Ted Cruz will get 11 GOP senators to call for an emergency review of the election result at the joint session of Congress

The Republican group says they will object to Joe Biden’s certification on Jan. 6 unless the electoral commission declares a state of emergency.

Mr. Cruz is accompanied by Ron Johnson, James Lankford, Steve Daines, John Kennedy, Marsha Blackburn, Mike Braun, and the election of Senators Cynthia Lummis, Roger Marshall, Bill Hagerty and Tommy Tuberville.

Together they say the election “contains unprecedented allegations of electoral fraud and illegal behavior.”

“Protest fraud has been a constant challenge in our elections, although the scope and extent are controversial,” the politicians said in a statement.

“The allegations of fraud and irregularities in the 2020 elections surpass our lives in every way.”

This is a separate attempt by Senator Josh Hawley, who says he will object to some states’ alleged non-compliance with their own electoral laws.

Donald Trump refused to give Mr Biden a choice, despite a severe defeat in court on battlefields across the United States.

Mr. Biden overthrew Arizona and Georgia to get him over the 270 votes required to secure the White House and called Mr. Trump slightly defeated in the referendum.

Despite MrTrump’s wildcat electoral fraud allegations, his legal team, which includes former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, has failed to provide credible evidence of lawsuits that have been largely dismissed by judges.

The election results have been ratified by every state and have been named the “safest” election in American history by the former head of the federal government’s cyber security division.

The senators and elected officials claim there is a historical record for Congress to appoint an electoral commission to review the results if they are controversial.

They cite as a precedent the game between Samuel Hayes and Rutherford Hayes in 1877, in which fraud allegations were made in several states.

“In 1877, Congress did not ignore the allegations, nor did the media dismiss those who brand them as radicals trying to undermine democracy,” they said.

“Instead, Congress appointed an electoral commission made up of five senators, five members of the House and five Supreme Court justices to examine and resolve the controversial returns.”

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