Alabama Senator-Elect Considering Objecting To Electoral Vote

Alabama Senator-Elect Tommy Tuberville is considering challenging the electoral college vote in Congress.

This is a huge deal.


Senator-elect Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) may be joining Republican efforts to challenge the electoral college vote count on January 6.

According to reports on Thursday, Tuberville is likely to join Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) in this effort to push against votes for Joe Biden. When both chambers of Congress meet, Brooks indicated he plans to reject the electoral college vote submissions from states with flawed election systems.

Brooks also noted it is within Congress’ lawful authority to “accept or reject electoral college submissions from states” that are “not worthy” of their trust.

The report goes on to explain why this is such a big deal.

Although he already has support from within the House, Brooks would need just one senator to officially force both chambers to take a vote on the election.

Rumors have circulated that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) may join in on these efforts as well, although neither has confirmed these plans.

“We have no choice, but to win this election,” Tuberville stated while in Georgia. “Don’t give up on him [President Trump].”

Trump took to Twitter to let Tubervill know how important this would be.

This is not 100% official yet though.

He said he was going to do his “due diligence” before choosing.

This would be a tide-turning move.


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