Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD) said on Monday that he thought Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Josh Hawley (R-MO) and others who objected to the 2020 presidential election results should be held accountable by their constituents because they “violated the Constitution.”
“I think they have violated the Constitution and the oath that they took in becoming a senator,” Cardin told “CNN Newsroom” host Poppy Harlow.
Cardin stopped short of saying the lawmakers should be expelled from the House and Senate.
But lets be real: Cardin and all the other Democrats piling on Cruz and Hawley wouldn’t know the U.S. Constitution if one hit them in the head.
Hawley and Cruz were following the Constitutional process set forth for objecting to an election result, plain and simple. There’s nothing wrong with what they did–Democrats just don’t like it because it made people question the results and might affect their power and mandate going forward.
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