Congressman-Elect Barry Moore Backs Trump With Pledge To Challenge Electoral Votes

"We're governed by the consent of the people... and their consent is their vote and they consent to give us power. What if that power is not transferred ethically? Then it's an illegitimate election,"

Congressman-Elect Barry Moore Backs Trump With Pledge To Challenge Electoral Votes - SurgeZirc US
Congressman-Elect Barry Moore Backs Trump With Pledge To Challenge Electoral Votes / Photo credit: Fox

Congressman-elect Barry Moore has assured that he will join Rep. Mo Brooks in challenging Electoral College votes to secure justice for President Trump when he enters Congress early next year.

Mr. Moore is a former state legislator who said he’s the first elected official in the U.S. to endorse President Trump in 2015. He has been super active on social media in supporting Trump’s legal moves against the election results and refusal to concede the liberal media called votes.

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Mr. Moore during an interview with Fox News this week reassured his intention to address “election integrity” in Congress “regardless of who wins the election.”

Moore said, “We got to get it right. We got to make sure that either 70 or 80 million people don’t feel disenfranchised and feel like it was stolen, regardless of which direction it goes. You don’t need to have somebody over here voting that’s not necessarily legal or even it’s not, they don’t even exist. They just duplicate ballots and cancel you out or cancel me out.”

“We’re governed by the consent of the people… and their consent is their vote and they consent to give us power. What if that power is not transferred ethically? Then it’s an illegitimate election,” Moore added.

After the interview, Mr. Moore announced on Twitter that he would support the Brooks challenge to the electoral votes, and his office has confirmed his intentions.

“It’s my honor to stand with @RepMoBrooks we met in his office yesterday it’s time to stand it’s time we draw a line I. The sand and advance #ElectionIntegrity …it’s the new #woke,” Moore tweeted Thursday while adding that he would take up the election fight “day one.”

Meanwhile, Brooks said he believed state election laws on mail ballots were unconstitutional and that Congress should not be recognizing those votes.

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“I, as a member of Congress and one of the judges and jurors that have the final and ultimate decision on who won this presidential election, I’m not counting those ballots when I make a judgment as to whether a state submission of Electoral College votes is correct or incorrect.

“I’m not counting any illegal ballots when I make that decision, and as such, in my judgment, if we limited our vote count to lawful votes cast by eligible American citizens, that Donald Trump easily won a majority of the Electoral College and won reelection,” Brooks said.

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