Pence Asks Choose to Toss Louie Gohmert’s Lawsuit In search of to Overturn Fraudulent Election Outcomes

Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday asked a federal judge to dismiss Rep. Louie Gohmert’s lawsuit because of his powers that would enable him to overturn Biden’s fraudulent election victory.

Gohmert’s lawsuit would result in the 12th amendment giving Pence the power to reject slate from Biden voters.

Fox confirms that Pence is asking the federal judge to dismiss the lawsuit filed by GOP TX Rep Gohmert so that the Vice President has more power and potentially can cast votes when he leads the January 6 session of Congress to confirm the results of the electoral college

– Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) January 1, 2021

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Before Vice President Mike Pence was sued by Rep. Gohmert, their lawyers met and the two sides disagreed on how the electoral college would be officially accepted.

After the meeting, Rep. Gohmert sued VP Pence, arguing that Mike Pence should pick competing slates from swing states of Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin because of the large amount of fraud in the stolen 2020 elections.

Pence asked a judge to reject Gohmert’s complaint.

“A lawsuit found that the Vice President has discretion over the census filed against the Vice President is a standing legal contradiction,” a DOJ attorney representing Pence wrote on the file.

“[T]The lawsuit brought by these plaintiffs is not an appropriate means of addressing these issues. The vice president – the only defendant in this case – is ironically the very person whose power they want to promote. “

Pence also agreed to the Democrat-run house that backed the dismissal of Gohmert’s case to establish Pence’s authority to turn down Biden’s fraudulent voters.

The US House is seeking permission to file the attached Amicus Curiae Letter in Support of Dismissal … Defendant [Pence] CONSENT “- Douglas Letter, the Democratic House attorney wrote on file.

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