The United States Republican Rep member representing Alabama’s 5th congressional district, Mo Brooks, has said during an interview with Mobile, AL radio FM Talk 106.5, (h/t: Breitbart), that there is a possibility the decision on the next president could go to Congress because he is firmly convinced that projected winner of the November 3rd US presidential election, Joe Biden, did not win the Electoral College.
He said neither Donald Trump nor Joe Biden will have reached the required majority in Electoral College, which he said could be the case if there were a way to determine votes were not legally cast in the election.
“In the House of Representatives, it is not a majority of the congressmen that elect the president of the United States if no candidate got a majority of the Electoral College votes,” he explained.
“It is a majority of the state delegations. And in the House of Representatives, there are 26, maybe 27 delegations that have a majority Republican congress[members], and there are about 20 delegations that have majority Democrat members of Congress.
“So, that’s the breakdown, with three or four being a tie. We’ve got one undecided race in Iowa that could flip that from the undecided column to the GOP. I can’t speak for any other senators or any other congressmen. But in my judgment, having been involved in politics now for a number of decades, and having seen the things that I have seen — in my judgment, Joe Biden did not win the Electoral College, if there was some way we could limit the determination of the winners of the Electoral College to lawful votes cast by eligible American citizens.”
“I am persuaded that given the systemic problems with our election system and given the anecdotal ‘steal a few votes here, steal a few votes there’ problem that we’re witnessing in the media — Donald Trump won the Electoral College, again if we had some way of divining these are the legal votes cast by eligible American citizens, and they are the only votes that are going to count.
“But how you correct for these three major systemic problems that I believe have shifted hundreds of thousands, if not millions of votes illegally to Joe Biden’s camp — you can’t get that done in a court of law,” he added.
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump who is in a legal battle to overturn election results in key swing States, over claims of fraud and irregularities, has said on Thursday, he is ready to leave office if the Electoral College votes for Joe Biden on December 14th. He, however, made it clear that he’s not going to concede the election because “there was massive fraud.”
When asked by a reporter if he would leave the White House should Biden be declared the winner on December 14, Trump said, “Certainly I will, and you know that I will and, you know that.”
“It’s going to be a very hard thing to concede because we know there was massive fraud,”
“As to whether or not we can get this apparatus moving quickly — because time isn’t on our side, everything else is on our side, facts are on our side, this was a massive fraud.”
He noted, however, that the Electoral College would make a big mistake to vote Biden “cause the election was a fraud.”