Some House Republicans plan last ditch challenge to election results during Electoral College tally
The insane leading the stupid, whodathunkit?
And there’s the rub: MILLIONS of votes means disenfranchising millions of their constituents. Vote these eff’ers out.
So a Representative from Alabama (not exactly a bastion of good gubmint) is going to challenge the results of 4 states, none of them, uh, Alabama? Got it.
- In order for an objection to get a debate, he will need at least one senator to join him. It’s not clear so far that any senators will object.
I find many Senators objectionable. Oh, wait.
- If an objection is filed, each Chamber would have to debate for 2 hours. For electors to be tossed, the Democratic-controlled House and the Republican-controlled Senate would have to agree.
- Several Senate Republicans, like Mitt Romney and Susan Collins, have said they will not vote to overturn the results of the election.
The amazing vestigial spines of Willard and the Concerned appear again!
Awkward: All eyes will be on Vice President Mike Pence, who will be in charge of counting the Electoral College votes and overseeing any objections.
We would be remiss if we did not note that our walking termite buffett and VP is the one person in the Executive Branch that Prznint Apprentice cannot YOU’RE FIRED.
The bottom line: Any objection to the Electoral College count may delay things, but it won’t change the winner of the election.
Get out a pencil and a piece of paper to write down the names of the dopes who join Mo in this last grandstand.