Objectors to Biden Electors

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In 2005, 31 Democrats in the House and one Democrat in the Senate (Barbara Boxer from California) objected to or voted against the Ohio electors who voted for the reelection of President George W. Bush.[1] In 2017, while multiple House Democrats objected to Vladimir Putin taking over U.S. elections, no Senator signed on to the Russia collusion hoax.[2]

If the election for president goes into the House, then pursuant to the Twelfth Amendment the voting is done on a state-by-state basis, where Republicans hold a 27-20 majority, with three state delegations evenly divided. See alsothe list of state delegations by party.

Rep. Mo Brooks has stated that "dozens" of representatives may join his objections to the Biden Electors,[3] and as of January some predict that more than 100 House Republicans would object. Here is the growing list of the courageous congressmen and senators who plan to object to the fraudulent certification of Biden Electors on January 6, 2021, in a Joint Session of Congress:

House[4][5]

  1. Rep. Mo Brooks (R–AL)
  2. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R–FL)
  3. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R–CO)
  4. Rep. Paul Gosar (R–AZ)
  5. Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R–NC)[6]
  6. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH)
  7. Rep. Jody Hice (R–GA)[7]
  8. Rep. Barry Moore (R–AL)[8]
  9. Rep. Louie Gohmert (R–TX)[9]
  10. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R–GA)
  11. Rep. Burgess Owens (R–UT)
  12. Rep. Yvette Herrell (R–NM)
  13. Rep. Ronny Jackson (R–TX)[10]
  14. Rep. Bob Good (R–VA)
  15. Rep. Jerry Carl (R–AL)
  16. Rep. Andrew Clyde (R–GA)
  17. Rep. Ted Budd (R–NC)
  18. Rep. Brian Babin (R–TX)
  19. Rep. Jeff Duncan (R–SC)
  20. Rep. Lance Gooden (R–TX)
  21. Rep. Mark Green (R–TN)
  22. Rep. Ralph Norman (R–SC)
  23. Rep. Scott Perry (R–PA)
  24. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R–NJ)
  25. Rep. Diana Harshbarger (R–TN)[11]
  26. Rep. John Joyce (R–PA)
  27. Rep. Fred Keller (R–PA)
  28. Rep. Mike Kelly (R–PA)
  29. Rep. Dan Meuser (R–PA)
  30. Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R–PA)
  31. Rep. Lloyd Smucker (R–PA)
  32. Rep. GT Thompson (R–PA)
  33. Rep. Andy Biggs (R–AZ)
  34. Rep. Byron Donalds (R–FL)
  35. Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY)[12]
  36. Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT)[13]
  37. Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-AL)
  38. Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA)
  39. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA)
  40. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA)
  41. Rep. Mike Bost (R-IL)
  42. Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ)
  43. Rep. David Schweikert (R-AZ)
  44. Rep. Rick Crawford (R-AK)
  45. Rep. Ken Calvert (R-CA)
  46. Rep. Mike Garcia (R-CA)
  47. Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA)
  48. Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA)
  49. Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA)
  50. Rep. Jay Obernolte (R-CA)
  51. Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO)
  52. Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL)
  53. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL)
  54. Rep. Neal Dunn (R-FL)
  55. Rep. Scott Franklin (R-FL)
