Democrat Demands Pelosi Block 126 Republicans In Congress

( A Democrat Congressman from New Jersey said this week that Republicans who don’t support the Democrats’ interpretation of the 2020 election results should be banned from assuming the seats they won in this year’s election.

Rep. Bill Pascrell lashed out at Republicans this week who demand investigations into the integrity of the election, and called on House leaders to “refuse to seat any Members trying to overturn the election and make Donald Trump an unelected dictator.”

Pascrell went on to say that Section 3 of the 14th Amendment was written to “bar from government any traitors who would seek to destroy the union,” falsely claiming that efforts by the Republicans to ensure the integrity of the election are an attempt to destroy the union.

In reality, President Donald Trump, his legal team, and Republicans all over the country are acting on monumentally large amounts of evidence suggesting election fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

Most recently, forensic auditors found an incredible 68% error rate in the counting of votes from a single Michigan county. And yet, the Democrats still claim no evidence suggests the election was compromised.

Data analysts also demonstrated as many as 40,000 double votes cast in the state of Nevada, and video footage shows election officials counting votes taken from underneath a hidden table after telling ballot watchers and members of the press to go home.

And yet, despite all this evidence, Democrats are working overtime to stop the Republicans taking this evidence to court and examining the integrity of this election in full. Rep. Pascrell even wants Republican officials to be banned from Congress, ensuring millions of Americans are not represented, because Republicans don’t want to see a candidate inaugurated off the back of a fraudulent election.

The audacity!

We’re yet to see how House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responds to this one, but given how much she hates President Trump, all options are on the cards at this point.