Greg Steube on 2020 Election: ‘Clear violations of Constitution’

Greg Steube on 2020 Election: ‘Clear violations of Constitution’

Did The States Get Cheated?

Jim McCool
Jim McCool
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January 6, 2021

The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres spoke to Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL), on Capitol Hill in regard to the objections that will take place today.

Steube informed the Floridian that he will object.

Below is the transcript of the conversation that Steube had with Manjarres on January 6th, 2021:

Manjarres: ‘What states will you object to, and why?’

Steube: ‘The bottom line is the Constitution was violated, the fact that the Constitution was clear, the state legislatures in those respective states decide the time manner and place for the elections.  And in those four states, there are clear instances or other elected officials assert the will of the state legislatures.  Clear violations, and for those reasons, it’s in my belief it was run unconstitutionally and we should object those electors.’

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Jim McCool

Jim McCool

Jim McCool, born in Langhorne, PA 18 years ago, and has been a resident of Florida for 15 years. He is a lifetime member of the Benjamin Franklin Society of Scholars, Boys State alumni, president and founder of his high school's moot court and debate teams, and has earned the 'Spirit of the American Legion' Award. He personally enjoys academics, piano, writing, politics, football and is a self-proclaimed patriot. He is currently a student of political science at Florida State University, with the ambition of attending law school, as well as serving the country he loves.