Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) and President Donald Trump’s defeated electors from Arizona may force Vice President Mike Pence to publicly pick a side in Trump’s bid to overturn his 2020 election loss.
Though the lawsuit itself is unlikely to gain legal traction, it does put Pence in the position of having to either contest the suit — putting him on the opposite side of Trump and his GOP defenders — or support it and lay bare the intention to subvert the will over the voters in the 2020 election.
Pence has engaged with GOP lawmakers seeking to reverse the election results but has avoided publicly taking a side in the matter, and he has given no indication how he intends to handle his role presiding over the Jan. 6 session of Congress set to certify Biden’s victory.
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Patriot @LLinWood is correct, my dear Americans. We cannot allow Mike Pence to not answers what will happen on January 6th. The safety of our family and our very republic is at stake. We all know Democrat’s colluded with China to steal the election. We can’t have Pence betray us.
— Bruce Porter, Jr. (@NetworksManager) December 26, 2020