Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) slammed fellow GOP Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) on Friday over his plan to challenge Electoral College results when Congress is asked to certify them on January 6.
Romney accused Hawley of furthering the “false rumor” that the election was “stolen.”
“Spreading this kind of rumor about our election system not working is dangerous for democracy here and abroad,” he said.
Hawley said he would object to the certification of electors in certain states like Pennsylvania, which he says did not follow their own election laws. He also objected to Big Tech’s “unprecedented interference” in the election.
“America is proud of Josh and the many others who are joining him. The USA cannot have fraudulent elections!” President Donald Trump tweeted after Hawley announced his decision.
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