With President Donald Trump continuing to pursue all of the legal remedies available to him as he makes his case for widespread voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election, Republican members-elect to the U.S. House of Representatives are calling for a formal investigation into voter fraud.
Led by Congresswoman-elect Kat Cammack from Florida, the group is urging House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to “support the integrity “of the election process by asking her to open a formal investigation into allegations of voter fraud.
The group took a swipe at Speaker Pelosi past investigations into the Trump administration, including the inquiry that led to House Democrats impeaching the president.
The soon-to-be legislators wrote to Pelosi that because she had a “zest for all sorts of investigation,” she had the ability and capacity to start a “thorough investigation into the voter irregularities” that have been alleged.
The members-elect also pointed to the allegations of voter observation restrictions, “missing and unaccounted voting machine memory cards,” and mail-in ballots that had “missing or unverified signatures.”
“Guaranteeing every U.S. citizen’s right to vote in a free and fair election is key to protecting our Constitutional Republic, and it is the duty of each of us to ensure that right,” stated the members-elect in a statement. “Our constituents demand that these reported gross violations of our elections process are investigated process with the intent of restoring confidence in our electoral process.”
Fellow Floridians Scott Franklin and Byron Donalds, joined Texans Pat Fallon, Beth Van Duyne, Troy Nehls, August Pfluger, and Ronny Jackson, all signed the letter to Pelosi.