126 Republicans Engage in Treason to Overturn 2020 Election

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Lawsuit to Have the Election Overturned by U.S. Supreme Court

Description from YouTube: Jesse talks about the bogus election case which has been brought before the U.S. Supreme Court by the state of Texas et al. Jesse reads some of the response from Pennsylvania, one of the defendants in the case, who called the case seditious!

 

After 40 bogus lawsuits brought by Trump were struck down, 18 Republican Attorney Generals & over 100 Congressional Republicans signed onto a “Last Ditch Effort” Treasonous Lawsuit brought by Texas to have the Supreme Court disregard millions of voters and Overturn the 2020 Election.  IMO, this is IN YOUR FACE Seditious Abuse, Insurrection and (IMO) all involved should be Tried for Treason.

 

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On Friday morning, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough and co-host Willie Geist accused Vice President Mike Pence and the 106 Republican House members who signed onto Donald Trump’s attack on the 2020 presidential election of committing sedition and treason against the people of the United States.

In the words of Geist, what they are doing by signing onto an amicus brief attacking the election in support of the president can only be described as a “lame coup.”

“It’s bad enough that Mike Pence and other Republicans at the highest reaches of government are doing what they’re doing over the last 5 1/2 weeks which is looking the other way while the president tries to pull off this lame coup, but knowing is the worst part,” Geist began. “Knowing that it’s wrong, knowing that it’s false, knowing that Joe Biden is the president-elect. They all know, they all say it in private, they’re calling Joe Biden to congratulate him. But they’re going out and again, they’re signing on in the Congress to these letters and these amicus briefs to support lawsuits, they’re fraudulent.”

 

Meet the 126 ANTI-DEMOCRATIC FASCIST GOP Members of Congress Who Tried to Overturn the Election overturn the election and make Donald Trump an unelected dictator!

The Supreme Court has rejected Texas’ lawsuit to overturn the results of the election. These are the 126 GOP TRAITORS who supported it.

 

These 18 Republican (ANTI-DEMOCRATIC FASCIST) Attorney Generals who attempted to overturn the 2020 election in the Supreme Court and over-ride the will of the American people.

 

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Description from Youtube: “Seditious Abuse” – The Coup Attempt By The Corrupt Texas Attorney General

“Call what is going on by its real name: treason against democracy.

We are in this mess because we use euphemisms. Today, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro refused to sugarcoat it. His response to the actions of his corrupt counterpart in Texas – who is facing decades in prison and is angling for a Trump pardon – was to call the bid by one state to overturn the election results in four DIFFERENT states exactly what it is: “seditious abuse.”

We need to call things by their correct name. 126 people signed an amicus brief on behalf of the Texas coup attempt. They claim to be GOP Congresspeople. In fact, they are traitors to democracy. And the likelihood that the suit for which they – Jim Jordan, Louie Gohmert, Mo Brooks, Steve Scalise and others – have now prostituted themselves will go nowhere is irrelevant.

The mere action, without any consequences, sets a precedent, that whenever Republicans don’t like the outcome of an election anywhere, they can sue to overturn it, and dismantle democracy. Sooner or later, one of these suits will work. And not acknowledging this means we are also not acknowledging that the Republican Party is completing its metamorphosis from opposition to sedition.”

 

 

List of Names of ANTI-DEMOCRATIC FASCIST GOP Traitors who Supported Overturning the Election

Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Gary Palmer of Alabama’s 6th Congressional District

Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Ralph Abraham of Louisiana’s 5th Congressional District

Rep. Rick W. Allen of Georgia’s 12th Congressional District

Rep. James R. Baird of Indiana’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Jim Banks of Indiana’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. Jack Bergman of Michigan’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona’s 5th Congressional District

Rep. Gus Bilirakis of Florida’s 12th Congressional District

Rep. Dan Bishop of North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District

Rep. Mike Bost of Illinois’s 12th Congressional District

Rep. Kevin Brady of Texas’s 8th Congressional District

Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama’s 5th Congressional District

