1/6/2021 Rep. Paul Gorsa Opposed the Counting of the Electoral Ballots From Arizona

1/6/2021 Rep. Paul Gorsa Opposed the Counting of the Electoral Ballots From Arizona

1/6/2021 Rep. Paul Gorsa opposed the counting of the electoral ballots from Arizona in the joint session of Congress
Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: This election might end up in the hands of the House of Representatives, and even in the Supreme Court

Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: This election might end up in the hands of the House of Representatives, and even in the Supreme Court

Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: This election might end up in the hands of the House of Representatives, and even in the Supreme Court
Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: President of the Senate Mike Pence is the decider on these objections. If his decisions result in no one reaching a majority, it’s immediately sent to the House of Representatives and the Senate.

Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: President of the Senate Mike Pence is the decider on these objections. If his decisions result in no one reaching a majority, it’s immediately sent to the House of Representatives and the Senate.

Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: President of the Senate Mike Pence is the decider on these objections. If his decisions result in no one reaching a majority, it's immediately sent to the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: If neither candidate gets 270 votes, the choice of President is given to the House of Representatives where President Trump actually has an advantage.

Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: If neither candidate gets 270 votes, the choice of President is given to the House of Representatives where President Trump actually has an advantage.

Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: If neither candidate gets 270 votes, the choice of President is given to the House of Representatives where President Trump actually has an advantage.
Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6 if there’s an objection from one congress member and one senator against any state electoral count

Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6 if there’s an objection from one congress member and one senator against any state electoral count

Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6:If there's an objection from one congress member and one senator against any state electoral count, the joint body has to go back to its chamber to debate for 2 hours whether that state vote is legitimate and which set of electors is the proper electors.
Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: So you have two sets of electors, the democrat electors, for Biden, Republicans for Trump, then both would be sent to the President of the Senate who happens to be the vice president.

Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: So you have two sets of electors, the democrat electors, for Biden, Republicans for Trump, then both would be sent to the President of the Senate who happens to be the vice president.

Giuliani explains what will happen on Jan 6: So you have two sets of electors, the democrat electors, for Biden, Republicans for Trump, then both would be sent to the President of the Senate who happens to be the vice president.
LIVE:Electoral College Meets to Vote for President 12/14

LIVE:Electoral College Meets to Vote for President 12/14

State electors meet to cast their electoral college votes for President on Dec 14
LIVE:Georgia Senate Hearings on Election Fraud 12/3

LIVE:Georgia Senate Hearings on Election Fraud 12/3

Georgia Senate Committees hold the hearings on Election Fraud, Elections Processes on Dec 3