Sit down and buckle up everyone! It’s ALL happening!
The senate is appointing a committee to hold the first federal hearing on the massive election fraud, which was widely reported all over the country in 2020.
The U.S. is NOT a banana republic and lawmakers seem to be stepping up to the plate. Whether it be the 18 states (and growing) who joined Texas in the SCOTUS lawsuit
OR the FTC and 48 states moving to break up the left leaning Facebook Social Media Giant
The Pieces are coming together.
Check it out:
NTD News reported:
The Senate will hold a hearing next week on irregularities that took place during the 2020 presidential election.
“I am mindful that many of the issues that have been raised have been, and will continue to be, appropriately resolved in the courts. But the fact remains that a large percentage of the American public does not view the 2020 election result as legitimate because of apparent irregularities that have not been fully examined. That is not a sustainable state of affairs for our country,” Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, said in a statement.
“The only way to resolve suspicions is with full transparency and public awareness. That will be the goal of the hearing.”
The committee will hold the hearing on Dec. 16. Additional details, including witnesses, will be made available next week. The hearing is not yet listed on the committee’s calendar.
Daily Caller also reported on a related development:
A group of 27 Republican congressmen urged President Donald Trump to order a Justice Department-appointed special counsel investigation of “legitimate questions” about election irregularities.
The Republican congressmen asked Trump to direct Attorney General William Barr to appoint the special counsel, according to a letter obtained by Politico that was sent to the White House on Wednesday. Reps. Lance Gooden, Paul Gosar, Louie Gohmert, Scott Perry and Jody Hice were among the 27 congressmen who signed onto the letter.
“The American people deserve a definitive resolution to the uncertainty hovering over the outcome of our election, but legitimate questions of voter fraud remain unanswered,” the congressmen wrote.