Eye on Jacksonville sends a WINK to Rep. John Rutherford for standing against election fraud. It has become more and more apparent that election fraud was huge in many states and highly tainted the true results of the Presidential election. For instance here’s news from three states with major fraud:
Although the mainstream media continues to say there is no fraud, we the people have seen the results for ourselves and now more and more of our elected officials are coming forth about this travesty. Today Rep. John Rutherford issued this statement:
On January 6th, I will join my colleagues in objecting to any electors from states where serious allegations of election fraud exist and in some cases civil litigation remains pending. However, state legislators hold absolute authority over their electoral process and it is their responsibility to acknowledge that election anomalies in their states were too great to certify their electors.In fact, many of these states where litigation is still pending hold the Republican majority needed to carry a decertification vote in their various legislatures. By following this Constitutional path, both presidential candidates would fail to reach 270 electoral votes, granting the U.S. House the responsibility to select the next president.Unfortunately, the result on January 6th is almost certain, because Democrats have the votes to prevail over the objections we raise. It is really up to the state legislatures in the six contested states to move quickly and do what they know is right.
Local resident, Kim Kendall, has provided a list of everyone in Congress to contact about standing against voter fraud. Her list made it into the news source Gateway Pundit. We give her a WINK too for her dedication to saving the Republic. You can find her list here:
If you feel as if it is hopeless — never give up. We must do our part to ensure free and fair elections. That is the first battle field for all Americans and in the words of President Abraham Lincoln, “The ballot is stronger than the bullet.”
Use your voice – make your calls, send your emails, demand justice in the election process — do not settle for anything less.