Congress Rejects Objections to Pennsylvania Election Votes – CBS Pittsburgh

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

WASHINGTON (KDKA) – By a vote of 282-138, the United States House of Representatives declined to oppose the Pennsylvania vote count.

The vote took place shortly after 3:00 a.m. Thursday morning after the United States Capitol was evacuated when rioters entered the building.

Early in the morning, just before 1:00 a.m., the United States Senate rejected the Pennsylvanian vote by 92-7.

138 Republicans voted against the Pennsylvania results, more than the 121 Republicans who voted against the Arizona results.

During the House Floor Debate, Pennsylvania Congressman Conor Lamb said the objections “don’t deserve an ounce of respect,” which resulted in shouting across the hallways and beating two representatives in almost the middle of the aisle.

Pennsylvania Congressman Scott Perry and Missouri Senator Josh Hawley initially objected to the number of votes in Pennsylvania.

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