America Under Siege & 2020 Election

The Insurrection (R)

Outgoing President Trump has Incited Riot This January 6th, 2021.

United States Capital Invaded, Electoral College Certification Suspended

Outgoing President Trump has Incited Riot This January 6th, 2021. United States Capital Invaded. Electoral College Certification Suspended. Law enforcement regain control of the Capital grounds that was seizure by pro-Trump forces. In the early hours of January 7th, 2021, United States Congress certified Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States.

8-Republican Senators were among Republican House members aiding in this failed insurrection to overturn Election results, All Republican Senators recanted with exception of Senator Josh Hawley from Missouri. These insurrectionist objected to the certification of election results from certain States the Trump had lost. Beginning after the 2020 election, Trump falsely claimed the election was stolen from him. He proceeded with 61-Lawsuits in State and Federal courts as well as the Supreme court to overturn the election results. All were lost or rejected due to lack of any proof or evidence.

2020 U.S. election results

Results President Electoral vote Popular vote
Winner Joe Biden 306 81,268,924
Loser Donald Trump 232 74,216,154


The Insurrection Playlist

1st. video: Senator Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
Senator Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Republican from Kentucky remarks on 2020 election results before Capital was invaded by pro-Trump forces.
Senator McConnell warns Senators not to object to the certification of election results, Senator McConnell had supported President Trump up-to this moment.

2nd. video: Senator Mitt Romney
Republican Senator Mitt Romney from Utah remarks following Capitol Lock Down on January 6th, 2021. His remarks best sum up how America got to this point.
Honest and to the point, its good to see a prominent Republican standup and “Tell the Truth”!

Video montage of the January 6, 2021 Attack on the U.S. Capitol used by impeachment managers opening statement during the U.S. Senate Impeachment Trial of former President Trump. WARNING: Graphic language and content.


GOP and The Insurrection

The 8-Insurrectionist Senators;

  1. Senator Ted Cruz, Texas
  2. Senator Josh Hawley, Missouri,,
  3. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith, Mississippi
  4. Senator Roger Marshall, Kansas
  5. Senator John Kennedy, Louisiana
  6. Senator Tommy Tuberville, Alabama
  7. Senator Rick Scott, Florida
  8. Senator Cynthia Lummis, Wyoming

The Insurrectionist House members; (139 Republicans)

