At least I think that’s what Republican Congressman Peter Meijer is saying in this Reason magazine interview:
And then one of the saddest things is I had colleagues who, when it came time to recognize reality and vote to certify Arizona and Pennsylvania in the Electoral College, they knew in their heart of hearts that they should’ve voted to certify, but some had legitimate concerns about the safety of their families. They felt that that vote would put their families in danger.
Really? You heard that?
Wow. That’s pretty striking.
Please let me know if I misunderstood his point. If I’m wrong, please tell me exactly what Meijer is suggesting.