump the win).

A similar event happened in 1886, when Republicans asserted massive fraud altered the results of the election. We might see something close to that happen this time around, but with much more evidence of fraud.

President Trump has promised more revelations on January 6, perhaps something that will be undeniable, even by Democrats. They might continue to claim zero fraud occurred, but in the fact of incontrovertible facts—and a growing sentiment among Americans that they tried to steal the election—they might not have a choice.

Trump has not wavered in the slightest that he won the election, fair and square. And he’s not a man that is often wrong.

I guess it all comes down to what happens on January 6.