The Atlantic
"Throwing out an election isn’t like disagreeing on tax policy or stimulus checks. It’s not something to move on from or forget. If no line is drawn, the attempt will surely be repeated, quite likely without the mob, by the polite legislators in suits and ties insisting that they want fair elections as they vote to gut what remains of our democracy."
The election was fair as every legal challenge showed. Yet 66% of Republicans in Congress voted to overturn the results and continue to lie about it. We need consequences for officials who continue to spread this lie. (A few corporations are starting to suspend donations to these Republicans.)
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