Mitch McConnell expelled if reports true, Zero credibility NewsWeek report Dec 25, 2020, “stand against Senator-elect Tommy Tuberville”, Politics over Constitution
“And if I were a Democrat primary voter, I’d want these questions satisfactorily answered before I cast my final vote.”…Senator Johnson Mar 4, 2020 on Hunter Biden investigation
“We are calling upon the elections officials to engage the GBI to investigate any and all fraudulent activities, including those which were brought to light during Senate committee hearings on December 3, 2020.”…Georgia Senate Republicans December 8, 2020
“Urges the United States Congress to declare the selection of presidential electors in this Commonwealth to be in dispute.” PA House Resolution 1094
From NewsWeek December 25, 2020.
Tuberville, a newly elected senator from Alabama, previously hinted that he would join GOP Representative Mo Brooks to challenge the election by using the Electoral Count Act of 1877 when Congress meets to finalize the vote on January 6.
If Brooks and Tuberville successfully band together to oppose the electoral vote, both chambers would be required to hold a two-hour debate and then vote on whether to approve or deny the objection. For the process to move forward, both chambers would have to agree on the objection in order to throw out contested electoral votes.”
“The Electoral College officially confirmed Joe Biden to be the next President of the United States on December 14.”
There are 2 important major aspects in the above report:
The first is simple.
True to their fake news status, NewsWeek states:
“The Electoral College officially confirmed Joe Biden to be the next President”
That is a massive lie!
The electoral college votes must be certified by Congress first.
We do not have the actual count yet as well.
Since NewsWeek is a fake new site, it is hard to believe anything they state.
However there seems to be a consensus that McConnell is opposed to objecting to the certification of the electoral college votes.
Mitch McConnell, who has been in office too long as a career politician, seems more concerned about politics than upholding the US Constitution and representing the people of KY and the US.
And for that reason alone, he should be expelled from the US Senate.
From the US Senate:
Article I, Section 5, of the United States Constitution provides that “Each House [of Congress] may determine the Rules of its proceedings, punish its members for disorderly behavior, and, with the concurrence of two-thirds, expel a member.” Since 1789, the Senate has expelled only fifteen of its entire membership”
Huey Long and John Overton of Louisiana were investigated by the US Senate in 1934 for electoral fraud but were not expelled.