Rep-elect Barry Moore to Challenge Electoral College Votes in January
Barry Moore, the recently elected Representative from Alabama, told Fox News this week he will try to challenge Electoral College votes once he enters Congress next year.
Moore said he wants to look into "election integrity" while in Congress "regardless of who wins the election."
He added, "We got to get it right. We got to make sure that either 70 or 80 million people don't feel disenfranchised and feel like it was stolen, regardless of which direction it goes. You don't need to have somebody over here voting that's not necessarily legal or even it's not, they don't even exist. They just duplicate ballots and cancel you out or cancel me out."
He went on to say, "We're governed by the consent of the people . . . and their consent is their vote and they consent to give us power. What if that power is not transferred ethically? Then it's an illegitimate election."
After his appearance, Moore endorsed his fellow Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., in his attempt to challenge the Electoral College votes.
"It's my honor to stand with @RepMoBrooks we met in his office yesterday it's time to stand it's time we draw a line I. The sand and advance #ElectionIntegrity ...it's the new #woke (sic)."