Electoral College

The lawsuit accuses 10 Trump supporters of engaging in fraud and conspiracy for filling out paperwork claiming to be “duly elected.”
The first daughter’s decision to cooperate is significant for the committee, which has been trying to secure an interview with her since late January.
They're finding it hard to simply state the obvious: that it is undemocratic to suggest one man can overturn the results of a free and fair election.
Bannon also called the former vice president a "stone-cold coward" for refusing to violate the Constitution as Capitol rioters called for him to be "hanged."
Trump accused Pence of being an "automatic conveyor belt" for "Old Crow Mitch McConnell" to get Joe Biden elected.
“We recognize that updating the Electoral Count Act is not a substitute for confronting the wider crises facing our democracy,” said Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.).
The panel is demanding info and testimony from people who allegedly submitted false Electoral College certificates declaring Trump the winner of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, New Mexico, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
What seemed like political theater at the time actually violated state and federal fraud laws, according to current and former prosecutors.
This is "not protected speech,” said Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel. “It’s an attack on the very fabric of our system of government.”
“Obviously this is part of a much bigger conspiracy,” state attorney general Dana Nessel said.