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Sen. Graham: State GOP Lawmakers Should Consider Invalidating Election Results

HeadlineNov 06, 2020

Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Lindsey Graham has publicly agreed that Republican state legislators in Pennsylvania and other states should consider invalidating the will of the voters and appoint Republican electors to the Electoral College regardless of the vote outcome. Republicans control the legislatures in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina, Georgia and Arizona. Graham was asked about this by Sean Hannity on Fox News.

Sean Hannity: “Should these Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania and elsewhere, if there’s corruption in the law — they don’t abide by the law and they don’t allow observers in as the law calls for, should they then invalidate this?”

Sen. Lindsey Graham: “I think everything should be on the table. So, there’s the process of observing an election that’s being violated. Philadelphia elections are crooked as a snake.”

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