Congressional Inauguration Committee Does NOT Pass Resolution Declaring Biden ‘President-Elect’

Posted by on December 9, 2020 3:03 pm
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At least we now know that there are some people in Washington, DC who haven’t lost their minds of the liberal pathogen.

The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies did not pass a resolution to acknowledge former Vice President Joe Biden as the president-elect as President Donald Trump and other Republicans continue lawsuits challenging the results of the November 3 presidential election, as told by several members of the panel.

First of all, not a single Elector has cast a vote, so there is no declared winner.  The Left, which includes the Democratic Party, the mainstream media, Fake News media and Fox News’ Chris Wallace, have been trying to push the perception that Joe Biden is the winner of the 2020 Election.  In fact, they have gone so far as to declare that there has been no evidence found of voter fraud that would overturn the election when the exact opposite has been true this whole time.

There are 3Republicans and 3 Democrats on the panel from both the House and Senate, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD), Senators Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN).

Republicans on the committee argued that they made the decision because there are election-related processes that need to play out first before a president-elect can be decided.  Yes, like finding out who really won would be a good start.

“It is not the job of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies to get ahead of the electoral process and decide who we are inaugurating,” Blunt said in a statement. “The JCCIC [Inaugural Committee] is facing the challenge of planning safe Inaugural Ceremonies during a global pandemic. I would hope that, going forward, the members of the JCCIC would adhere to the committee’s long-standing tradition of bipartisan cooperation and focus on the task at hand.”

Senate Majority Leader McConnell reminded reporters that the Electoral College meets to elect the president on Dec. 14.

“This has become a weekly ritual. The Electoral College is going to meet on the 14th and cast a vote, and we’re going to have a swearing in of the next president on the 20th of January,” McConnell said.

Hoyer issued a statement after the resolution was rejected, criticizing the Republican position.  Of course he did.

Hoyer confirmed to the media that the vote didn’t pass saying, “The extent to which Republicans are refusing to accept the outcome of the election and recognize Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as our next President and Vice President is astounding.”

That is an incredible statement from the House Majority Leader, especially when we all know that the Democrats to this very day still have not accepted the outcome of the 2016 election when Donald Trump defeated Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.  In fact, the Democrats have spent every wakeful our since Trump’s first inauguration trying to have him removed from office.  They first threw a phony Russian collusion hoax at the president, and then they impeached him for something that Joe Biden actually did when he served as President Obama’s vice president!

Hoyer told The Hill that GOP lawmakers have a “deference to President Trump’s post-election temper tantrums.”

So now we call investigating evidence of massive voter fraud a temper tantrum?  Hoyer is a disgrace.

But he said the Inauguration Committee agreed on limiting public participation during the January 20 inauguration event due to Communist Chines Party virus, so there is that.

Hoyer told reporters, “I think there was a consensus that we’re going to limit far beyond what we’d like to do.”

Biden has declared victory, even though he told Biden sycophant Chris Wallace during a debate he moderated to protect the former vice president that he would wait to declare victory, and that was the first promise he broke as soon as his handlers told him he won.  Trump and other Republicans are contesting the election results in court, because the Trump legal team has taken thousands of affidavits filled out, under penalty of perjury, by whistleblowers who worked the election who testified that they witnessed a lot of fraud in favor of the Democratic candidate.

According to the text of the resolution that was shot down, it had proposed that the public be notified “in coordination with the Biden Presidential Inaugural Committee and public health experts” as “we observe this transition of power.”  Gee, that’s great, even though President Trump never got a peaceful transition of power from the Democrats.  They attacked him from even before he was inaugurated.  In fact, threats of impeachment came before Trump even won the nomination.

The vote came on the same day the Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit that sought to decertify election results in Pennsylvania, and while the Fake News media jumped for gleeful joy at that news, they are were too ignorant to realize that the Pennsylvania case was rejected because the High Court agreed to hear the case that the state of Texas file directly to the Court against four states, and Pennsylvania is included.  The states being sued are Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin over those states violating the Electors Clause of the Constitution and the Fourteenth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause where Executive and/or Judicial branches changed election law and rules when the Constitution gives sole power to the legislatures that resulted in the Democrats having the ability to cheat.

Remember that in Bush v. Gore in 2000 the High Court ruled that by Florida treating ballots in one county differently than they treated ballots in other counties violated the 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection clause and the election went to Bush.

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