January 6th is fast approaching, where the Electoral vote will be voted upon.
Meanwhile, more Republican lawmakers are coming out in defiance of the skewed “results” of the 2020 election.
Several vow that they will challenge the electoral vote on January 6th.
The soul of the United States of America is at stake.
Rep Mo Brooks has led the way in this fight.
Now, the resistance is growing.
Rep Mo Brooks was the first to announce that he will challenge the January 6th electoral vote:
Many more have followed, including Reps Matt Gaetz, Jody Hice, Brian Babin, Ted Budd, Andy Biggs, Congresswoman-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene, and Congressman-elect Madison Cawthorn.
President Donald Trump is also urging Senator-elect Tommy Tuberville to do so.
Tuberville has hinted that he may indeed challenge the vote.
Newsmax has more on President Trump's conversation with Tuberville:
President Donald Trump said Sunday he spoke to Sen.-elect Tommy Tuberville, R-Ala., on Saturday night, and Tuberville said he's considering challenging Democrat Joe Biden's win on Jan. 6.
Trump talked about the conversation during an interview on WABC radio on a show hosted by Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani.
"I spoke to a great gentleman, Tommy Tuberville, last night, and he was so excited. He said, 'You made me the most popular politician in the United States.' He said, 'I can't believe it,'" Trump said, according to The Epoch Times.
Tuberville has indicated he's considering joining an effort to challenge Biden's win when the electoral votes are opened during a joint session of Congress just after Tuberville is sworn in. Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., has said he, too, will bring up a challenge. At least one member of the House and one from the Senate must challenge the results before debate can be entertained.
God willing, more Republicans will join the fight.
President Donald Trump also met with several members Congress, where he discussed fighting back against this fraudulant election.
Fox News has more:
President Trump Monday huddled with members of Congress to discuss plans to object to President-elect Joe Biden's Electoral College win and to force a debate on allegations of voter fraud.
Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., attended the White House meeting and said there's growing support for GOP lawmakers from the House and Senate to challenge the election results when a Joint Session of Congress convenes on Jan. 6 to certify the Electoral College result. The vote was 306 to 232 in Biden's favor.
"We will be raising objections to the Electoral College votes for Joe Biden for multiple states," Greene told Fox News.
Greene said the White House meeting included Trump, Vice President Pence, Trump's legal team and about 15 House members, including GOP Reps. Jim Jordan of Ohio, Andy Biggs of Arizona, Mo Brooks of Alabama, Matt Gaetz of Florida and Louie Gohmert of Texas.
Congressional rules require a House member and senator to simultaneously challenge a state’s electoral slate when they jointly convene on Jan. 6. Greene said senators are on board, though she declined to name them publicly.
"Some people just haven't totally gone public yet, but we’re going to have a lot of people on board, and we definitely have senators," Greene told Fox News. "This is going to be historic and the amount of evidence is overwhelming."
Alabama Sen.-Elect Tommy Tuberville has raised the possibility of challenging the Electoral College, but GOP Senate leaders have discouraged it.
Senate Majority Whip John Thune, R-S.C. said he hoped Tuberville won't do it because the election has been litigated over and over and it was time to move on. "I don’t think it’s good for the country," Thune told reporters last week.
Trump, however, is rallying his base to fight for him.
Trump called into a Turning Point USA event where he insisted he "won in a landslide" and encouraged the Justice Department and members of Congress to step up and support him.
"We are fighting, really for the country, because this election, we won this election in a landslide," Trump said. "It's all documented, the problem is we need a party that is going to fight, and we have some great congressmen and women that are doing it. And we have others, some great fighters, but we won this in a landslide. They know it, and we need backing from like, the Justice Department and other people have to finally step up."