66 Missouri State Reps sign resolution stating that Missouri has “no confidence” in election results – calls upon congress to deny fraudulent electors…
For context, the 66 are just the cosponsors. The resolution will be introduced to the full house tomorrow. 82 votes are a majority. Republicans hold 115 seats.
Tomorrow, I will file a Resolution in the Missouri House of Representatives, co-signed by 66 other members, calling on GA, PA, MI, WI, AZ, and NV to conduct investigations into voter fraud and if they do not, we demand that Congress refuse to certify their electors. #moleg pic.twitter.com/xLFAhzx2m4
— Justin Hill (@HillForMissouri) December 9, 2020
Here’s what the text reads:
Dear Speaker Haahr,
Despite the fact that Election Day was more than one month ago, Missourians — and others across the nation — are still watching the election unfold, with close vote tallies in other states and serious allegations of potential fraud.
Our constituents have voiced concerns about the integrity of our national elections, and they are demanding elections be secured by voter ID and paper ballots. In addition to adopting more election security for our state, the people of Missouri are also asking us to hold other states accountable and expose the truth about this election.
A House Resolution will be filed first thing tomorrow declaring the Missouri House of Representatives has no confidence in the reported Presidential election results by the States of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. We must demand that they call themselves into special session to investigate the election results and, if needed, exercise their authority under Article 2 of the US Constitution to elect new electors.
If we fail to act and fraudulent votes change the outcome of the Presidential election, Missourians are harmed. We are the Show-Me State. Let us demand other states show Missouri that fraud did NOT change the outcome. If they cannot, we must urge Congress to not certify those electors.
We, the undersigned members of the Missouri House of Representatives, 100th General Assembly, implore you to extend the session calendar to next week so we can take up the resolution for debate and passage as soon as the rules will allow.
Representative Justin Hill, District 108
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