Kansas Republican Senator Roger Marshall said he was “ready to move on” after the GOP supported an attempt to reject the election results. Donald Trump The second period.
Senator was asked by CNNWhether Pamela Brown believes Saturday’s actions contributed to an ongoing false alarm campaign surrounding election results, including an ongoing audit in Arizona hired by the state Republican Party.
“Republicans continue to believe in the lie that this election, the last election, was stolen,” she said. “You voted to cast millions of votes in Arizona and Pennsylvania, and you participated in a Texas lawsuit to discard the votes cast in four states.”
“We are ready to move on,” Senator said on Saturday. “The time has come for this country to be healed. The time has come for the spirit of forgiveness to occur.”
On January 2, Marshall joined the other 10 Republican Senators. Reject the results of the Electoral College Four days later, on the grounds of “multiple allegations of serious fraudulent voting”.. “
The Trump campaign, his administration, the Justice Department, the FBI, and bipartisan election authorities across the United States have not provided evidence of widespread fraudulent elections. Mr. Trump continues to spread the lie echoed by his allies that the election was “stolen” from him.
The conspiracy theory triggered a Trump-backed rebellion at the US Capitol on January 6, when lawmakers were convened to prove the outcome.
A Recent CNN Poll According to SSRS, 30% of respondents still do not believe Joe Biden is a legitimate winner of the election. Of these respondents, 69% believe that there is “firm evidence” that he did not get enough votes.
Polls found that only 23% of Republicans legally believed that Mr Biden had won enough votes for the president, and 70% believed he did not.
The poll was conducted from April 21st to 26th and was attended by 777 mobile phone respondents and 227 landlines.
Marshall was also asked how Republican values for state rights and federalism could counter the widespread GOP call to throw millions of ballots in some states.In his response he insisted Republican-sponsored efforts To Restrict voter access Almost 47 states aim to make voting “hard to cheat.”
Republicans have defended the bill in an attempt to increase “voter confidence” and protect “election integrity,” but they are also leading evidence-based and detrimental efforts.
“As we confront these elections, concerns about the integrity of the elections, the problematic states return to the table and work with their parliaments to ensure more complete and safer elections. I’m forced to do that, “he told CNN.
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