NC-11 – Madison Cawthorn isn’t in congress yet, but the congressman-elect from North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District is letting constituents know that as soon as he gets there, he’ll be taking an unpopular stand.
Unpopular in D.C., at least.
Not doing this to help my career in Washington, in fact this will most likely harm it. But no one should go to Washington as a career. Go there to serve the people. And on behalf of the people I am contesting this election based on constitutional violations by key states. pic.twitter.com/puDmUZAbaw
— Madison Cawthorn (@CawthornforNC) December 22, 2020
Many members of the U.S. House, and a few U.S. Senators have vowed to challenge the electoral college certification on account of fraud allegations and extra-constitutional election changes by the very same swing states that netted Joe Biden a seeming electoral college victory. Cawthorn would be another vote to challenge the certification of certain states in order to ensure the issue goes to debate, instead of accepting a slate of electors corrupted by apparent fraud.
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There is also a call for state legislatures to exercise their plenary authority over electors sent to Washington, granted to them explicitly in the U.S. Constitution, to recall any slates certified on illegal votes, whether by fraud or by form.
Politico reported on Monday that Trump and his legal team may challenge the results of the 2020 elections when Congress meets to officially certify them. A massive and corresponding rally is planned for January 6, which President Donald Trump implored his supporters to ‘Be there!’
Peter Navarro releases 36-page report alleging election fraud ‘more than sufficient’ to swing victory to Trump https://t.co/D8KrMHnFdK. A great report by Peter. Statistically impossible to have lost the 2020 Election. Big protest in D.C. on January 6th. Be there, will be wild!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 19, 2020
All of this promises to make the opening days of 2021 will be just as wild as 2020.