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Matt Gaetz Enrages Democrats by Hinting at Congressional Debates to Accept State Electors from States with Voter Fraud


Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz (R) caught the attention of Democrats by suggesting that Republicans in both the House of Representatives and Senate debate about states where voting irregularities exist.

Gaetz said the debate rests on whether or not Congress should accept the contested states’ electors.

In an interview with Lou Dobbs, Gaetz rightfully called out the RINOs not willing to fight for a free and fair election:

At least some members of Congress are fighting to preserve election integrity in America.

But Democrats weren’t too happy with Gaetz’s remarks:

The left-wing media also had a meltdown to Gaetz’s comments:

From Politico:

President Donald Trump’s arsenal for overturning the election will soon be down to one final, desperate maneuver: pressing his Republican allies on Capitol Hill to step in and derail Joe Biden’s presidency.

Although the Electoral College casts the official vote for president on Dec. 14, it’s up to Congress to certify the results a few weeks later. And federal law gives individual members of the House and Senate the power to challenge the results from the floor — a rarely used mechanism meant to be the last of all last resorts to safeguard an election.

But several House Republican lawmakers and aides now tell POLITICO they’re considering this option to aid Trump’s quest.


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