The congressmen emphasized that protecting the integrity of our country’s election process is not just a political party’s issue.
At present, there are pending election fraud lawsuits in many states across the United States. Thousands of signed affidavits have reported a large number of voting violations, especially in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
This group of Republican congressmen who have defeated the current Democrats and successfully flipped their seats told Pelosi on Monday (December 14) that they are expressing the concerns of millions of voters in their electoral district about election fraud.
The letter referenced verified reports of:
- Absentee and mail-in ballots with missing or unverified signatures;
- Missing and unaccounted voting machine memory cards; and
- Restrictions on bipartisan election observers during critical phases of the election process.
The letter notes of the signers that there are “tremendous differences in our districts and in some cases, our policy positions…”
They represent a “diverse and wide swath” of the country, but “can all agree (that) protecting the integrity of our elections is paramount.”
The letter claims the elections process “has devolved into chaos” and that the signers’ constituents “are deeply concerned with the integrity of our elections.”
Those voters who voted for President Trump have been demanding transparency to ensure the integrity of the election, and have asked for investigations into signed affidavits that witnessed voter fraud. But mainstream media and Democrats have consistently refused to admit that these are legitimate concerns.
Speaker Pelosi’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but the California Democrat criticized Texas v. Four Swing States’ unconstitutional case last week.
The Texas Attorney General requested the Supreme Court on December 7 for permission to prosecute four swing states to protect the integrity of the 2020 election.
The Lone Star State alleged that these states had changed the election rules and violated the electoral provisions of the U.S. Constitution, and pointed out that the relaxation of the protection of the integrity of ballots has increased the possibility of voter fraud, resulting in unequal treatment of voters and voting Violation, etc.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected Texas’s application for the court to consider evidence. Representative Speaker Pelosi expressed appreciation for the Supreme Court’s decision to dismiss the lawsuit.
“The court decisively and correctly dismissed the extreme, illegal, and undemocratic lawsuits that the Republicans tried to overturn the wishes of millions of American voters.” The speaker wrote in the statement.
In addition, she also questioned the patriotism and loyalty of Republican lawmakers to the Constitution.
She said: “The 126 Republican members who signed this lawsuit shamed the House of Representatives. They did not stick to their pledge to support and defend the Constitution. Instead, they chose to subvert the Constitution and undermine the public’s view of our sacred democratic system. trust.”
This group of newly elected Republicans urged Pelosi to specifically investigate issues such as mailing ballot signatures, missing or missing memory cards of voting machines, and restrictions on Republican scrutineers.
“Our voters requested that these serious violations of the election process be seriously investigated, with the purpose of restoring our confidence in the election process.” The letter said.