Eric Trump, the son of President Donald Trump, issued a statement Tuesday vowing to support a primary opponent against any elected federal lawmaker who did not object to Congress certifying Joe Biden’s presumptive win on Wednesday.
GOP Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Josh Hawley of Missouri, along with dozens of other Republicans in the Senate and House, signaled they would object to results showing Biden won the election. Others, such as Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah and James Inhofe of Oklahoma, will not stand in the way.
Per the younger Trump, those who are refusing to stand against what many view as widespread election fraud in November have earned themselves a permanent ticket back home away from Washington.
In no uncertain terms, Eric Trump laid into Republican lawmakers he sees as not standing up for his father by refusing to fight alleged election malfeasance on a massive scale.