Even after the mob broke into the Capitol, Republican congressmen voted against proving Joe Biden’s presidential victory, but were attacked by critics in his hometown who demanded them to resign or be removed.
Protesters, newspaper editorial committees and local Democrats have urged lawmakers to step down or ask their colleagues to drive them out. The House of Representatives and the Senate can condemn the removal of members by two-thirds of the votes or a majority of votes.
Rep. Madison Cawthorn “needs to be held accountable for his inflammatory actions and the consequences of his actions,” a group of Democratic officials demanded in a letter that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi expelled The sworn-in North Carolina freshman. January 3.
Kausan said he has a constitutional obligation to vote on Biden. He condemned the violence in the attack on Wednesday, but compared it with the protests about police brutality last summer. These demonstrations have never violated government buildings during official duties.
A policeman in the Capitol was killed, and a policeman shot and killed a woman in the mob. Three other people died in a chaotic medical emergency. When rioters roamed the lobby of one of the highest temples in the United States, legislators and staff were forced to hide.
Pelosi and other Democratic leaders in Congress are urging President Donald Trump to refuse impeachment for encouraging the rebellion and refuse to take action to stop the violence. But whether they should be punished for legislators, and whether they should be punished for legislators who support false claims of election fraud and lead to melee.
Previously, most expulsions were directed at members who supported the alliance or who took bribes during the civil war.
In St. Louis on Saturday, hundreds of people protested against Senator Josh Holly, the first Republican Senator of Missouri, who led the Senate̵
A station wagon of about 40 vehicles bypassed the office of Senator Ron Johnson of Madison, Wisconsin, urging him to resign. Johnson initially supported Trump’s baseless claims of election fraud, but after the riots, he voted for Biden’s victory. Johnson condemned the violence, but did not shy away from allegations of voter fraud.
The editorial boards of the two largest newspapers in Wisconsin demanded Johnson’s resignation and published them with national editorials targeting Republican politicians.
The Houston Chronicle, which has long been a critic of Senator Ted Cruz, said in an editorial The Republicans knew exactly what he was doing and what might happen when his upper house senator disputed the election results.
The newspaper wrote: “If you hadn’t challenged the 2020 results in the first place, those terrorists would not be in the Capitol,”
Cruz called the attack a despicable act of terrorism, but he continued to push the committee to investigate the presidential election.
In Alabama, Decatur Daily Ask the local House of Representatives Mo Brooks (Mo Brooks) to resign.York dispatch A Senator from Pennsylvania said that Congressman Scott Perry “is a disgrace to Pennsylvania and our democracy.” If he still thinks that Biden’s election is fraudulent, he should resign because of this. It also means that his election is also false. Perry condemned the violence in the Capitol.
Danville Register and Bee Said in Virginia that its representative Bob Good (Bob Good) needs to leave because his words defeated the game that led to a destructive mob. Goode said that his vote was to protect his voters.
The newspaper’s editorial board wrote that the invading Trump loyalists “faced with security personnel and even injured or even died”. “And you are the same as them.”