Here are the GOP Members Who Refused to Fight the Fraud

Here are the GOP Members Who Refused to Fight the Fraud



On Wednesday night, 11 PM Eastern, the chance to prove significant voter fraud in a swing state dissolved as 83 GOP members disagreed on the claim.

One hundred twenty-one (121) Republican lawmakers voted to agree with the objection in Arizona’s fraudulent election, while eighty-three (83) from the same party disagreed.

The eighty-three (83) GOP lawmakers who chose to look the other way should be primaried out of office in the next election. 

Two years would be enough to kick them out of the office for fleeing the fight.

The Gateway Pundit listed the double-crossers as follows.

REPRESENTATIVE PARTY STATE VOTE



Amodei Republican Nevada NAY

Armstrong Republican North Dakota NAY

Bacon Republican Nebraska NAY

 Balderson Republican Ohio NAY



 Barr Republican Kentucky NAY

 Bentz Republican Oregon NAY

 Buchanan Republican Florida NAY

 Buck Republican Colorado NAY

 Bucshon Republican Indiana NAY

 Chabot Republican Ohio NAY

 Cheney Republican Wyoming NAY

 Comer Republican Kentucky NAY

 Crenshaw Republican Texas NAY

 Curtis Republican Utah NAY

 Davis, Rodney Republican Illinois NAY

 Emmer Republican Minnesota NAY

 Feenstra Republican Iowa NAY

 Ferguson Republican Georgia NAY

 Fitzpatrick Republican Pennsylvania NAY

 Fortenberry Republican Nebraska NAY

 Foxx Republican North Carolina NAY

 Gallagher Republican Wisconsin NAY

 Garbarino Republican New York NAY

 Gonzales, Tony Republican Texas NAY

 Gonzalez (OH) Republican Ohio NAY

 Graves (LA) Republican Louisiana NAY

 Grothman Republican Wisconsin NAY

 Guthrie Republican Kentucky NAY

 Herrera Beutler Republican Washington NAY

 Hill Republican Arkansas NAY

 Hinson Republican Iowa NAY

 Hollingsworth Republican Indiana NAY

 Huizenga Republican Michigan NAY

 Johnson (SD) Republican South Dakota NAY

 Joyce (OH) Republican Ohio NAY

 Katko Republican New York NAY

 Keller Republican Pennsylvania NAY

 Kinzinger Republican Illinois NAY

 Kustoff Republican Tennessee NAY

 LaHood Republican Illinois NAY

 Latta Republican Ohio NAY

 Mace Republican South Carolina NAY

 Massie Republican Kentucky NAY

 McCaul Republican Texas NAY

 McClintock Republican California NAY

 McHenry Republican North Carolina NAY

 McKinley Republican West Virginia NAY

 Meijer Republican Michigan NAY

 Meuser Republican Pennsylvania NAY

 Miller-Meeks Republican Iowa NAY

 Moolenaar Republican Michigan NAY

 Mooney Republican West Virginia NAY

 Moore (UT) Republican Utah NAY

 Murphy (NC) Republican North Carolina NAY

 Newhouse Republican Washington NAY

 Owens Republican Utah NAY

 Pence Republican Indiana NAY

 Reed Republican New York NAY

 Rodgers (WA) Republican Washington NAY

 Roy Republican Texas NAY

 Schweikert Republican Arizona NAY

 Scott, Austin Republican Georgia NAY

 Simpson Republican Idaho NAY

 Smith (NJ) Republican New Jersey NAY

 Smucker Republican Pennsylvania NAY

 Spartz Republican Indiana NAY

 Stauber Republican Minnesota NAY

 Stefanik Republican New York NAY

 Steil Republican Wisconsin NAY

 Stewart Republican Utah NAY

 Stivers Republican Ohio NAY

 Taylor Republican Texas NAY

 Thompson (PA) Republican Pennsylvania NAY

 Turner Republican Ohio NAY

 Upton Republican Michigan NAY

 Van Duyne Republican Texas NAY

 Wagner Republican Missouri NAY

 Waltz Republican Florida NAY

 Wenstrup Republican Ohio NAY

 Westerman Republican Arkansas NAY

 Wittman Republican Virginia NAY

 Womack Republican Arkansas NAY

 Young Republican Alaska NAY

A total of three hundred three (303) lawmakers voted to disagree on the objection, while seven (7) declined to vote.