by Charlotte Culbertson, Epoch Times WASHINGTON-As credible
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allegations of election malfeasance continue to emerge, the majority of Republican politicians remain on the sidelines, simply saying that the president deserves his day in court.On the federal level, among the most outspoken are, predictably, members of the
many of whom hail from
one of the six contested states—Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia. (*The House Freedom Caucus, is a congressional caucus consisting of conservative Republican members of the U.S. House. The caucus is ideologically aligned with the Tea Party movement. Approximately 31 of the 196 Republicans in the House are members of the Freedom Caucus.
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(R-Ariz.) and Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) go so far as to say they believe President Donald Trump won. Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) is taking his case to the U.S. Supreme Court, and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has offered to make oral arguments for the case. A dozen members of the Freedom Caucus held a press conference on Dec. 3 to urge Attorney General Bill Barr to investigate the claims of fraud, saying that a lack of clean elections and trust in the system will spell the end of the republic.
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There are 196 Republican representatives in the House, and a scroll through the Twitter accounts of many found they were united last week in protesting against Democrats’ efforts to pass legislation on marijuana legalisation instead of relief for small businesses. But there were barely any posts that address election issues, amplify the election allegations made, or comment on the recent hearings held in the contested states—suggesting they’re avoiding wading in.
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The representatives’ efforts, or lack thereof, don’t seem to match voter sentiment, considering that more than 70 percent of Republican voters are saying they don’t trust that the election was free and fair, according to a POLITICO/Morning Consult poll published on Nov. 10. (See “Background” below for a second poll) In Georgia, more than 90 percent of Trump voters don’t trust the results of the presidential election, according to an online survey of more than 1,700 subscribers to the The Epoch Times on Dec. 8.
At a Trump rally in Osvaldo,
Georgia, on Dec. 5, the crowd broke out chanting “Fight for Trump! Fight for Trump!” as the two senators up for reelection, Kelly Woefuller and David Purdue, took the stage. Meanwhile, President Trump has been urging Republicans to “get tough” as he continues to raise awareness of affidavits by election workers and poll watchers that allege election fraud, as well as statistical anomalies and potential legal aberrations. … Epoch Times contributor and political commentator Roger Simon said the disparity highlights the existence of two Republican parties.
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The House Freedom Caucus gives a voice to countless Americans who feel that Washington does not represent them. We support open, accountable and limited government, the Constitution and the rule of law, and policies that promote the liberty, safety and prosperity of all Americans.
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