In their own words, here's a worthwhile statement and roundup just shared by this town's top ranking Democratic Party group . . .
Missouri Republicans Continue to Waste Time and Resources
(via Rep. Jerome Barnes)
On a straight party-line vote, the House Special Committee on Government Oversight on Dec. 14 voted 6-3 in favor of a non-binding resolution calling on Congress to reject the presidential election results of six states won by former Vice President Joe Biden, a Democrat, as part of a far-fetched attempt by Republicans secure another term for President Donald Trump, who lost both the national popular vote and electoral vote by wide margins.
However, the full Missouri House of Representatives adjourned from its special legislative session on Dec. 16 without taking up the politically motivated measure. The House had been expected to end the session Dec. 10 but extended it at the behest of 67 Republican lawmakers who signed on to resolution. The measure died when the chairman of a procedural committee that also had to approve it prior to House debate said his panel would not meet.
The government oversight committee vote took place on the same day the Electoral College met in state capitols across the country to formally election Biden as president. Biden won 306 electoral votes, while Trump garnered 232, including Missouri’s 10 electoral votes. Congress will take the largely ministerial action of certifying the Electoral College results on Jan. 6.
House Resolution 2 urged Congress to reject in the electoral votes from Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, Arizona and Nevada, swing states won by Biden. During a contentious three-hour hearing, HR 2 supporters offered no evidence of fraud that would justify overturning millions of votes in those states. Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani who appeared via videoconference, was the primary witness but only offered debunked and unsubstantiated claims that already had been rejected by dozens of state and federal courts across the country.
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