Trump-Endorsed Candidate John Boozman Lies About Vote to Certify Electors, Claims Objecting is Unconstitutional



Republican Arkansas Senator John Boozman, who has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump, lied during an event on Tuesday about his vote to certify the election for Brandon.

Boozman also claimed that objecting to the certification would have been unconstitutional.

When asked by a constituent about if he voted to certify the election for Brandon, Boozman became visibly uncomfortable.

“I don’t think I’ve heard, did you vote to confirm Brandon as the president? Did you confirm that?” the person asks.

“Did I vote to confirm… I voted for President Trump,” Boozman says, attempting to confuse the constituent and avoid answering the actual question.

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The questioner did not back down, asking him again.

“When the electors meet, that’s done. At that point, a new president comes into office. So, there’s nothing that I could do,” Boozman said.

“You didn’t have a vote on that at all?” the person continued to press.

“No,” Boozman lied, before ranting about how we are a “nation of laws.”

Boozman did vote to certify Brandon as the winner of the election and was outspoken about doing so.

As Gateway Pundit previously reported, Boozman was also recently caught on hidden camera comparing concerns about the legitimacy of the 2020 election to the Democrat’s Russiagate hysteria.

In the hidden camera footage obtained by the Gateway Pundit, Boozman said the 2020 election was okay, because Republicans investigated it.

“What are your thoughts on the legitimacy of the 2020 election? Like, is that something that we should continue to talk about or do you think that’s something that…” the woman asks.

Sen. Boozeman responds that, “as far as the legitimacy, I believe strongly that once the states certify… you know each state, they act independently once they certify, then it’s over. Okay, unless, you know, something blatant comes up. But we had a situation with a Republican justice department, you know, and the attorney general said, ‘It’s okay. We looked at these things,’ but once you certify them and go forward, then at that point it’s over.”

The senator also said Trump should “let it go” and that him wanting former Vice President Mike Pence to refuse to certify certain state was “absolutely nuts.”

“Once the state agrees that hey, this is.. This is the results…we’re going forward, then you have to let it go. This deal about Mike Pence being able to… That was absolutely nuts… that was just…” Boozeman says. “You know, if you’ve got a situation where somehow the Vice President can, they’d never leave office. You know, it’s just, it’s crazy… So I think once they certify, constitutionally, that’s where it ends and that’s Tom Cotton’s opinion.”

Sen. Boozman has previously praised Liz Cheney’s impeachment vote calling it a “vote of conscience” and said that she shouldn’t be punished because she was doing what she thought was “the right thing.”

He recently criticized the RNC for censuring Cheney and Rep. Adam Kinzinger.

The RINO senator has also said there was “no question” President Trump should be blamed for January 6th and indicated he should be charged in a criminal or civil court.

Sen. Boozman was a strong supporter of the Russia investigation.

In 2018, he attacked President Trump for calling it a “Witch Hunt” and said he wanted a “very thorough” investigation. When the special counsel was initially assigned, Boozman called Mueller a “great choice” and was incredibly supportive of the investigation.

In 2019, he indicated support for subpoenaing Donald Trump Jr.

Trump endorsed Boozman, likely at the urging of GOP leadership. Perhaps it is time for him to question the person giving him this advice.

“Senator John Boozman is a great fighter for the people of Arkansas. He is tough on Crime, strong on the Border, a great supporter of our Military and our Vets, and fights for our farmers every day. He supports our Second Amendment and has my Complete and Total Endorsement!” Trump said in his endorsement.

Boozman is being challenged by America First candidate Jake Bequette, who is an Army veteran, Trump supporter and former NFL player.

Sen. Boozman has said that he does not believe Trump should run in 2024, previously saying “I don’t see it happening.”

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