(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – I don’t care who you are or who you vote for, if you don’t think it’s important to make sure that illegitimate votes aren’t being counted towards deciding the next person to have our nation’s nuclear codes, you do not care about this nation at all.
Is it that hard to understand?
Former Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan has slammed Republicans challenging the Electoral College vote, because, well, of course he is.
2016 called—it wants its RINOs back.
On Sunday, the former Wisconsin lawmaker issued a statement slamming current Republican lawmakers who have designs to challenge Democrat Joe Biden’s electors on Wednesday when a joint session of Congress meets to certify the Electoral College vote.
Ryan firmly insisted, “Joe Biden’s victory is entirely legitimate.”
Paul Ryan statement: “Under our system, voters determine the president, and this self-governance cannot sustain itself if the whims of Congress replace the will of the people.” pic.twitter.com/nyQz0geV80
— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) January 3, 2021
Well, over a dozen Republican senators, at least 140 GOP congressmen, and millions of American voters beg to differ, buddy.
Roughly 70% of Republican voters think that Biden’s victory was very much not legitimate.
Establishment GOP is as establishment GOP does, and Ryan is as establishment as it gets. Those lawmakers who opt to clap their hands who choose to ignore brazen corruption and the clear bias of the mainstream media and much of the federal government are everything wrong with the swamp.
And this is exactly what millions upon millions of Americans voted out of office in 2016—and what is most likely the most number of Americans ever in a single election did in 2020.
We’ve known the swamp is a swamp for decades, and we’ve known that there are all kinds of dirty backdoor dealings and shady practices in the manner in which elections are conducted.
Ryan would have to be willfully ignoring not only the entire history of the Democrat Party but everything that’s happened over the last four years to make a statement like this.
Shame on him—but good thing for the party he won’t be anywhere near Wednesday’s joint session.
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