Rep. Ken Buck of Colorado’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Ted Budd of North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District

Rep. Tim Burchett of Tennessee’s 2nd Congressional District

Rep. Michael C. Burgess of Texas’s 26th Congressional District

Rep. Bradley Byrne of Alabama’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Ken Calvert of California’s 42nd Congressional District

Rep. Earl L. “Buddy” Carter of Georgia’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Ben Cline of Virginia’s 6th Congressional District

Rep. Michael Cloud of Texas’s 27th Congressional District

Rep. Mike Conaway of Texas’s 11th Congressional District

Rep. Rick Crawford of Arkansas’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Dan Crenshaw of Texas’s 2nd Congressional District

Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart of Florida’s 25th Congressional District

Rep. Jeff Duncan of South Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. Neal P. Dunn of Florida’s 2nd Congressional District

Rep. Tom Emmer of Minnesota’s 6th Congressional District

Rep. Ron Estes of Kansas’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Drew Ferguson of Georgia’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. Chuck Fleischmann of Tennessee’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. Bill Flores of Texas’s 17th Congressional District

Rep. Jeff Fortenberry of Nebraska’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Virginia Foxx of North Carolina’s 5th Congressional District

Rep. Russ Fulcher of Idaho’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Greg Gianforte of Montana’s at-large congressional district

Rep. Bob Gibbs of Ohio’s 7th Congressional District

Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Lance Gooden of Texas’s 5th Congressional District

Rep. Sam Graves of Missouri’s 6th Congressional District

Rep. Mark Green of Tennessee’s 7th Congressional District

Rep. Michael Guest of Mississippi’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. Andy Harris of Maryland’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Vicky Hartzler of Missouri’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Kevin Hern of Oklahoma’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Clay Higgins of Louisiana’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. Trey Hollingsworth of Indiana’s 9th Congressional District

Rep. Richard Hudson of North Carolina’s 8th Congressional District

Rep. Bill Huizenga of Michigan’s 2nd Congressional District

Rep. Bill Johnson of Ohio’s 6th Congressional District

Rep. John Joyce of Pennsylvania’s 13th Congressional District

Rep. Fred Keller of Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District

Rep. Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania’s 16th Congressional District

Rep. Trent Kelly of Mississippi’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Steve King of Iowa’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. David Kustoff of Tennessee’s 8th Congressional District

Rep. Darin LaHood of Illinois’s 18th Congressional District

Rep. Doug LaMalfa of California’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Doug Lamborn of Colorado’s 5th Congressional District

Rep. Robert E. Latta of Ohio’s 5th Congressional District

Rep. Debbie Lesko of Arizona’s 8th Congressional District

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer of Missouri’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. Kenny Marchant of Texas’s 24th Congressional District

Rep. Roger Marshall of Kansas’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Tom McClintock of California’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington’s 5th Congressional District

Rep. Dan Meuser of Pennsylvania’s 9th Congressional District

Rep. Carol D. Miller of West Virginia’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. John Moolenaar of Michigan’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Alex X. Mooney of West Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District

Rep. Markwayne Mullin of Oklahoma’s 2nd Congressional District

Rep. Gregory Murphy of North Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. Dan Newhouse of Washington’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Ralph Norman of South Carolina’s 5th Congressional District

Rep. Scott Perry of Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District

Rep. Guy Reschenthaler of Pennsylvania’s 14th Congressional District

Rep. Tom Rice of South Carolina’s 7th Congressional District

Rep. John Rose of Tennessee’s 6th Congressional District

Rep. David Rouzer of North Carolina’s 7th Congressional District

Rep. John Rutherford of Florida’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Austin Scott of Georgia’s 8th Congressional District

Rep. Mike Simpson of Idaho’s 2nd Congressional District

Rep. Adrian Smith of Nebraska’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. Jason Smith of Missouri’s 8th Congressional District

Rep. Ross Spano of Florida’s 15th Congressional District

Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York’s 21st Congressional District

Rep. Glenn Thompson of Pennsylvania’s 15th Congressional District

Rep. Tom Tiffany of Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District

Rep. William Timmons of South Carolina’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Ann Wagner of Missouri’s 2nd Congressional District

