Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) had a similar message,….“This will be a stain on our country not easily washed away, the final indelible legacy of the 45th president of the United States.”
“Let us not turn the last firewall for liberty we have remaining on its head in a fit of populous rage for political expediency,” he continued.
Despite Roy’s call, however, 121 House Republicans still voted to undo the votes in Arizona, with the House voting 121-303 for the objection and the Senate voting 6-93. After the motion failed in both chambers, the House and Senate came back together to certify the rest of the states.
In the House, debate took a bit longer. Republicans once again offered explanations for their objections that were detached from reality and lacking in any actual proof of voter fraud. They presented themselves as defenders of the Constitution as they sought to overturn the election. And they postured their objections as reluctant conclusions after a tumultuous day in which they would have loved to have moved forward as a unified chamber.After Day Of Chaos, Congress Certifies Joe Biden As The Election Winner | HuffPost