The Hill reports:
A Hail-Mary bid by House Republicans to flip the election results in favor of President Trump is sowing deep divisions in the GOP ranks. Those forces may be set to collide on Jan. 6, when Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) is vowing to launch an improbable effort to force votes in both chambers designed to block President-elect Joe Biden.
Thus far, Brooks’s gambit has received no backing from senior GOP leaders. And House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) seemed to tip his hand in opposition to Brooks’s tactics on Monday, telling the Fox Business Network that taking election challenges to Congress is “the wrong method.”
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