The Washington Post reports:
In a joint statement Wednesday morning, 37 House Republicans said they would vote to sustain objections to the electoral college tallies of multiple states, asserting that Congress is “the last bulwark in a presidential election to ensure the Constitution has been followed.”
In their statement Wednesday, the GOP lawmakers argued again that those states improperly changed election procedures and therefore that “the slates of electors produced under those modified laws are thus unconstitutional” and should not be recognized.
Among the notable lawmakers who signed on to the statement is Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.), who serves as vice chairman of the House GOP conference. Another notable signer is Rep. Ronny L. Jackson (R-Tex.), a former White House physician.
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