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“They were lied to. They were misled,” he told protesters. “Some of my colleagues in Congress share the responsibility for this. Many of them raised money from this Stop the Steal grift.”
But other Republicans, he said in an interview with libertarian magazine Reason, “had legitimate concerns about the safety of their families. They thought the vote would put their families in danger.”
These lawmakers, he said, knew in their hearts that they had to vote for certification, but voted in favor of objections to the results of the Pennsylvania and Arizona election results for fears that their family members might retaliate.
Meijer, who occupies the seat of the former representative Justin AmashJustin Amash Arriving GOP MP shares a video of a workout in a hotel room, referring to “Democratic tyrannical control” Review of seats, Democrats, GOP, turned on election day, Romney congratulates Biden after the victory MORE (I-Mich.), Who left the Republican Party after voting for the president’s impeachment, continued that “the president’s reluctance to fight reality” continues to sustain the problem and makes it “extremely unfit” for office.
Lawmakers cheated on the president for his remarks praising rebels who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday as they sought answers as to why a violent mob managed to seize Capitol police and vandalize the building.
Many Democrats, including the party’s congressional leadership, called for the president to resign or be removed from office, while some Republicans in both houses also joined the calls.