“Sen. Ron Johnson, the chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, has invited former independent counsel Ken Starr and attorneys in key battleground states to testify at a controversial hearing next week where he plans to probe the 2020 election that President-elect Joe Biden won.”
It seems like every couple of years someone in the Sedition Party brings Ken Starr out of the crypt to get his very learned opinion about rat-eff’ing. But you know, trust Starr: he’s an expert.
“…Johnson, a Wisconsin Republican who has not yet said if he’ll run for reelection in 2022, says his hearing is geared at “trying to restore confidence in the system” and says it is he who is “trying to debunk” questions about “suspicious activities” that occurred in the elections.
Oddly, no one will say what those suspicious activities are, that’s how suspicious they are!
“He also says the hearings will help him decide whether to join House Republicans to challenge the electoral results on the floor in January, as he’s met with one of those conservatives — Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan — to help prepare for next week’s hearing.”
Wait. What? He’s holding a hearing to help himself decide to pull a stunt with Jim Jordan? But wait! There’s more stupid to come:
“And then my next step is, I’m gonna try to debunk it,” Johnson said. “I’m going to say, ‘OK, so how do you explain this.’ Oh, there’s a reasonable explanation.”
To quote history’s greatest reporter, Bill-O, you cannot explain that.