(bigleaguepolitics)Congressman-elect Peter Meijer is the replacement for turncoat Justin Amash in Michigan’s 3rd U.S. House district, and it looks as if he will be legislating in the same manner as his disgraced predecessor.
Meijer claimed on Saturday to reporters that it is unconstitutional to object to the dubious electoral college results s following the immense voter fraud that occurred on election day.
“There’s a very high bar for what the disruption this would cause and you need to find that factual, constitutional predicate,” Meijer said to justify his extreme cowardice.
“So far, I haven’t been seeing any arguments that are rooted in the letter or the intent of the constitution…that would justify not certifying these electoral college votes,” he added.
The video can be seen here:
NEW: @VoteMeijer says he will listen to the argument presented by a group of Republicans who plan to object EC votes this week, but currently sees no basis for objecting himself.
Meijer will be sworn in to represent #MI3 tomorrow.
Details on his other plans at 10/11p on @FOX17 pic.twitter.com/6BUaYzvJlJ
— Marisa Oberle (@marisa_oberleTV) January 3, 2021
Meijer’s weakness was amplified by financial analyst Kenneth Monahan, a long-time Democrat donor who Meijer has hired to be his chief of staff:
Some personal news: In 2021 I will be leaving finance to serve as Chief of Staff for Peter Meijer (@VoteMeijer) Congressman-elect for Michigan’s 3rd District. This is a pivotal time for America politically and I’m excited to hop into the mix.
— Kenneth Monahan (@Foudroyant) December 31, 2020
Federal donation records compiled by CampaignMoney.com show that Monahan has donated to Democrat causes for many years, including as recently as 2018. In addition to his many Democrat contributions, Monahan has also donated money to Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine and former Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama.
Monahan gave $2,300 to the campaign of former president Barack Hussein Obama during the 2008 campaign cycle. He followed that up by giving two small contributions to the ActBlue platform in 2018, which were ultimately returned. Additionally, a Kenneth Monahan is listed as a donor to the Clinton Foundation, according to the New York Times. Big League Politics has reached out to Monahan for clarification with regards to this donation.
Big League Politics reported earlier this year about how the ActBlue platform was funneling Black Lives Matter terror cash into the coffers of Democrat politicians:
The terrorist group Black Lives Matter (BLM) uses the same digital fundraising platform, ActBlue, that is used by former vice president Joe Biden and many prominent political figures in the Democrat Party, the National Pulse has discovered.
“We appreciate your support of the movement and our ongoing fight to end state-sanctioned violence, liberate Black people, and end white supremacy forever,” the donation tab on the BLM official website states, which is rerouted to ActBlue.
The donation page notes that “ActBlue Charities is a registered charitable organization formed to democratize charitable giving” and any “contribution is made from my own funds or the funds of an authorizing corporation or other entity, and the funds are not being provided by any other person or entity.”
…BLM has made defunding the police their signature stance, using the nationwide riots as an opportunity to escalate their war against cops.
“So much of policing right now is generated and directed towards quality-of-life issues, homelessness, drug addiction, domestic violence,” said BLM co-founder Alicia Garza during an interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday.
“What we do need is increased funding for housing, we need increased funding for education, we need increased funding for quality of life of communities who are over-policed and over-surveilled,” Garza added.
Unfortunately for conservatives in Michigan, it looks like they have elected another RINO in Meijer, who exploited his elite family connections to bamboozle voters last year.