On Wednesday, Fox News, an increasingly irrelevant cable news station, reported that Congresswoman-Elect Yvette Herrell from New Mexico’s Second Congressional District will join other conservative Republican representatives, led by Congressman Mo Brooks (R-AL), in voting not to certify Joe Biden’s alleged fraudulent “victory” in the presidential race.
According to Fox News:
GOP Reps.-elect Lauren Boebert of Colorado, Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina, Burgess Owens of Utah, Yvette Herrell of New Mexico, Dr. Ronny Jackson of Texas, Bob Good of Virginia, Jerry Carl of Alabama and Andrew Clyde of Georgia will be supporting Brooks’ effort, for a total of at least 10 incoming reps, Fox News has confirmed. This does not include current members who have said they will also object, like Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga.
Shortly after the news hit, the New Mexico Democrat Party, which suffered a crippling defeat with Herrell’s victory, claimed that Herrell was putting her “personal politics before the voters’ decision” in a statement to the Santa Fe New Mexican.
“It is grossly irresponsible for an incoming congresswoman to be spreading dangerous misinformation about the recent election. It undermines the legitimate democratic process,” Democratic Party Chairwoman Marg Elliston said in a statement. “Southern New Mexicans deserve a congresswoman who will focus on meeting their needs, instead of putting her beliefs ahead of theirs.”
However, President Donald J. Trump won the Second District in 2016 and again in 2020 by comfortable margins, and the credible allegations of widespread fraud in the election show that the will of the American people did make their choice known–meaning Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were not legitimately elected to the White House, according to credible evidence.
The Piñon Post has compiled an arsenal of information on election fraud from years’ past and during this election cycle in New Mexico, where it has been uncovered that Democrats admitted to ballot harvesting and other sketchy vote collecting practices. In 2018, Yvette Herrell “lost” to Democrat Xochitl Torres Small by the thinnest of margins, and a subsequent audit found signs of widespread fraud.
Congress votes on January 6th for the certification of the presidential election, and many Republicans in both the U.S. House and U.S. Senate plan to object to alleged illegitimately elected Joe Biden.