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Eleven Republican senators are planning to oppose next week’s US presidential election in November’s election results academy, when the United States Congress meets at a joint meeting to approve the victory of President-elect Biden. The country’s media reported on this.
Eleven senators said in a joint statement: “Congress should immediately appoint an election committee with full investigative and fact-finding powers to conduct an urgent 10-day review of the election reports of disputed countries.”
The seven members of the office and the four elected members of the upper house come out of the states in which the evaluation committee’s results are approved, and special legislative meetings are held when necessary to prove the appropriate election results.
“As a result, we intend to vote on January 6 to dismiss controversial state voters because they have not received “normal giving” and “legal certification” (statutory requirements), unless and after the 10-day emergency verification is completed Before, “They add.
Senator Ted Cruz, Ron Johnson, John Kennedy and Marsha Blackburn are all signatories.
The U.S. Congress overcame President Donald Trump’s veto on the defense budget for the first time in the four-year term of the president. The Republican majority Senate met at an unusual meeting in the New Year, and the House of Representatives also approved a $740 billion spending bill a few days ago.
The Senate passed the text with 81 votes in favor and 13 votes against, obtaining the two-thirds of the votes necessary to overcome the president’s veto.
Trump has opposed the policy of restricting the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan and Europe, and removed the names of leaders of the Allies from US military bases.
Shortly before the debate began, Republican Senate Speaker McConnell said he was determined to pass the bill.
Trump also criticized the responsibilities of technology companies. He wrote on Twitter: “Our Republican Senate has missed the opportunity to get rid of Article 230, which gives big technology companies unlimited power. Poor!”
After the Senate rejected a proposal to raise $2,000 last Friday, the houses of the two highest members of the U.S. Congress, Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, were destroyed. CNN made a report.
McConnell’s house in Louisville was covered with graffiti and graffiti. Fandalism and fear politics have no place in our society. My wife and I have never been scared. McConnell said in a statement: “We just hope that our neighbors in Louisville will not be bothered by such radical ideas.”
According to the San Francisco Police Department, a house in Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco was also damaged. The police department said in a statement obtained by CNN: “The unidentified suspect painted graffiti on the garage door and left a pig’s head on the sidewalk.”
After Senate Democrats and independent Senator Bernie Sanders failed to push the Senate to vote to increase U.S. citizen support to $2,000, these two incidents occurred separately.