Enough Is Enough! Senate Republicans Just Called A 2020 Election Federal Hearing On Voting Irregularities

Facing deep questions about the election outcome, the media requested that Americans just give up and move on. 

Yet President Trump, and more than 70 million Americans, refuse to go gently into the dark night. 

Instead, several top Republican leaders are joining the president to claim the legitimacy of the election.

And it seems like more politicians are taking the steps that Democrats were happy to do back in 2016. They’re ready to get to the bottom of what happened. 

Via The Times of Epoch:

The Senate will hold a hearing next week on irregularities that took place during the 2020 presidential election…

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 Senate is joining Republicans in the House to make efforts to uncover the many “irregularities” arising from the 2020 Election.

Ever since Election Night, Americans smelled a rat. Some states stopped counting votes. Others dragged out the counting for days, weeks on end.

Does any of that sound fishy to you?

That does even begin to touch on the rule changes Democrats made last minute which may have violated their states’ constitutions. Or how signed affidavits accuse election officials, postal workers, and others of undermining the results.

The Senate would be out of their minds to ignore all this.

Why does Trump have to fight this battle all on his own? This is our democracy, after all. It’s not about who will end up being the winner, but the fear that certain groups might have tried to steal the election.

Shouldn’t that warrant a few hearings and investigations?

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