Jason Miller discusses ‘methodical process’ that will play out as Congressmembers challenge Electoral vote

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President Donald Trump’s senior campaign advisor laid out the details of how the “methodical” process will play out as members of Congress object to the Electoral College vote.

Trump’s top campaign strategist spoke with Fox Business Network about Wednesday’s scheduled certification of the 2020 presidential election, and how Republican lawmakers intend to object to the electoral votes from several swing states which helped deliver an apparent victory for Democrat Joe Biden.

“Let’s put aside some of the hyperbole that we’ve seen from folks all the way across the political spectrum,” Jason Miller told host Dagen McDowell.

“There is going to be a very detailed, very methodical laying out of the facts of what we saw in this election,” he said.

“As they start doing the electoral roll call, and Vice President Pence is opening up the envelopes, when you get to Arizona – which will be the third state – we’ll see…Congressman [Paul] Gosar from Arizona, Congressman [Andy] Biggs stand up and deliver the specific concerns they have with Arizona’s electoral results,” Miller explained.

The lawmakers will be “going through the unconstitutional nature of keeping open the voter registration deadline, and laying out very specific, verifiable examples of fraud, abuse and irregularities,” the Trump team advisor continued.

Trump campaign attorney Jenna Ellis suggested on Monday that Pence can defer certifying the election results, as he acts in his capacity as president of the Senate, and under the authority of the 12th Amendment.

“I don’t see, after all these states go through and lay out the concerns about the returns in each of their respective states, how the American people don’t realize that this election was stolen away,” he told McDowell.

“We have to go prove our case tomorrow. It’s going to be very detailed, it has to be by the numbers,” Miller reiterated.

Meanwhile, the pivotal Senate runoff elections in Georgia have reached the final few hours as incumbent GOP Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue defend their seats. Miller called the importance of the race to Republicans and the fight to keep the majority in the Senate as “everything.”

He told Fox Business that, though he does not know Loeffler as well as Perdue, he has been very “impressed” with her “ability to stand in the breach and fight back against the radical left in Washington.”

“She was a strong defender of the president during the impeachment witch hunt,” he said, adding that Perdue is someone who “brings that common-sense business perspective” and has a “good vision for America.”

“We’ve got to elect Senator Perdue and Senator Loeffler today. This is everything,” Miller asserted.

At a rally with Trump on Monday, Loeffler pledged to join her GOP colleagues in objecting to the electoral votes from the battleground states under contention.

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas announced that he would be joining GOP colleagues in the Senate and the House who have vowed to object to the vote certification. Last week, Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri became the first GOP senator to openly join Republican House members who pledged to object to certifying the presidential-election results when Congress meets on Wednesday, thus forcing a debate and vote in both the chambers of Congress.

The liberal media continues to spin its narrative against those alleging vote fraud, and airing Democrat talking points even though members of that party have objected to the electoral results of the last three elections in which the Republican candidate won the presidency.

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