GOP Leaders Who Don’t Fight For Trump Could Be Replaced In Primaries By Voters

( – Controversy continues to surround the results of the 2020 presidential election. Lawyers working for the Trump campaign continue challenging the results through the courts in several key battleground states. Damning evidence recently emerged indicating the Dominion Voting System used by many states altered election results by design.

Currently, there’s a push for legislators to challenge the Electoral College ballots on January 6 when Congress meets to validate the election. It takes both a Representative and a Senator to initiate the process, and Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) already vowed to contest the results. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and others indicated they are open to filing an objection.

Meanwhile, “Stop the Steal” movement leaders are setting their sights on Republican senators who don’t step up and support the effort to overturn the Electoral College results.

The group’s director, Ali Alexander, vowed his movement would encourage others to vote out Republican senators not supporting their efforts in the 2022 primaries. He also called out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), reminding him that he has a role in the process.

It’s important that Stop the Steal has undertaken the important task of reminding Republicans of their obligation to do what’s best for their party and country. After all, they represent the American people as well as their political aspirations.

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