Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) said he will challenge votes: Electoral College update

Published December 15, 2020 762 Views

Electoral College votes are destined to be challenged when they come before the Joint Session of Congress on January 6, 2021.

We have a lot to cover in the next few minutes so stick with us as we look at the lawyer who wants Donald Trump to take action. We'll also drill down into a voter machine glitch uncovered in Nevada that suggests election irregularities may have existed wherever Dominion Voting Systems machines were used.

Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) said he will challenge votes.

Brooks is hoping to force a vote on accepting or rejecting the outcome of the Electoral College vote. Those who believe the election was rigged to favor Biden are hoping the votes will be rejected allowing the U.S. House of Representatives to choose the next president. Each state gets one vote and, considering there are more red states than blue represented, the outcome would almost certainly favor Donald Trump rather than Joe Biden.

To force a vote, all that is needed is one Senator and one House Representative to object. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky has signaled his willingness to object.

“I have a choice, I can either sit back and surrender and be a part of the surrender caucus, or I can fight for our country,” Brooks said.

What bothers me about this is, to date, only two Republicans in the House and two in the Senate have voiced their willingness to object to the vote. In my opinion, every Republican in both chambers (except for Mitt Romney) should object to the Electoral College vote as a matter of conscience and patriotic duty. Come to think of it, every member of both houses should object but that, obviously, won't happen.

An attorney in Michigan who was the catalyst behind the forensic investigation of a voting machine in Antrim, Michigan claims there is sufficient evidence for President Donald Trump to take action. What action Trump should take was not made clear.

Among the findings were the removal of ballot-adjudication logs and the security logs for the Nov. 3 election, but logs prior to November 3 were still in place. That gives the impression that the November 3 logs were manually and purposefully removed.

According to The Epoch Times, the machines "had an error rate of 68.05 percent—while the Federal Election Commission allows for an error rate of 0.0008 percent."

Dominion Voting Systems disputed the claims noting a glitch in Antrim County, Michigan that switched 6,000 votes from Trump to Biden was human errors.

Attorney Matthew DePerno was quoted by as saying the Dominion voting setting was an “intentionally and purposefully” setting error.

Is this just an isolated glitch? Or is there a widespread problem?

There appears to be evidence that, across the country in Nevada, a near-identical "glitch" was uncovered. In Clark County, about 70 percent of ballots were deemed to be questionable and sent to an adjudication team to be reviewed.