Republicans defy leadership and sign up for Trump’s Electoral College challenge

Donald Trump claims he won the US election in November.
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More Republican lawmakers are turning against the GOP leadership and supporting a challenge for electoral college certification on Jan. 6.
At least 20 Republican members of the House have now signed a letter to the Congress leadership and the chairs of several Congressional committees calling for an investigation into what is known as "election theft".
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"The presidential elections have been the subject of dozens of fraud, illegal voting and election theft lawsuits that could or will be the subject of widespread debate on January 6, 2021 as Congress decides whether to accept or reject various states" Electoral College nominations "says the letter. So far, the Trump campaign has lost numerous lawsuits against the election results.
Republican leadership has tried to stem the influx of members pushing to question the results as the party tries to plan its post-Trump future. Senate second senior Republican John Thune said, "What you need to remember is that it's just going to go nowhere. It goes down like a shot dog," which President Trump tweeted, "RINO John Thune, "Mitch's Boy", should just let it play. South Dakota doesn't like weakness. He will be in primary school in 2022, his political career is over !!! "
North Carolina Congressman-elect Madison Cawthorn said he would fund "a primary challenge" against any Republican who did not have "fair, free and just elections" after an election that President-elect Joe Biden won as free and fair by calls for election security analysts.
The problem with any House result challenge is that a Senator must register in order for a vote and debate on the matter to take place, and the only Senator who has indicated that they can do so is the Senator-elected Tommy Tuberville of Alabama, who will be sworn in on January 3, three days before Congress is due to approve the results of the electoral college. Mr Tuberville's support will only allow the issue to be discussed, not overturning the elections, as the Democrats control the House.
President Trump has encouraged efforts to challenge the election results and has reportedly attacked anyone who did not indulge in his most outlandish conspiracy theories. Vice President Mike Pence, who presides over the Senate while the election results are confirmed, would be a major betrayal for Mr Trump, Axios reported.
Republican representative Ted Budd said in a statement that "millions of Americans" believe the election is not fair. He said, “These patriotic Americans are mocked by elites on the coast, in the Beltway, and even in Congress itself. Have you sit down and shut up. The American people will never do that, and neither will I. "
President-elect Joe Biden won the election with over 70 votes and the popular vote with more than 7 million.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has publicly accepted Joe Biden as President-elect and has encouraged Republicans to accept the election results as an election challenge would force Senate Republicans to vote and President Trump's last hope of overturning the election destroy choice.
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