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Alabama AG Refuses To Say Biden Is Duly Elected


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Alabama’s AG refused to bow down to Democrats.

During testimony before the Senate on Thursday, Alabama’s Attorney General Steve Marshall made it clear he doesn’t believe Biden was “duly elected”.

When AG Marshall was asked by Senator Sheldon Whitehouse “Is Joseph R. Biden of Delaware the duly elected and lawfully serving president of the United States of America?”, he completely dodged Senator Sheldon’s questions and refused to call Biden the duly elected president.

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To be duly elected  means to be elected in accordance with the Constitution,

The Hill had more on the story:

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall (R) refused to say during testimony before the Senate on Thursday whether President Biden was the “duly elected and lawfully serving” president of the United States.

During a Senate committee hearing, the Republican attorney general testified against the nomination of Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson. He said in a statement that he had concerns about her views on the criminal justice system.

In an exchange with Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) during his testimony, however, Marshall refused to specifically affirm whether Biden was “duly elected and lawfully serving” the president of the United States.

“Is Joseph R. Biden of Delaware the duly elected and lawfully serving president of the United States of America?” Whitehouse asked Marshall.

“He is the president of this country,” Marshall answered.

Whitehouse repeated the question, to which Marshall replied, “He is the president of our country.”

“Are you answering that omitting the language ‘duly elected and lawfully serving’ purposefully?” Whitehouse pressed Marshall.

NBC 15 News got the scoop too:

On Thursday, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall took part in the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson.

Republican senators invited Marshall to testify as an expert on crime fighting, and about why he thinks Judge Jackson is not right for the job.

But for a moment, the questioning took a different turn when Marshall was asked about his thoughts on the 2020 presidential election.

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Marshall declined to say whether he thought President Joe Biden had been “duly elected” as president when questioned by democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island.

“He is the president of this country,” Marshall said.

He gave the same answer when Whitehouse asked a second time.

“Are you answering that, omitting the language ‘duly elected and lawfully serving,’ purposefully?” Whitehouse continued.

“I’m answering the question. He is the president of the United States,” Marshall replied.

“You have no view as to whether he was duly elected or is lawfully serving?”



 

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