Sen. Lindsey Graham Says Pennsylvania’s GOP Legislature Could ‘Invalidate’ Popular Vote For Biden
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina), a chairman of the Senate Committee of Judiciary, has brought up the possibility that Pennsylvania’s GOP-majority legislature could disregard the voters’ will in the election and select their own slate of presidential electors for Trump.
Graham suggested that the popular vote could be disregarded and Republican electors should be appointed since the election if it’s shown that rules are “being violated.”
Fox News’ Sean Hannity asked the senator, “Should these Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania and elsewhere, if there’s corruption in the law — they don’t abide by the law and they don’t allow observers in as the law calls for, should they then invalidate this?”
“I think everything should be on the table. So, there’s the process of observing an election that’s being violated. Philadelphia elections are crooked as a snake,” Graham responded.
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