Rudy Giuliani Says Pennsylvania Senate Has ‘Responsibility’ to Send Their Own Electors

Trump cam­paign lawyer Rudy Giu­liani on Wednes­day sug­gest­ed to Penn­syl­va­nia GOP state sen­a­tors that they have the pow­er to vote and choose their own elec­tors, while cit­ing alle­ga­tions of vot­er fraud in the Key­stone State.

In a Penn­syl­va­nia Sen­ate Repub­li­can Pol­i­cy Com­mit­tee hear­ing in Get­tys­burg, the for­mer New York City may­or said that the U.S. Con­sti­tu­tion stip­u­lates that state leg­is­la­tors are empow­ered with the abil­i­ty to nul­li­fy a state’s elec­tors and can send their own to the Elec­toral College.

An elec­tion is “not run by the gov­er­nor or an elec­tion com­mis­sion,” he argued, point­ing to the 12th Amend­ment of the Con­sti­tu­tion. “It’s your pow­er … it’s your respon­si­bil­i­ty,” Giu­liani said to the Repub­li­can sen­a­tors, adding that “you have to con­vince oth­er mem­bers of the leg­is­la­ture” to vote to send up their own slate of electors.

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