Missouri Senator Josh Hawley Will Object to Election Certification on January 6

Sen. Josh Hawley joined “The Story” exclusively on Wednesday to speak out after receiving backlash from Democrats over his stated plan to object to several states’ presidential electors when Congress certifies the election next week. Under current law, at least one U.S. senator and one U.S. House member are required in order to force a debate over elector tallies in a state. Hawley, R-Mo., on Wednesday became the first U.S. senator to announce his intention, joining Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., as a counterpart in the House.

Then-Democrat Senator Barbara Boxer did this to George Bush in 2004 after he beat John Kerry, but you won’t hear about that in the stories you read now from the resident Trump-haters or on CNN and MSNBC.
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