Out of HuffPost, Mary Papenfuss, reports on Congressmen questioning the Election results from November 3rd. Here again, we find evidence of yet another reporter that uses the phrasing of “baseless claims,” and “without merit” on a topic of major concern to Americans. Have these reporters, which seem to have a biased slant with the use of their diction, and the withholding of pertinent facts from the other side, neglect the reader by not monitoring the hours of testimony (witnessed on news outlets, etc.) from American citizens on “irregular” Election processes. There is a standard of righteousness that might does not make right, that the end does not justify the means, and that expediency as a working principle is bound to fail. The only hope of perfecting human relationship’s is in accordance with the law and rights of citizens. We must honor our legislators rights to atleast review the facts. Here’s the report:
Mike Pence’s chief of staff issued a statement Saturday saying that the vice president “welcomes” efforts by Republican House and Senate members to challenge voters’ choice for president.
Pence urged Republicans to “use the authority they have under the law to raise objections and bring forward evidence” supporting baseless claims of “voter fraud and irregularities,” Axios reporter Jonathan Swan shared in a pair of tweets.
No evidence of voter fraud or “irregularities” has been presented. Nearly 60 court cases filed against November’s election results have failed.
- Mary Papenfuss