REp. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) tried to sue Vice President Mike Pence and it got dismissed. Gohmert wanted to force Pence to turn over the results of the election, but the courts basically said no and see you later. Gohmert then spoke of violence in an odd way, via The Hill:
"The bottom line is the court is saying, 'We're not going to touch this. You have no remedy,'" Gohmert told Newsmax.
"Essentially, the ruling would be 'You have to go to the streets and be as violent as antifa, BLM,'" he added.
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Gohmert was referring to protests that at times became violent over the summer as anti-fascist protesters and Black Lives Matter demonstrators took to the streets following the deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd during encounters with law enforcement personnel.
Gohmert blasted the court and others for not hearing evidence that he and other allies of President Trump have claimed will prove that widespread voter fraud occurred during the 2020 election. Dozens of court cases across several key battleground states brought by the Trump campaign have been tossed, citing no proof of widespread election fraud.
Top federal officials such as ex-Attorney General William Barr and former cybersecurity chief Christopher Krebs have also vouched for the election's security.
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