Rep. Tim Walberg of Michigan’s 7th Congressional District

Rep. Michael Waltz of Florida’s 6th Congressional District

Rep. Randy Weber of Texas’s 14th Congressional District

Rep. Daniel Webster of Florida’s 11th Congressional District

Rep. Brad Wenstrup of Ohio’s 2nd Congressional District

Rep. Bruce Westerman of Arkansas’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Roger Williams of Texas’s 25th Congressional District

Rep. Joe Wilson of South Carolina’s 2nd Congressional District

Rep. Rob Wittman of Virginia’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Ron Wright of Texas’s 6th Congressional District

Rep. Ted S. Yoho of Florida’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. Lee Zeldin of New York’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California’s 23rd Congressional District

Rep. Robert Aderholt of Alabama’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Jodey Arrington of Texas’s 19th Congressional District

Rep. Brian Babin of Texas’s 36th Congressional District

Rep. Doug Collins of Georgia’s 9th Congressional District

Rep. Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Morgan Griffith of Virginia’s 9th Congressional District

Rep. Jim Hagedorn of Minnesota’s 1st Congressional District

Rep. Jody Hice of Georgia’s 10th Congressional District

Rep. Billy Long of Missouri’s 7th Congressional District

Rep. Barry Loudermilk of Georgia’s 11th Congressional District

Rep. Steven Palazzo of Mississippi’s 4th Congressional District

Rep. Greg Pence of Indiana’s 6th Congressional District

Rep. Bill Posey of Florida’s 8th Congressional District

Rep. Mike Rogers of Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District

Rep. Pete Stauber of Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District

Rep. W. Gregory Steube of Florida’s 17th Congressional District

Rep. Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District

Rep. Mark Walker of North Carolina’s 6th Congressional District

Rep. Jackie Walorski of Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District

 

Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-N.J.) is asking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to refuse to seat members of the next Congress who backed President Trump’s effort to challenge the election. Pascrell argues that the 14th Amendment prohibits members of Congress from rebelling agains the U.S., and “trying to overturn a democratic election and install a dictator seems like a pretty clear example of that.”

 

“Section 3 of the 14th Amendment was written after the Civil War to bar from government any traitors who would seek to destroy the Union. My letter to House leadership today demands that 126 Republicans (and counting) are violating the Constitution”.

The text of the 14th Amendment expressly forbids Members of Congress from engaging in rebellion against the United States. Trying to overturn a democratic election and install a dictator seems like a pretty clear example of that.

Pelosi’s office didn’t comment on Pascrell’s request, but in a Dear Colleague letter sent Friday evening, Pelosi said the Republicans are “subverting the Constitution by their reckless and fruitless assault on our democracy which threatens to seriously erode public trust in our most sacred democratic institutions, and to set back our progress on the urgent challenges ahead.”

As the Pennsylvania Attorney General said in his state’s response to the suit, it’s a “seditious use of the judicial process…”

 

Description from YouTube; “The Supreme Court may have laughed Trump’s pardon-seeking henchman out of the building (7-2 against hearing the corrupt Texas Attorney General’s Bullshit suit was actually 9-0 because he two who said they’d be willing to hear the case also said they would not have ruled in its favor), but we need to assume Trump’s Coup will simply morph into something new.

But we also must act against House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and the 126 Republican “Representatives” who signed on to an amicus brief on behalf of this naked attempt to overthrow American democracy.

There are laws prohibiting rebellion, but in the 14th Amendment, the Constitution specifically prohibits anyone from sitting in the House or the Senate who having sworn an oath of loyalty to the union, has actively taken part in, or merely supported, attacks on its structures and operations.

Congressman Bill Pascrell of New Jersey wrote to Speaker Pelosi Friday telling her she should investigate how to enforce this constitutional clause and not seat the seditious 126 in the new Congress next month. She might not be able to do it, but she needs to try, because these Republicans need to be taught that standing with Trump against elections and democracy will taint them for life”.

 

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