‘They obviously don’t want to hear perspectives of 73 million Americans who voted for President Trump,’ Stefanik expressed. ‘And the tens of millions of Americans who have concerns about election integrity.’
The aftermath of the 2020 election finds the nation unsettled, with legitimate concerns about election fraud overshadowed by the capitol riot and kooky conspiracy theories.
The representatives said it is not within congressional authority to ‘make value judgments’ of election laws in some states nor to disqualify electors.
While objections to electoral votes are infrequent, they are not unprecedented — and in the past, it was Democrats who lodged them.
President Donald Trump delivered a 46-minute speech Wednesday railing against what he claimed was a stolen election.
As the country remains closely divided, the winner of the next election will likely come from the party that best heeds the lessons of Election 2020.
“We had massive mail-in balloting on a scale that some of these states have never seen before, opening up for levels of fraud that they’ve never seen before.”
The chaos we’re witnessing was the plan all along, carefully orchestrated by Pennsylvania Democrats, including the governor, party activists, and the state Supreme Court.
After four years of being all anti-Trump all the time, what will the once-proud ‘news’ network do if Biden actually ascends to the presidency?
From the missing “Blue Wave” to unsubstantiated reports on Latino voters, here are some of the worst predictions journalists got wrong about 2020.
Despite the coming post-election challenges, one thing is certain: America will have a president on Jan. 20, 2021, and our republic will endure.
From misdiagnosing key swing states to whiffing on multiple Senate races, Quinnipiac said it would take months to determine where their polls went wrong.
The most underreported story of Tuesday’s election will be the crushing sucess of conservative women in both the House and the Senate.
Saagar Enjeti discusses how corrupt elites behind America’s most powerful institutions are furiously pulling strings to sway the 2020 election.
Risks this year include no certain presidential results on election night, and high-stakes struggles up to 79 days afterward, including foreign disinformation, fake news, and big-tech censorship.
With critical race theory seeping its way into government agencies and all levels of society, the state of the nation could turn dire if it isn’t stopped.
Nothing will more effectively halt Democrats’ efforts at pushing our country into full-scale civil conflict than shining a bright light on their objectives for all to see.
Facebook took down ads from the Trump campaign Thursday it says violated company guidelines against “organized hate” for using a triangle.
Republican Congressman from Wisconsin, Mike Gallagher, joins Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.