The will of the voters
The opening words of the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution are: “We the People.” I draw that to the attention of PA-12th District representative to the Congress, Fred Keller, who joined 138 members of the House of Representatives in objecting to the 2020 electoral votes of Arizonians and/or Pennsylvanians. His actions are nothing short of abetting sedition. He has failed to honor his oath to uphold the Constitution. Moreover, has failed to honor the will of the voters of the Commonwealth.
Rep. Keller has claimed that his vote stands in protest to unlawful actions perpetrated by Pennsylvania’s elected state officials. Such is a false argument, in that Pennsylvania’s elections have been examined and ruled on by regional, state, and federal courts and bipartisan judges and found to be sound. Keller also signed on to a lawsuit calling for overturning the Electoral College vote in four states to the U.S. Supreme Court, which was summarily dismissed as without merit. How dare he decide that my vote on Nov. 3, 2020, along with that of approximately 7 million other Pennsylvanians, should be revoked. Raising questions is one matter; rejecting the votes of the people is quite another.
Voters of the 12th Congressional District must not let this pass. They must demand that Rep. Keller resign immediately. If he does not, businesses, corporations, and individuals who have supported him in past elections must withhold money, shun campaign events, and reject his yard signs. Mostly they must vote him out of office.
LESLIE ELLEN BROWN
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