“No approach.” Jim Jordan says Trump should not even contemplate admitting
Donald Trump lost the 2020 election. And next week this topicality will be confirmed by the electoral college. The group will confirm the results on December 14th.
Once that happens, a number of GOP lawmakers who are reluctant to call Biden the winner might be ready to change their minds. Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan will not be among them, however. On Monday, the Trump loyalist said there was no way Trump should consider allowing the election.
“No, no way, no way, no way, ”Jordan told CNN’s Manu Raju. “We should still try to find out exactly what happened here. And as I said, I think that includes debates on the floor of the house – possibly on January 6th. “
Ohio lawmakers continued to delve into conspiracy theories. “I know we have members who think this way and are very convinced that we should discuss what happened in Pennsylvania. But you know, you’ve had all kinds of crazy things in Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, all of these in Nevada. … So whatever you look at makes no sense. “
When asked if Trump should give in after the December 14th voter vote, Jim Jordan said, “No, no way, no way, no way.”
“We should still try to find out exactly what happened here.” Conservative Rs are pushing for ground fighting, though there’s little chance of following https://t.co/fAgbMqM1Hr
– Manu Raju (mkraju), December 7th, 2020
Unsurprisingly, another Trump-loving Congressman echoed Jordan’s statement. “There are members who believe that it might make sense to have a substantial debate about what has happened in states with significant irregularities, ”said Matt Gaetz. “I don’t think 10 hours of debate on this issue would affect the union.”
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