President Donald Trump, his lawyers and his allies have spent the past seven weeks attempting to prove allegations of widespread voter and ballot fraud that they claim cost Trump the 2020 election.
They might not have made much in the way of progress yet, but according to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, there’s a new strategy brewing in which he told Trump’s followers to “stay tuned” for further details, according to the Washington Examiner.
On Sunday, Meadows tweeted about an Oval Office meeting that had taken place in the White House with a number of GOP lawmakers.
“Several members of Congress just finished a meeting in the Oval Office with President @realDonaldTrump, preparing to fight back against mounting evidence of voter fraud. Stay tuned,” Meadows tweeted, leaving many to speculate what he meant by the last part of his tweet.
Giving the timing and those who were in attendance at the White House meeting, it was likely related to an upcoming, last-ditch effort in which Republicans in both the House and the Senate will object to Congress’ counting of the Electoral College votes on January 6.
For the strategy to work, House members need at least one Republican senator to join their cause, though Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell last week in a private caucus call warned Republican senators to stay away from the efforts to reject the election results, according to Politico.
But that hasn’t seemed to stop Alabama Sen.-elect Tommy Tuberville, who has already signaled that he’ll be joining the Republican lawmakers’ hail mary effort on January 6 to keep Trump in office.
Georgia’s Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene, who was also in attendance for the Sunday Oval Office meeting with the president, indicated in a tweet afterward that a “rapidly growing” number of both lawmakers and senators were jumping on board, raising curiosity about just how big this objection strategy effort will truly be.