How To Watch The Republicans Fall On Their Face In A Failed Coup Attempt, Live Online
Republicans are challenging the results of the election in a joint session of Congress right now, and they will fail spectacularly. You can watch them fail spectacularly in the livestream of the Electoral College vote count below.
The C-Span Youtube channel will be broadcasting Congress’ certification of Joe Biden’s victory, it’s free and does not require a cable subscription. UPDATE: Rioting MAGA chuds have breached the Capitol buillding, the proceedings have been suspended, and this shit is totally off the rails.
Thought these people supported “LAW AND ORDER!” pic.twitter.com/214MpfRexP
— Andrew Mason (@MaseDenver) January 6, 2021
Enormous asshole Ted Cruz (R-TX) is among roughly a dozen Republican senators calling for a 10-day audit of various states’ Presidential election results based on complete bullshit allegations of voter irregularities. They will fail and it will be glorious.
In advance of tomorrow's marathon joint session of Congress, I thought it might be interesting to look back at how long it took for Congress to certify the Electoral College results in previous years, gavel in to gavel out.
2017: 35 minutes
2013: 22 minutes
2009: 29 minutes
— Nancy Cordes (@nancycordes) January 5, 2021
This is some pro forma shit that usually takes less than a half an hour, but it’s going to drag on for hours and hours and hours this time. That’s not going to change anything, and these seditious Republicans will not get their way.
Whoa: Trump supporters going at it with the police on the steps of the Capitol as Congress counts the Electoral College ballots inside pic.twitter.com/LiQhaa5KkQ
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) January 6, 2021
Meanwhile outside the Capitol building, jilted Trumpers are rioting and throwing tantrums, providing the superb and delightful sight of a battle between cops and MAGA chuds where you’re rooting for both sides to lose.