In a show of force, Pennsylvania’s republican-controlled state legislature is projected to move the power of seating electors to the Electoral College. This bid would move the power from the Governor and Secretary of State’s offices to the state’s House and Senate.
State Senator Doug Mastriano noted, during an interview with War Room, the reason they are making this bid is because of the hearing in Gettysburg held this week, where he heard testimonies about alleged irregularities and fraud during the 2020 General Election.
“So, we’re gonna do a resolution between the House and Senate, hopefully, today,” Mastriano said. “We’re going to take our power back. We’re gonna seat the electors.”
The move within the state legislature is being brought on the heels of a revealing GOP-led hearing that took place on Wednesday in Gettysburg, PA. In that hearing, Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis asked the legislature to utilize their constitutional authority and stand up to the state’s governor and secretary of state.