The new elected president of the United State, Joe Biden, who contested the November 3, 2020 presidential election on the platform of the Democratic Party and defeated the incumbent President, Donald Trump, is scheduled to be sworn in on 20th January, 2020.
But, according to report, eleven Senators-elect of the Republican Party have pledge to do all necessary thing and stop the swearing-in of President elect, Joe Biden.
They intend to appeal the upcoming certificate of the outcome of the election, the top Republican Senators and newly elected ones said.
The senators are led by Texas Senator, Ted Cruz. We are going to vote against the certification of electors from states where Trump has disputed Democrat Biden’s victory, revealed in a joint statement on Saturday.
President Donald Trump has not conceded defeat up till date after losing most of the court cases he filled challenging Biden’s win.
In justifying their plans, the Senators claimed that the election “featured unprecedented allegations of voter fraud, violations and lacked enforcement of election law, and other voting irregularities.
However, another Republican lawmaker, Senator Josh Hawley vowed to join with some Republican House of Representatives members to object to the certification of the election results, in a similar but separate action.