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Congressman-elect Randy Feenstra (IA-04) was one of 25 incoming members of Congress to sign a letter encouraging Nancy Pelosi to support investigations into the irregularities of the Presidential Election results.

“The American people deserve confidence in our elections,” Feenstra said. “They are a bedrock of our republic. This is an important first step.”

The letter states that multiple states are engaged in litigation and thousands of witnesses have submitted sworn affidavits of reported fraud related to the 2020 Presidential Election.

“One thing is clear — our elections process has devolved into chaos,” it says. “As elected representatives of the People’s House, we are tasked with voicing the concerns of our constituents, and they are deeply concerned about the integrity of our elections.”

The American people “expect and deserve” free and fair elections, the letter states. Any reported fraudulent activities should be “thoroughly investigated.”

“Protecting the integrity of our nation’s elections process is not a partisan issue. This is an issue that we as incoming members and as Americans are committed to addressing.”

There have been verified reports, the letter says, of absentee and mail-in ballots with missing or unverified signatures, missing and unaccounted voting machine memory cards and restrictions n bipartisan election observers during critical phases of the election process.

“Under your leadership over the past several years, the House has demonstrated a zest for all sorts of investigations, and we believe that you have the strong capacity to initiate a thorough investigation into these voting irregularities,” the letter says. “Guaranteeing every U.S. citizen’s right to vote in a free and fair election is key to protecting our Constitutional Republica, and it is the duty of each of us to ensure that right.”

 

Author: Jacob Hall