  56. Rep. Carlos Gimenez (R-FL) (Turncoat)
  57. Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL)
  58. Rep. Bill Posey (R-FL)
  59. Rep. John Rutherford (R-FL)
  60. Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL)
  61. Rep. Daniel Webster (R-FL)
  62. Rep. Russ Fulcher (R-ID)
  63. Rep. Rick Allen (R-GA)
  64. Rep. Buddy Carter (R-GA)
  65. Rep. Mary Miller (R-IL)
  66. Rep. Jim Baird (R-IN)
  67. Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN)
  68. Rep. Greg Pence (R-IN)
  69. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN)
  70. Rep. Ron Estes (R-KA)
  71. Rep. Jacob LaTurner (R-KA)
  72. Rep. Tracey Mann (R-KA)
  73. Rep. Harold Rogers (R-KY)
  74. Rep. Garret Graves (R-LA)
  75. Rep. Clay Higgins (R-LA)
  76. Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA)
  77. Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD)
  78. Rep. Jack Bergman (R-MI)
  79. Rep. Lisa McClain (R-MI)
  80. Rep. Tim Walberg (R-MI)
  81. Rep. Michelle Fischbach (R-MN)
  82. Rep. Jim Hagedorn (R-MN)
  83. Rep. Michael Guest (R-MS) (Turncoat)
  84. Rep. Trent Kelly (R-MS)
  85. Rep. Steven Palazzo (R-MS)
  86. Rep. Sam Graves (R-MO)
  87. Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO)
  88. Rep. Billy Long (R-MO)
  89. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO)
  90. Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO)
  91. Rep. Matt Rosendale (R-MO)
  92. Rep. Dan Bishop (R-NC)
  93. Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC)
  94. Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC)
  95. Rep. Greg Murphy (R-NC)
  96. Rep. David Rouzer (R-NC)
  97. Rep. Chris Jacobs (R-NY)
  98. Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY)
  99. Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY)
  100. Rep. Adrian Smith (R-NB)
  101. Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH)
  102. Rep. Warren Davidson (R-OH)
  103. Rep. Bob Gibbs (R-OH)
  104. Rep. Bill Johnson (R-OH)
  105. Rep. Stephanie Bice (R-OK) (Turncoat)
  106. Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK)
  107. Rep. Kevin Hern (R-OK)
  108. Rep. Frank Lucas (R-OK)
  109. Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-OK)
  110. Rep. Cliff Bentz (R-OR) (Turncoat)
  111. Rep. Tom Rice (R-SC) (However,he was a turncoat and voted to impeach Trump)
  112. Rep. William Timmons (R-SC)
  113. Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC)
  114. Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN)
  115. Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-TN)
  116. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (R-TN)
  117. Rep. David Kustoff (R-TN)
  118. Rep. John Rose (R-TN)
  119. Rep. Jodey Arrington (R-TX)
  120. Rep. Michael Burgess (R-TX)
  121. Rep. John Carter (R-TX)
  122. Rep. Michael Cloud (R-TX)
  123. Rep. Pat Fallon (R-TX)
  124. Rep. Troy Nehls (R-TX)
  125. Rep. August Pfluger (R-TX)
  126. Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX)
  127. Rep. Beth Van Duyne (R-TX)
  128. Rep. Randy Weber (R-TX)
  129. Rep. Roger Williams (R-TX)
  130. Rep. Ron Wright (R-TX)
  131. Rep. Ben Cline (R-VA)
  132. Rep. Morgan Griffith (R-VA)
  133. Rep. Robert Wittman (R-VA)
  134. Rep. Carol Miller (R-WV)
  135. Rep. Alexander Mooney (R-WV)
  136. Rep. Scott Fitzgerald (R-WS)
  137. Rep. Tom Tiffany (R-WS)
  138. Rep. Gary Palmer (R-AL)
  139. Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-AZ)

