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ADVERTISEMENT The Area's Top Political Talk Show! Volpe Report SUNDAY MORNINGS 11:30 AM f FOX56 FIRESTORM OR JUST SMOKE? Joining THE VOLPE REPORT THIS SUNDAY AT 11:30 A.M. on FOX56 is U.S. Congressman Dan Meuser, (R-9th), who started a firestorm of criticism when he announced he would vote against the certification of certain states' electors, a move to foster debate on election irregularities. It's been shocking and repugnant to see the viciousness of attacks by the media and certain Democrat demagogues, who either lack integrity or who are not intelligent enough to be aware of recent history. In 2001, 2005 and 2017, after the elections of Republican Presidents, certain Democratic House members, as many as 31, and Senators either said they would vote to decertify certain states' electors or supported their Democratic colleagues' right to decertify, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Ms. Pelosi made it clear she would respect the outcome of that election even though she supported her Democrat colleagues' right to decertify. Apparently, that right only applied to Democrats. If Republicans do it, they're seditionists. On Tuesday, between 10 and 10:30 p.m. on FOX56 News at 10, Chuck voices his support for new legislation to change the election of statewide appellate judges into Regional Voting Districts, while excoriating the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for its partisan decision-making this past year. U.S. Congressman Dan Meuser, (R-9th)| ADVERTISEMENT The Area's Top Political Talk Show! Volpe Report SUNDAY MORNINGS 11:30 AM f FOX56 FIRESTORM OR JUST SMOKE? Joining THE VOLPE REPORT THIS SUNDAY AT 11:30 A.M. on FOX56 is U.S. Congressman Dan Meuser, (R-9th), who started a firestorm of criticism when he announced he would vote against the certification of certain states' electors, a move to foster debate on election irregularities. It's been shocking and repugnant to see the viciousness of attacks by the media and certain Democrat demagogues, who either lack integrity or who are not intelligent enough to be aware of recent history. In 2001, 2005 and 2017, after the elections of Republican Presidents, certain Democratic House members, as many as 31, and Senators either said they would vote to decertify certain states' electors or supported their Democratic colleagues' right to decertify, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Ms. Pelosi made it clear she would respect the outcome of that election even though she supported her Democrat colleagues' right to decertify. Apparently, that right only applied to Democrats. If Republicans do it, they're seditionists. On Tuesday, between 10 and 10:30 p.m. on FOX56 News at 10, Chuck voices his support for new legislation to change the election of statewide appellate judges into Regional Voting Districts, while excoriating the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for its partisan decision-making this past year. U.S. Congressman Dan Meuser, (R-9th)|

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