The number of members of Congress who will commit to challenging the results of the Nov. 3 election during the upcoming joint session is expected to grow.
“There’s three of us that have publicly said that we will refuse to certify Electoral College votes for Joe Biden, and I definitely have a very strong feeling that there will be more of us,” Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) told The Epoch Times.
“The number will grow, you’ll see the number will grow, because I’m talking to a lot of people. Seventy-five million Americans voted for President Trump, and right now 70 percent of that number feel that that the election was stolen, and that fraud has taken place, and we know that we have big problems here in Georgia. So I think this is definitely something the American people will be supporting us in our efforts.”
Greene, Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), and Rep-Elect Barry Moore (R-Ala.) have publicly committed to challenging the election results during the upcoming joint session of Congress.