Rep. Ron Hanks despatched out a fundraising letter Tuesday suggesting the assault at U.S. Capitol was the work Antifa and foreign powers could stop Biden’s inauguration.
DENVER — A Republican state consultant from Fremont County, Colo., who was current in Washington, D.C. throughout this month’s revolt, claimed that foreign intelligence businesses might be able to preserve Joe Biden from changing into president on Wednesday.
Rep. Ron Hanks despatched out a fundraising e mail Tuesday afternoon suggesting the assault on the U.S. Capitol was the work of Antifa in disguise and mentioned the mob didn’t seem to incorporate supporters of President Donald Trump.
“It seems more likely that there were people who intended to blend in to the group, then create mayhem and blame it on Trump supporters,” Hanks wrote in an editorial included with the fundraising pitch.
That declare has been widely disproven by fact-checkers.
Hanks additionally characterised the Democrats in Colorado’s state authorities as radical, and on a bigger scale, mentioned the United States is in a “grave” state.
Regarding President-elect Biden’s inauguration, Hanks wrote in his editorial that foreign intelligence from Israel, the United Kingdom or Australia could show the outcomes of the 2020 presidential election are fraudulent.
“We are down to the very final options to right a flawed election, and it is possible it will not happen,” he mentioned. “Patriots, and all Americans are in a perilous dilemma: This isn’t just an economic system or policy priorities we are arguing about. There is a nuclear and national security aspect to this election that must not fall into the hands of foreign enemies or their domestic agents.”
Hanks mentioned he would really like constituents to contact him with their issues about authorities coverage and ended his e mail with a hyperlink for supporters to donate.
Biden’s inauguration is scheduled for midday ET on Wednesday, or 10 a.m. in Colorado.
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