Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) said that Congress has the power to decide on election fraud on Jan. 6 and encourages U.S. senators to do so in accordance with the Constitution.

Brooks’s plan for Congress to challenge the Electoral College results has the support of “dozens” of House members, acknowledging that some states violated Article I, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution, he told AL in Mobile, Alabama, on Dec. 22. 

“It’s looking very promising on the House side. We do need senators who will stand up for America, for our republic, for our election system. We’ll see how that plays out,” Brooks said.

Brooks, who is an attorney, explained that the lawsuits before the courts have not been successful because they are not prepared for these momentous cases. 

They’re “not set up to handle cases of this magnitude, with voter fraud and the election theft in so many different ways occurring,” and he highlighted the role of lawmakers in these conflicts.

“And unfortunately, the Congress has been shirking its responsibility by not engaging in the kinds of investigations that need to take place that congressmen and senators will have the information they need in order to make informed judgments and decisions when we vote on whether to accept or reject the submittals of various states’ Electoral College votes,” Brooks reiterated. 

Brooks then extended his call to Americans to ask their representatives to challenge the Electoral College results, in defense of electoral transparency and their rights to a fair election. 

At least four representatives will file objections during the Jan. 6 session to not count the electoral votes of states where fraud cases have occurred: Brooks, Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), Barry Moore (R-Ala.) and Bob Good (R-Va.).

Also, Sens. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) and Rand Paul (R-Ky.). So the objection of Republicans loyal to President Trump will become a reality, since all it takes is one senator and one representative to oppose the rigged results that point to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden as the winner.  

The role of Vice President Mike Pence is definitive in determining the Jan. 6 session of Congress, as Twitter user Ron points out, “On Jan 6, VP Pence is central and the only avenue for a @realDonaldTrump win.” He added, “VP has ultimate authority and can do what he wants and can therefore disregard the opinions of congress.”

And he concluded, “3 USC 15 is just intrusive and non binding so the VP can make decisions on the procedures.”