President Donald Trump released another statement on Mike Pence and the Electoral Vote Count on Jan 6th.
He said that all the issues in the country would not be happening if the 2020 election steal was exposed.
This comes after a bipartisan group of senators has announced two new proposals to change federal election law regarding the Electoral College count.
The two bills are called the Electoral Count Reform and Presidential Transition Improvement Act and the Enhanced Election Security and Protection Act.
These bills are meant to end the ability for future Presidents to use the avenues Trump and his team attempted to use.
After months of negotiating, a group of senators announced two proposals Wednesday designed to close gaps in federal law and prevent future candidates from stealing elections.
The measures — called the Electoral Count Reform and Presidential Transition Improvement Act and the Enhanced Election Security and Protection Act — are led by Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va.
The bills seek to close loopholes in election law that then-President Donald Trump and his allies tried to exploit to keep him in power despite his defeat in the 2020 election. The first bill would clarify the vice president’s role in counting Electoral College votes, raise the bar for members of Congress to object, and try to prevent fake slates of electors from interfering in the process. The second is aimed at protecting election workers.
The media still won’t report on it.
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