Mr. Wittman says one thing and then does another.
In his press release of Jan. 7, he states, “Congress has a Constitutional duty to uphold and maintain the integrity of our system of government …” Then he says of his vote to reject Pennsylvania’s electoral college, “I believe the facts support my vote to object to the Pennsylvania electors and I encourage the Supreme Court to act quickly to address Pennsylvania’s unconstitutional, procedures.”
The problems are: the Pennsylvania Law passed in 2019 by State Republicans and Democrats alike was unchallenged until Republican Rep. Mike Kelly filed suit after the 2020 election. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court unanimously dismissed the Kelly lawsuit on Nov. 28, saying the GOP had waited too long to challenge the law. Thousands of votes had been cast in keeping with the law. Subsequently, on December the 8th, the lawsuit was rejected by United States Supreme Court Justice Alito.
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