Rep. Matt Rosendale says he “will not be intimidated by mob violence from the left or the right. I will oppose the certification of electors from certain disputed states.”
“It is clear that there are widespread, credible allegations of fraud and irregularities in many states, and that these allegations have endangered the American people’s faith in our electoral process,” U.S. Rep. Matt Rosendale said in a statement previously this week.
He continued, “I support the effort to create an Electoral Commission to conduct a 10-day audit of election returns. This is a logical step to help restore faith in the results of this election and one that has historical precedent dating back to 1877.”
On the contrary, extreme courses of action were implemented by Senator Daines of Montana on Wednesday afternoon, and has completely vacillated in his stance for freedom performing a 180-turn on the issue.
As reported elsewhere, “Several Republican senators will no longer raise objections to Electoral College votes on Wednesday, after pro-Trump rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol building earlier in the day and disrupted a joint session of Congress that was moving to formally declare President-elect Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 election. Sens. Steve Daines, R-Mont., James Lankford, R-Okla., and Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., all indicated that Congress would move forward with the certification of Biden’s victory. “
Daines told his supporters, “We will not let today’s violence deter Congress from certifying the election. We must restore confidence in our electoral process. We must, and we will have a peaceful and orderly transition of power.”
In stark contrast, just a few days prior Daines stated the following:
“An unprecedented number of Americans have significant doubts about the integrity of 2020 presidential election results. I believe it is important that we agree to hear the concerns of Americans, and that’s why I believe it’s important that we form the electoral commission. To answer the questions outstanding, find resolution and protect the democratic process. Once completed, individual contested states would evaluate the commission’s findings, and if necessary could convene [a] special legislative session to certify a change in their vote, if needed.”
On the evening of January 6th, 2020, the Senate wrapped up debate and voted 93-6 to reject the challenge to Arizona’s electors.
It’s highly debatable whether or not Trump supporters caused any violent acts. Sources are revealing Trump aggravators, (trolls or shills, meaning Antifa/BLM, etc.) entered the Capitol building causing confusion and destruction while posing as Trump supporters.
Montana’s two Republican delegates to Washington, Matt Rosendale (U.S. House) and Steve Daines (U.S. Senate) appear to be very dissimilar. On one hand is a man Montana once trusted, who went to Washington and came back the very thing we dislike the most – a politician without a spinal column. The other man is Matt Rosendale, who will have to prove over time that Washington will not change him the way it has changed Daines and so many others.