186 Legislators Call For 50 State Election Audit–Decertification

Election integrity update. 186 legislators in 39 states signed a letter calling for a 50-state audit.

They also said that they want decertification where it is appropriate.

An open letter signed by 186 conservative legislators from 39 states has called for a 50-state audit of the 2020 presidential election. If fraud is uncovered, the U.S. House of Representatives should decertify the victory of President Joe Biden, the letter states.

The letter, shared via Twitter on Tuesday by Republican Arizona state legislator Wendy Rogers, claims that “our representative republic suffered a corrupted 2020 election.”

“Sworn affidavits have accumulated from many states detailing rampant corruption and mismanagement in the election process,” the letter states. “Fraud and inaccuracies have already been shown through multiple audits and canvasses in multiple states, as well as through lawsuits challenging the validity of election results in several counties in multiple states.”

NRCC Expands List Of Dem Targets

The red wave continues to look bigger and bigger.

The National Republican Campaign Committee (NRCC) just expanded its list of Dem targets for 2022.

This is the 3rd time they expanded the list.

The National Republican Campaign Committee (NRCC), the campaign arm for House Republicans, expanded its list of targeted Democrats the committee hopes to flip in the upcoming midterm elections and released new campaign ads to emphasize the rising prices Americans face during Thanksgiving due to the Democrats’ reckless spending.

The NRCC’s expansion comes the day after the 17th Democrat — a close confidant to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), longtime Rep. Peter Welch (D-VT) — announced he would be abandoning the House of Representatives to bid for the U.S. Senate in order to replace retiring Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT).

The list of 13 newly announced vulnerable Democrat representatives includes Reps. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY), Ed Perlmutter (CO), Sanford Bishop (GA), Richard Neal (MA), Dan Kildee (MI), Dina Titus (NV), Annie Kuster (NH), Tom Suozzi (NY), Jerry Nadler (NY), Marcy Kaptur (OH), Jim Clyburn (SC), Jim Cooper (TN), and Steven Cohen (TN).

This is the third time the NRCC has expanded its original list, which it announced on March 25. The campaign arm has kept growing its list as many Democrats have already announced — and more are rumored to announce — their retirement or candidacy for another position, whether it be the Senate or even a local or state position.

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