Trump Warns Senator Tom Cotton After He Betrayed Him On Election Challenge

( President Donald Trump warned Senator Tom Cotton on Monday that his decision not to object to the Electoral College results on January 6 would legitimize a corrupt election. The president’s comments were made on Twitter and followed an announcement from the Arkansas senator that he would be voting to make Joe Biden the next president.

“How can you certify an election when the numbers being certified are verifiably WRONG,” the president asked his Twitter followers.

The president then promised to show the real numbers during his speech in Georgia, in support of Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue who are fighting to stay in the Senate.

The president cautioned Cotton, saying that Republicans “never forget,” suggesting that the senator’s political future was uncertain if he did not stand up for election integrity.

Well…is he wrong?

Cotton has since maintained his position, refusing to join a dozen Republican lawmakers led by Senator Ted Cruz of Texas in rejecting the Electoral College vote off the back of massive evidence of election fraud. Cruz is joined by Senator Josh Hawley, amongst others, as well as potentially over 100 Republican members of the House.

Senator Cotton used the same argument as so-called “Republican” Senator Mitt Romney, suggesting that objecting to the Electoral College vote would set a bad precedent…seemingly ignoring the fact that this system was designed precisely to remedy elections impacted by fraud or misconduct.

“Objecting to certified electoral votes won’t give him a second term – it will only embolden those Democrats who want to erode further our system of constitutional government,” he said in a statement.

However, there are already more than enough Representatives and Senators to trigger a two-hour debate period per state, in which evidence of election fraud can and will be shown in Congress.

What kind of constitutional government will be left if a president is elected off the back of a fraudulent election?