Haveli op-ed to defend the decision to object to electoral votes amid pushback

Sen Josh HolleyAfter the siege of the Capitol, Joshua (Josh) David Howlegoop called ‘Accountable?’ At the crossroads. Easier than US Chamber of Commerce to stop supporting some MPs after capital riots (R-Mo.) Released an op-ed on Wednesday, in which he protested his decision to object to the results of the Electoral College of the two states as he faced backlash from critics who said He helped fuel last week’s violent mob in the Capitol.

Writing in Southeast Missouri, keeping in mind current questions among some Missouri voters over the loyalty of the presidential election, the mansion looked to separate its objections from last week’s riots.

“Let me say it again, as I’ve said before: chaotic violence in the Capitol last week was criminal. No one can pinch about that. Those who are engaged in it should be prosecuted and punished, “he wrote.” The violence of anarchy undermines the democratic process by which we settle our disputes and threaten our democratic life. This applies to any and all political principles. Crowd violence is always wrong. “

“But democratic debate is not mob violence,” he continued. This is really how we avoid that violence. “

Considered a potential contender in the 2024 presidential race, Hawley was the first to announce that he would object to the results of the Electoral College, which reflected the presidential election. Joe BidenJoe BidenGrowing GOP MPs Say They Support Impeachment House Trump Measures to Call Pence to Remove Disney, Walmart Says They Will Block Donations to MPs Who Have Electoral College Results Objected The best President TrumpDonald Trumpgrowing number of GOP lawmakers say they support impeachment, bar temporarily uploading new content to Trump’s channel house, measuring calls on Pence to remove Trump, 306–232.

He issued his objections to the results in Arizona prior to the riots in the Capitol last week and the crowd was subsequently lifted after the results in Pennsylvania. He wrote on Wednesday that he objected to the results of Pennsylvania over the state’s decision to allow universal mail-in voting during the coronovirus epidemic, which he said violated Keystone State’s constitution.

“Many, many citizens in Missouri have deep concerns about election integrity,” he wrote. “They want Congress to see that our elections are free, fair and safe at every level. They have the right to be heard in Congress. And as their representative, I have a duty to speak on their behalf.” Just what I did last week. “

“Some people wondered why I kept sticking to my objection after the violence in the Capitol. The reason is simple: I will not bow down to a lawless mob, or allow criminals to take out the legitimate concerns of my constituents, ”he wrote.

Howley faces defense from his controversial antics as he faces attacks from Democrats and some Republicans, who are proposing a censor motion and calling on a Missouri lawmaker to resign. It is still unclear whether the dispute could affect a potential 2024 bid for Hawley.

“There are people who are telling a really big lie, that Donald Trump won in a landslide and it’s all stolen from them,” Sen. Pat tomiPatrick (Pat) Joseph ToomeyGovernment in 2019 used the Patriot Act to collect website visitor logs. The NSA’s bulk phone data collection of the Court of Appeal’s rule invalidated Dunford’s consideration of the Chair Coronovirus Oversight Panel. (R-Pa.) Said a few days after the riots. “It is not true and we know it is not true.

“Then there [is] Compounding the unscrupulous propagates the idea that Wednesday’s proceedings could somehow produce different results and therefore it was appropriate to try to pressure MPs to do so. It was never going to happen, citing last Wednesday’s proceedings to certify the results of the Electoral College interrupted by Dangal.

“Patty Murray (D-Wash), No. 3 Senate Democrat,” a violent mob attacking the Capitol was made up of people who don’t accept democracy, and want to take over this country using force. “A statement said last week.” Any senator who stands and supports the power of force over the power of democracy has broken their oath of office. Senators Hawley and [Ted] Cruz (R-Texas) should resign. “


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