MO BROOKS (ALABAMA CONGRESSMAN): Well, let me first address Georgia for a moment. It's one thing for the ballots to be accurately counted, it's another thing for those ballots that are counted to be legal. The Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger, he conspired with the socialist Democrats to illegally alter Georgia’s election system, thereby violating Article I, Section IV of the Constitution, the United States Code, and Georgia statutory law. So in my judgement, you still have a massive number of illegal ballots that are in the system because nothing changed from November to today. And as a consequence, if I were a member of the United States Senate, under Article I, Section V, I would look very, very closely at installing the Republican candidates in the United States Senate because of the number of illegal votes that the system still is going to count on behalf of Ossoff and Warnock. Now having said that, tomorrow there's going to be a massive rally in Washington D.C. I look forward to speaking at it sometime during the morning, along with President Trump, probably in the noonish timeframe. And then later on, we're going to challenge the votes of a number of states in the Electoral College. Now we have dozens of Republican congressman who have done their homework and concluded that at a national level there's been massive voter fraud and election theft. And as a consequence, we have dozens who are going to be cosponsoring these objections in the states of Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. The problem is that it seems that the senators are about a month behind in doing the homework that we have done on the House side, and so they’re not fully up to speed on how bad the election theft problems were in November. And the consequence of that is, at least as of this moment, we only have three senators, versus our dozens and dozens of congressman who are willing to cosponsor these objections to state electoral college vote submissions. Right now it appears that we're limited to Arizona, Georgia, and Pennsylvania, and that is depriving Michigan, Wisconsin, and Nevada citizens of a lawful count of the votes cast by eligible American citizens.