“Washington D.C. is waking up.

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Well over 100 members of the House of Representatives plan to object to the electoral votes during the Jan. 6 joint session of Congress, according to White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.

“We’re now at well over 100 House members and a dozen Senators ready to stand up for election integrity and object to certification,” Meadows tweeted Saturday night, adding:

“It’s time to fight back.”

Well over 100 members of the House of Representatives plan to object to the electoral votes during the Jan. 6 joint session of Congress, according to White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.

“We’re now at well over 100 House members and a dozen Senators ready to stand up for election integrity and object to certification,” Meadows tweeted Saturday night, adding:

“It’s time to fight back.”

“The forgotten men and women are speaking out and Washington D.C. is waking up,” Meadows wrote in another tweet.

As we highlighted last night, momentum appears to be building in the Electoral College battle, as a new wave of U.S. Senators, apparently led by Sen. Ted Cruz, will join Sen. Josh Hawley and over 140 Republican members of the House in their Electoral College objection.

Unlike Hawley, Cruz and this new coalition of Senators are demanding a 10-day audit in battleground states to examine the numerous credible accusations of widespread voter fraud that plague at least six states.

The development was first reported by Politico’s Burgess Everett, who notes that Cruz led the Senators in a joint statement: “We intend to vote on January 6 to reject the electors from disputed states as not ‘regularly given’ and ‘lawfully certified’, unless and until that emergency 10-day audit is complete.”

Joining Cruz in signing the statement is Ron Johnson, James Lankford, Steve Daines, John Kennedy, Marsha Blackburn, Mike Braun, Cynthia Lummis, Bill Haggerty, and Senator-elect Tommy Tuberville.

Well over 100 members of the House of Representatives plan to object to the electoral votes during the Jan. 6 joint session of Congress, according to White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.

“We’re now at well over 100 House members and a dozen Senators ready to stand up for election integrity and object to certification,” Meadows tweeted Saturday night, adding:

“It’s time to fight back.”

“The forgotten men and women are speaking out and Washington D.C. is waking up,” Meadows wrote in another tweet.

As we highlighted last night, momentum appears to be building in the Electoral College battle, as a new wave of U.S. Senators, apparently led by Sen. Ted Cruz, will join Sen. Josh Hawley and over 140 Republican members of the House in their Electoral College objection.

Unlike Hawley, Cruz and this new coalition of Senators are demanding a 10-day audit in battleground states to examine the numerous credible accusations of widespread voter fraud that plague at least six states.

The development was first reported by Politico’s Burgess Everett, who notes that Cruz led the Senators in a joint statement: “We intend to vote on January 6 to reject the electors from disputed states as not ‘regularly given’ and ‘lawfully certified’, unless and until that emergency 10-day audit is complete.”

Joining Cruz in signing the statement is Ron Johnson, James Lankford, Steve Daines, John Kennedy, Marsha Blackburn, Mike Braun, Cynthia Lummis, Bill Haggerty, and Senator-elect Tommy Tuberville. https://platform.twitter.com/embed/index.html?creatorScreenName=PlanetFreeWill&dnt=true&embedId=twitter-widget-2&frame=false&hideCard=false&hideThread=false&id=1345420636714397698&lang=en&origin=https%3A%2F%2Fplanetfreewill.news%2Fits-time-to-fight-back-meadows-says-over-100-house-members-to-object-to-electoral-college-vote%2F&siteScreenName=PlanetFreeWill&theme=light&widgetsVersion=ed20a2b%3A1601588405575&width=550px

In a statement, the senators said “Voter fraud has posed a persistent challenge in our elections, although it’s breadth and scope are disputed.” They added, “By any measure, the allegations of fraud and irregularities in the 2020 election exceed any in our lifetimes.”

The bandwagon of objectors from the senate side has come suddenly, and seemingly all at once as it was only on December 30 that Senator Josh Hawley became the first to commit to challenging the Electoral College results.

Dozens of state legislators in TennesseeAlabama, South Carolina, and Mississippi had previously sent letters to their senators, urging them to join the objection effort on January 6. North Carolina legislators also sent a letter, as did Florida Rep. Anthony Sabitini, and Virignia’s Jarome Bell and Amanda Chase.

Adding to the momentum evidence is Rep. Brian Babin (R-Texas) who said he had spoke on Saturday with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), Trump, and “TONS of Jan. 6 election objectors.”

“This is a pivotal moment. Those who aren’t with us are against us – history will be unforgiving,” he added, using the “Stop the Steal” hashtag.