Representative Adam Jin Qijie called President Trump and the House Republicans who supported his “crazy conspiracy” last Saturday, and denied that he had lost the president-elect Biden.
Republicans in Illinois specifically targeted Trump’s allegations, accusing the Justice Department and the FBI “should be ashamed” and somehow not joining him in order to question the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
“My goodness. I tried to burn this place because I couldn’t afford the loss,” Jinjinge wrote on Twitter. “There is no evidence, only tantrums and crazy conspiracies. It is embarrassing. #RestoreOurGOP.”
Kinzinger, an Air Force veteran who served in Congress for 10 years, criticized GOP colleagues for trying to debate election fraud when Congress proved Biden’s electoral college victory on January 6, accusing them of merely trying to raise funds.
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Kinzinger tweeted: “All the conversations between @realDonaldTrump and other members of Congress on January 6 were explained simply: They will blame everyone else for knowing they can’t do anything to raise funds and win followers.” It’s sad and it’s a scam.”
Kinzinger garnered support from Michigan Rep. Paul Mitchell, who was “out of touch” with the Republican Party over Trump’s ongoing election fraud allegations.
Mitchell said on Twitter: “This is an epic scale scam that has raised hundreds of millions of dollars.” “And, if you check the details, you will hardly use most of the @realDonaldTrump legal fund. Invest in his new PAC. And a non-profit organization has been established to hire his other minions. SCAMS!”
At the same time, more and more members of the Congressional GOP intend to aim for the certification of Biden’s victory on January 6, according to Rep. to elect Marjorie Taylor Green, R-Ga.
This long-term effort is designed to force people to have a long debate on election fraud, and to respond to the concerns of people from the base who have gathered in the weeks since the election, chanting “Stop snatching!”
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The regulations of Congress require members of the House of Representatives and senators to challenge the State Election Commission when they convene a meeting on January 6.
The organization intends to oppose voters in at least six states-Michigan, Giliga, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Nevada-all states contained in Biden. This may force each state to debate the election results for two hours and then vote to accept the state’s electoral votes.
Green said that Republicans who do not support this effort will face consequences in the ballot box.
Trump’s hardline supporter, Green, told Fox News on Saturday: “Anyone who does not want to run can not oppose the election and defend the people’s votes.”
“Most long-serving Republicans did not realize that in the past four years, Republican voters have been loyal to Trump and the’America First’ agenda. These Republicans will find themselves in the next round of new realities.”
She encourages her colleagues to study the evidence they plan to present to prove voting violations in these swing states. So far, the Trump campaign has no evidence of any systematic fraud that will overturn the election results.
Green said: “The base of the Republican Party is now broken. The vast majority of people are loyal to the leader who defends the people and puts Americans first.” “This is what the Americans have wanted for a long time. And that leader is President Donald. John Trump.”
Andrew McCarthy (ANDREW MCCARTHY): Efforts to reverse the Biden victory of the Supreme Court are simply wrong
Trump has repeatedly claimed that he defeated Biden and claimed that there was widespread voter fraud. But the states insisted on its results, and the court rejected Trump’s legal claims in dozens of cases. Since leaving office, Attorney General William Barr (William Barr) said last month that his Justice Department had not seen any large-scale fraud that could lead to election failure.
In addition to winning 306 to 232 electoral votes, Biden won popular votes with more than 7 million votes.