Saturday, November 28, 2020
This week, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., joined other Republican senators in throwing their support behind U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s, R-Ga., “Securing Our Elections Act.”
Just after Election Day as the Mainstream Media (MSM) continued to boost the chances of Joe Biden winning the presidency, the former vice president began to talk to the country calling for calm and healing. Now, he is saying that Donald Trump’s unwillingness to concede the election is “an embarrassment.”
Despite getting Amendment 2 over the finish line with more than 60 percent of the vote, Morgan, who also led the charge on amendments expanding medical marijuana, said this is his last effort to change the Florida Constitution at the ballot box. 
Scott faced no opposition to be the chairman of the NRSC, taking over from U.S. Sen. Todd Young, R-Ind. 
Rubio weighed in this week on the recent election results and insisted he was ready to face the Democrats in 2022. 
On Tuesday, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., released a  message on the 2020 post-election process.
Back in September, Scott brought out the “Verifiable, Orderly, & Timely Election Results (VOTER) Act” which, he insists, will “establish uniform standards for vote-by-mail systems across the country and ensure the timely and efficient counting of ballots, with important safeguards to prevent fraud.”
As we all know, the media is not the final arbiter of who is president.  The Electoral College, that entity that the Democrats have despised for four years and threatened to abolish, is one of the final steps in certifying the election after the individual states certify their vote totals. And, of course, there’s always that pesky little group called the Supreme Court of the United States which may still have a role to play.
With former Vice President Joe Biden declared the winner of the presidential election but President Donald Trump still contesting the results, members of the Florida delegation weighed in on the current state of the race. 
Trump showed no signs of backing down on Saturday.