Rep. Jordan: Democrats Object to More States in 2017 than Republicans Did Last Week, But Somehow We’re Wrong

‘They can object to Alabama in 2017, but tell us we can’t object to Pennsylvania in 2021?’

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JORDAN: "I thank the gentleman for yielding. Mr. Speaker in his opening remarks the Democrat chair of the Rules Committee said that Republicans voted to overturn the results of an election. Guess who the first objector was on January 6, 2017? First objector? The Democrat Chair of the Rules Committee. And guess which state he objected to? Alabama. The very first state called. Alabama. President Trump I think won Alabama by like 80 points. Actually he won it by -- he won it by 30 points. They can object -- they can object to Alabama in 2017, but tell us we can’t object to Pennsylvania in 2021? Pennsylvania where the state Supreme Court just unilaterally extended the election to Friday, Pennsylvania where the secretary of state unilaterally changed the rules, went around the legislature in unconstitutional fashion, Pennsylvania where county clerks in some counties, and you can imagine which counties they were, let people fix their ballots? Against the law. Fix and cure their mail-in ballots, a direct violation of the law. And they tell us we tried to overturn the election. Guess who the second objector was in 2017? The individual managing the impeachment for the Democrats. Americans are tired of the double standard. They are so tired of it. Democrats object to more states in 2017 than Republicans did last week but somehow we’re wrong.” 

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