Mike Johnson Elected House Speaker
After weeks of indecision, Republicans elected Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana as speaker of the House. During a floor vote on October 25, Johnson won the support of all 220 Republicans casting a ballot. Meanwhile, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of New York won the support of all 209 Democrats casting a ballot.
Johnson’s victory is welcome news for the Make America Great Again movement, as the Louisiana representative is an evangelical Christian with strong ties to Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He was also behind a 2020 amicus brief seeking to challenge election results in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Replacing Kevin McCarthy with Mike Johnson makes it more likely that election fraud in the United States will be exposed.
New agenda: Speaker Johnson strongly supports an impeachment inquiry into Biden family corruption, so infighting between Republicans and Democrats may get worse in days ahead.
In his article “What Will Happen After Trump Regains Power,” Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry explained that President Trump was the legitimate winner of the 2020 election. He further said that the Bible prophesies Trump’s return to power, yet he “will have to fight for it. It doesn’t have to be military action, but it certainly could. President Trump could also lead some states to secede from the union.”
There is no constitutional methodology for overturning a certified electoral college vote, but undeniable evidence of election theft is emerging, and the House of Representatives is now led by a man who voted against certifying Joe Biden’s electoral victory on Jan. 6, 2021.
Learn more: Read America Under Attack.