The Democratic Senators divided themselves from their constituents and their Representative colleagues yesterday. They did this because they wanted to be above the fray. At the end of the day, this same elitism is what got Donald Trump elected.
After a day of calls pouring into congressional offices, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) told POLITICO late last night that she and 9 other Representatives will file an objection against electoral votes today—but they need one Senator to join them.
Late last night a bombshell report was released by a team of legal experts uncovering over 50 Republican electoral votes for Trump that cannot be certified because they were cast in direct violation of state and federal law.
In a surprise vote last night, Republicans moved to gut the independent Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE). Instead of "draining the swamp," the new Congress is working very hard to make sure corruption, bribery, and constitutional violations go unnoticed.
The historic number of disaffected Republican and Democratic Electors sent a powerful message: Donald Trump may have won the Electoral College, but he has not won our country.
Wear purple. Action groups, unions, and community leaders across the country are organizing outside state capitol buildings to tell electors to abate the 2016 U.S. Presidential Crisis.