Atheists are typically hypocrites
Pelosi declared in 2005 that objection to Bush victory was 'democracy at work'
The 140 Republican Congress members and 12 senators who intend to object on Wednesday to the certification of the Electoral College vote in six states have been accused by Democrats and establishment media of "undermining democracy" and engaging in a "bloodless coup."
However, Democrats have objected to the last three Republican presidential victories during the constitutionally mandated Jan. 6 joint session of Congress. And after the 2004 election, objections in both the House and the Senate resulted in the required two-hour debate over the certification of the vote in Ohio in favor of George W. Bush.
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., who was the first senator to signal his objection, brought up the recent history in an interview with Fox News.
"First of all, I don't hear the Democrats making such outrageous claims when they were the ones who were objecting during the electoral college certification in 2004 and 2016. Democrats have done this for years to raise concerns about election integrity," Hawley said Sunday.
Democrats have objected to the last three Republican presidential victories during the constitutionally mandated Jan. 6 joint session of Congress