  1. Robert B. Aderholt, Alabama
  2. Mo Brooks, Alabama
  3. Jerry Carl, Alabama
  4. Barry Moore, Alabama
  5. Gary Palmer, Alabama
  6. Mike Rogers, Alabama
  7. Andy Biggs, Arizona
  8. Paul Gosar, Arizona
  9. Debbie Lesko, Arizona
  10. David Schweikert, Arizona
  11. Rick Crawford, Arkansas
  12. Ken Calvert, California
  13. Mike Garcia, California
  14. Darrell Issa, California
  15. Doug LaMalfa, California
  16. Kevin McCarthy, California
  17. Devin Nunes, California
  18. Jay Obernolte, California
  19. Lauren Boebert, Colorado
  20. Doug Lamborn, Colorado
  21. Kat Cammack, Florida
  22. Mario Diaz-Balart, Florida
  23. Byron Donalds, Florida
  24. Neal Dunn, Florida
  25. Scott Franklin, Florida
  26. Matt Gaetz, Florida
  27. Carlos Gimenez, Florida
  28. Brian Mast, Florida
  29. Bill Posey, Florida
  30. John Rutherford, Florida
  31. Greg Steube, Florida
  32. Daniel Webster, Florida
  33. Rick Allen, Georgia
  34. Earl L. “Buddy” Carter, Georgia
  35. Andrew Clyde, Georgia
  36. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Georgia
  37. Jody Hice, Georgia
  38. Barry Loudermilk, Georgia
  39. Russ Fulcher, Idaho
  40. Mike Bost, Illinois
  41. Mary Miller, Illinois
  42. Jim Baird, Indiana
  43. Jim Banks, Indiana
  44. Greg Pence, Indiana
  45. Jackie Walorski, Indiana
  46. Ron Estes, Kansas
  47. Jacob LaTurner, Kansas
  48. Tracey Mann, Kansas
  49. Harold Rogers, Kentucky
  50. Garret Graves, Louisiana
  51. Clay Higgins, Louisiana
  52. Mike Johnson, Louisiana
  53. Steve Scalise, Louisiana
  54. Andy Harris, Maryland
  55. Jack Bergman, Michigan
  56. Lisa McClain, Michigan
  57. Tim Walberg, Michigan
  58. Michelle Fischbach, Minnesota
  59. Jim Hagedorn, Minnesota
  60. Michael Guest, Mississippi
  61. Trent Kelly, Mississippi
  62. Steven Palazzo, Mississippi
  63. Sam Graves, Missouri
  64. Vicky Hartzler, Missouri
  65. Billy Long, Missouri
  66. Blaine Luetkemeyer, Missouri
  67. Jason Smith, Missouri
  68. Matt Rosendale, Montana
  69. Dan Bishop, North Carolina
  70. Ted Budd, North Carolina
  71. Madison Cawthorn, North Carolina
  72. Virginia Foxx, North Carolina
  73. Richard Hudson, North Carolina
  74. Gregory F. Murphy, North Carolina
  75. David Rouzer, North Carolina
  76. Jeff Van Drew, New Jersey
  77. Yvette Herrell, New Mexico
  78. Chris Jacobs, New York
  79. Nicole Malliotakis, New York
  80. Elise M. Stefanik, New York
  81. Lee Zeldin, New York
  82. Adrian Smith, Nebraska
  83. Steve Chabot, Ohio
  84. Warren Davidson, Ohio
  85. Bob Gibbs, Ohio
  86. Bill Johnson, Ohio
  87. Jim Jordan, Ohio
  88. Stephanie Bice, Oklahoma
  89. Tom Cole, Oklahoma
  90. Kevin Hern, Oklahoma
  91. Frank Lucas, Oklahoma
  92. Markwayne Mullin, Oklahoma
  93. Cliff Bentz, Oregon
  94. John Joyce, Pennsylvania
  95. Fred Keller, Pennsylvania
  96. Mike Kelly, Pennsylvania
  97. Daniel Meuser, Pennsylvania
  98. Scott Perry, Pennsylvania
  99. Guy Reschenthaler, Pennsylvania
  100. Lloyd Smucker, Pennsylvania
  101. Glenn Thompson, Pennsylvania
  102. Jeff Duncan, South Carolina
  103. Ralph Norman, South Carolina
  104. Tom Rice, South Carolina
  105. William Timmons, South Carolina
  106. Joe Wilson, South Carolina
  107. Tim Burchett, Tennessee
  108. Scott DesJarlais, Tennessee
  109. Chuck Fleischmann, Tennessee
  110. Mark E. Green, Tennessee
  111. Diana Harshbarger, Tennessee
  112. David Kustoff, Tennessee
  113. John Rose, Tennessee
  114. Jodey Arrington, Texas
  115. Brian Babin, Texas
  116. Michael C. Burgess, Texas
  117. John R. Carter, Texas
  118. Michael Cloud, Texas
  119. Pat Fallon, Texas
  120. Louie Gohmert, Texas
  121. Lance Gooden, Texas
  122. Ronny Jackson, Texas
  123. Troy Nehls, Texas
  124. August Pfluger, Texas
  125. Pete Sessions, Texas
  126. Beth Van Duyne, Texas
  127. Randy Weber, Texas
  128. Roger Williams, Texas
  129. Ron Wright, Texas
  130. Burgess Owens, Utah
  131. Chris Stewart, Utah
  132. Ben Cline, Virginia
  133. Bob Good, Virginia
  134. Morgan Griffith, Virginia
  135. Robert J. Wittman, Virginia
  136. Carol Miller, West Virginia
  137. Alexander X. Mooney, West Virginia
  138. Scott Fitzgerald, Wisconsin
  139. Tom Tiffany, Wisconsin



Vice President Statement


Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday delivered a statement before a reconvened session of Congress interrupted by pro-Trump demonstrators who stormed the Capitol as lawmakers certified the 2020 election results.

Today was a dark day in the history of the United States Capitol. But thanks to the swift efforts of U.S. Capitol Police, federal, state and local law enforcement, the violence was quelled. The Capitol is secured, and the people’s work continues.

We condemn the violence that took place here in the strongest possible terms. We grieve the loss of life in these hallowed halls, as well as the injuries suffered by those who defended our Capitol today. And we will always be grateful to the men and women who stayed at their posts to defend this historic place.

To those who wreaked havoc in our Capitol today, you did not win. Violence never wins. Freedom wins. And this is still the people’s house. And as we reconvene in this chamber, the world will again witness the resilience and strength of our democracy, for even in the wake of unprecedented violence and vandalism at this Capitol, the elected representatives of the people of the United States have assembled again on the very same day to support and defend the Constitution of the United States.

So may God bless the lost, the injured and the heroes forged on this day. May God bless all who serve here and those who protect this place. And may god bless the United States of America.

Let’s get back to work.

President Trump and the Republican insurrectionist argued that the Constitution lets Vice President reject electors to over turn the election results. The Vice President disagreed and presided over the electoral college certification honorably. The United States Congress certified Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States.


How we got to this point… Historical Records Archives


The New York Times – “77 Days – Trump’s Campaign to Subvert the Election”

Trump’s Campaign to Subvert the Election

Hours after the United States voted, President Trump declared the election a fraud — a lie that unleashed a movement that would shatter democratic norms and upend the peaceful transfer of power. Election issues has been proven beyond reasonable doubt by State, Federal, Supreme Court and intelligent people. You gave a voice to lies and deceptions from the President, knowingly deceived the people, unknowingly your ignorant. The New York Times published “77 Days – Trump’s Campaign to Subvert the Election” (Archived).pdf






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