Senate[14][15]

  1. Sen. Josh Hawley (R–MO)[16] (objected for Arizona and Pennsylvania)
  2. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R–AL) (objected for AZ and PA)
  3. Sen. Mike Braun (R–IN) (reneged)
  4. Sen. Ted Cruz (R–TX) (objected for AZ and PA)
  5. Sen. Ron Johnson (R–WI) (reneged)
  6. Sen. James Lankford (R–OK) (reneged)
  7. Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R–TN) (reneged)
  8. Sen. Steve Daines (R–MT) (reneged)
  9. Sen. John Neely Kennedy (R–LA) (objected for AZ)
  10. Sen. Cynthia Lummis (R–WY) (objected for PA)
  11. Sen. Bill Hagerty (R–TN) (reneged)
  12. Sen. Roger Marshall (R–KS) (objected for AZ and PA)
  13. Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R–GA)[17] (reneged on her promise to object)
  14. Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) (objected for PA)
  15. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (objected for AZ and PA)

Never Trump/neocon/establishment-leaning GOP Senators

Several anti-Trump/establishment Republican Senators have indicated their opposition to objecting to Biden Electors:

  1. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R–WV)[18]
  2. Sen. Tom Cotton (R–AR),[19] who is misguided by neocons and even initially opposed the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court
  3. Sen. Kevin Cramer (R–ND)[18]
  4. Sen. John Hoeven (R–ND)[18]
  5. Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R–AK), a pro-abortion RINO who initially opposed Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, and then flip-flopped on the issue; a puppet for liberals, Murkowski absurdly called for Trump to resign in January 2021, merely days before his term would expire.
  6. Sen. Mitt Romney (R–UT), a pro-immigration hater of Trump who was the only Republican to side with Dems in the baseless impeachment and removal attempt.
  7. Sen. Ben Sasse (R–NE), a Never Trumper funded by the Koch brothers network of Trump haters.
  8. Sen. Pat Toomey (R–PA), a lame duck senator who is retiring in 2022 rather than running for reelection,[20] and who won in 2016 based only on Trump's coattails.

House Members Mistakenly Wanting to Defer to States even if Fraud

  1. Rep. Thomas Massie (R–KY)
  2. Rep. Tom McClintock (R–CA)
  3. Rep. Chip Roy (R–TX)
  4. Rep. Ken Buck (R–CO),
  5. Rep. Kelly Armstrong (R–ND)
  6. Rep. Mike Gallagher (R–WI)
  7. Rep. Nancy Mace (R–SC)

References

  1. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/electoral-college-some-republicans-plan-to-challenge-bidens-victory-heres-what-happened-when-democrats-challenged-bush/ar-BB1cgAcF
  2. https://www.politico.com/story/2017/01/no-trump-electoral-college-challenge-233294
  3. https://www.nationalreview.com/news/mo-brooks-dozens-of-house-republicans-may-object-to-electoral-college-results/
  4. Brufke, Juliegrace (December 30, 2020). Here are the Republicans planning to challenge the Electoral College results. The Hill. Retrieved December 30, 2020.
  5. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/01/07/us/elections/electoral-college-biden-objectors.html
  6. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/madison-cawthorn-vows-to-contest-presidential-election-result-help-primary-gop-holdouts/ar-BB1c9A4E
  7. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/gop-lawmakers-are-set-to-challenge-states-electoral-college-votes-in-a-last-ditch-attempt-to-overturn-trumps-election-defeat/ar-BB1c9hgK
  8. https://www.al.com/news/2020/12/barry-moore-to-support-mo-brooks-in-electoral-college-challenge.html
  9. https://nationalfile.com/louie-gohmert-sues-mike-pence-demands-vice-president-not-to-accept-electoral-votes-from-contested-states/
  10. https://www.texomashomepage.com/news/local-news/congressman-elect-ronny-jackson-plans-to-challenge-joe-bidens-electoral-college-victory/
  11. Bleau, Hannah (December 31, 2020). Rep.-Elect Diana Harshbarger Will Object to Electoral College Votes. Breitbart News Network. Retrieved December 31, 2020.
  12. https://nypost.com/2021/01/04/rep-stefanik-to-object-to-certifying-electoral-college-results/
  13. https://twitter.com/RepChrisStewart/status/1346156714798833665
  14. Carney, Jourdain (January 2, 2021). 11 Senate Republicans say they will oppose Electoral College results Wednesday. The Hill. Retrieved January 2, 2021.
  15. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/six-six-gop-senators-stood-president-arizona-election-results/
  16. https://therightscoop.com/breaking-josh-hawley-announces-he-will-object-to-electoral-votes-on-jan-6th/
  17. Carney, Jordain (January 4, 2021). Loeffler to challenge Electoral College results Wednesday. The Hill. Retrieved January 4, 2021.
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Carney, Jordain (January 4, 2021). Senate GOP opposition grows to objecting to Electoral College results. The Hill. Retrieved January 4, 2021.
  19. Bolton, Alexander (January 3, 2021). Cotton breaks with conservative colleagues who will oppose electoral vote count. The Hill. Retrieved January 4, 2021.
  20. Bolton, Alexander (October 5, 2020). Toomey announces retirement at end of 2022. The Hill. Retrieved January 3, 2021.