GOP Rhino Paul Ryan ATTACKS Trump Electoral Vote Challenge

( Former Republican House Speaker and failed vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan chose the same line of attack as Senator Mitt Romney on January 3, condemning his Congressional colleagues who plan to object to the Electoral College results on January 6.

Ryan bemoaned Republicans standing up to election integrity, seemingly missing all the evidence of misconduct that handed Joe Biden a supposed victory.

“Under our system, voters determine the president, and this self-governance cannot sustain itself if the whims of Congress replace the will of the people,” he said.

The problem—well, one of many problems—is that the entire point of objecting to the Electoral College vote is because the election was compromised and a candidate could be inaugurated despite not being the choice of the people.

“It is difficult to conceive of a more anti-democratic and anti-conservative act than a federal intervention to overturn the results of state-certified elections and disenfranchise millions of Americans,” he continued.

Once again, Ryan appeared oblivious to the fact that election fraud in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Arizona, which decided the results of the election, has disenfranchised tens of millions of voters who voted for President Donald Trump.

Ryan, who is just one of several failed Republican candidates eager to see President Trump lumped into the same category as them, claimed that “efforts to reject the votes of the Electoral College and sow doubt about Joe Biden’s victory strike at the foundation of our republic.”

He also inaccurately claimed that the Trump campaign “had ample opportunity to challenge election results, and those efforts failed from lack of evidence.”

In reality, none of the president’s lawsuits alleging election fraud were judged on merit in any American court, with each case having been thrown out on procedural grounds.

Voting to object to the Electoral College vote, however, would give Republican members of Congress an opportunity to finally examine that evidence on merit and present it to Democrats who still parrot the lie that there was no widespread election fraud.

It appears as though there was, and thousands of examples of illegal votes have been documented by data analyst Matt Braynard.

Ryan was also joined by Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, who was once an ally of the president but has since turned his back on him.

On January 6, Republican Senators led by Ted Cruz will object to the certification of the Electoral College vote and the evidence will be presented.