The Sedition Caucus

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, will not forget these seditionists who plotted to block Congressional certification of the 2020 Presidential election thereby abetting the deadly Tr*mp Insurrection of January 6, 2021, and we will work tirelessly to remove each and every one of them from office.

“Can any of us really have the confidence that Donald Trump will put his personal interests ahead of the national interests? Is there really any evidence in this presidency that should give us the ironclad confidence that he would do so? You know you can’t count on him to do that. That’s the sad truth . . . . You can trust he will do what’s right for Donald Trump. He’ll do it now. He’s done it before. He’ll do it for the next several months. He’ll do it in the election if he’s allowed to.”

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) closing argument Donald Tr*mp Impeachment Trial Jan 23, 2020

“Mr. President, it looks like you likely lost the state of Georgia. We’re investigating. There’s always a possibility. I get it, and you have the rights to go through the courts. What you don’t have the ability to do, and you need to step up and say this, is stop inspiring people to commit potential acts of violence. Someone’s going to get hurt. Someone’s going to get shot. Someone’s going to get killed.”

Gabriel Sterling, Republican Georgia election official, press conference Dec 1, 2020


Ted Cruz, Texas Senator

Senator Cruz was one of candidate Tr*mp’s most vocal critics during the 2016 election, but then became one of President Tr*mp’s most loyal lackeys. “Lyin’ Ted,” of Texas, objected to Arizona’s election results out of concern for “nearly half the country that believes this election was rigged,” a lie propagated by Tr*mp and his enablers for months. Cruz’s attempt to legitimize the Tr*mp Insurrection for his own political gain will not be forgotten.

Josh Hawley, Missouri Senator

Senator Hawley objected to Pennsylvania’s election results because of pre-election rule changes; a case that had already been thrown out of a federal district court by a Republican appointed judge. Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania said the following when he took great exception to Hawley’s attempt to “overturn the results of the presidential election in Pennsylvania, and thereby deny the voters of Pennsylvania to even participate in the presidential election.” Apparently Hawley, a “Constitutional lawyer,” forgot that states’ rights were a cornerstone of the Republican Party. We will not forget his self-serving hypocrisy.

Mo Brooks, Alabama Representative

Representative Brooks gave the opening speech at the pro-Tr*mp rally that incited the attack on the Capitol. “Today is the day American patriots start taking down names and kicking ass,” Brooks said to the gathered crowd. “Are you willing to do what it takes to fight for America? Louder! Will you fight for America?” Will will not forget that Brooks helped to incite a violent insurrection.

Andy Biggs, Arizona Representative

Paul Gosar, Arizona Representative

According to Ali Alexander, Stop the Steal organizer, representatives Biggs, Gosar and Brooks helped to plan the January 6 protest rally that devolved into the deadly attack on the Capitol.


In addition to Cruz and Hawley, these seditious six Senators voted to block the certification of the 2020 Presidential election, after the Capitol was sacked by an insurrectionist mob. (alphabetical by state)

Tommy Tuberville, Alabama

Et tu, Bubba? Tuberville received a call from President Tr*mp during the riot at the Capitol and then a voicemail from “the president’s lawyer” Rudy Giuliani later in the day imploring him to object to every state and, along with a congressman, get a hearing for every state, I know we would delay you a lot, but it would give us the opportunity to get the legislators who are very, very close to pulling their vote, particularly after what McConnell did today.

Rick Scott, Florida

Roger Marshall, Kansas

John Kennedy, Louisiana

Cindy Hyde-Smith, Mississippi

Cynthia Lummis, Wyoming


139 Republican representatives voted in favor of the objections to certifying the Arizona and/or Pennsylvania electoral college votes. (alphabetical by state)

Robert B. Aderholt, Alabama

Jerry Carl, Alabama

Barry Moore, Alabama

Gary Palmer, Alabama

Mike Rogers, Alabama

Debbie Lesko, Arizona

David Schweikert, Arizona

Rick Crawford, Arkansas

Ken Calvert, California

Mike Garcia, California

Darrell Issa, California

“They’re overplaying a lot of things, including the death of these people on Capitol Hill.” Representative Issa on Fox Business, January 11, 2021.

Doug LaMalfa, California

Kevin McCarthy, California

Minority Leader McCarthy spent months parroting Tr*ump’s baseless claims of voter fraud, voted to block the certification of the presidential election after the violent attack on the Capitol and later claimed that “everybody across this country has some responsibility” for the deadly riot.

Devin Nunes, California

Jay Obernolte, California

Lauren Boebert, Colorado

Representative Boebert Tweeted “Today is 1776” on the morning of January 6, 2021. During the attack on the Capitol Boebert Tweeted the location of the representatives sheltering for safety and the whereabouts of Speaker Pelosi.

Doug Lamborn, Colorado

Kat Cammack, Florida

Mario Diaz-Balart, Florida

Byron Donalds, Florida

Neal Dunn, Florida

Scott Franklin, Florida

Matt Gaetz, Florida

Carlos Gimenez, Florida

Brian Mast, Florida

Bill Posey, Florida

John Rutherford, Florida

Greg Steube, Florida

Daniel Webster, Florida

Rick Allen, Georgia

Earl L. “Buddy” Carter, Georgia

Andrew Clyde, Georgia

Marjorie Taylor Greene, Georgia

Representative Greene is a conspiracy theorist that has shown support for executing prominent Democrats and personally harassed a survivor of the 2018 Parkland Florida mass shooting. Is the GOP really OK having Greene on their team? Enough is enough.

Jody Hice, Georgia

Barry Loudermilk, Georgia

Russ Fulcher, Idaho

Mike Bost, Illinois

Mary Miller, Illinois

Jim Baird, Indiana

Jim Banks, Indiana

Greg Pence, Indiana

Jackie Walorski, Indiana

Ron Estes, Kansas

Jacob LaTurner, Kansas

Tracey Mann, Kansas

Harold Rogers, Kentucky

Garret Graves, Louisiana

Clay Higgins, Louisiana

Mike Johnson, Louisiana

Steve Scalise, Louisiana

Andy Harris, Maryland

Jack Bergman, Michigan

Lisa McClain, Michigan

Tim Walberg, Michigan

Michelle Fischbach, Minnesota

Jim Hagedorn, Minnesota

Michael Guest, Mississippi

Trent Kelly, Mississippi

Steven Palazzo, Mississippi

Sam Graves, Missouri

Vicky Hartzler, Missouri

Billy Long, Missouri

Blaine Luetkemeyer, Missouri

Jason Smith, Missouri

Matt Rosendale, Montana

Dan Bishop, North Carolina

Ted Budd, North Carolina

Madison Cawthorn, North Carolina

Virginia Foxx, North Carolina

Richard Hudson, North Carolina

Gregory F. Murphy, North Carolina

David Rouzer, North Carolina

Jeff Van Drew, New Jersey

Yvette Herrell, New Mexico

Chris Jacobs, New York

Nicole Malliotakis, New York

Elise M. Stefanik, New York

Lee Zeldin, New York

Adrian Smith, Nebraska

Steve Chabot, Ohio

Warren Davidson, Ohio

Bob Gibbs, Ohio

Bill Johnson, Ohio

Jim Jordan, Ohio

Stephanie Bice, Oklahoma

Tom Cole, Oklahoma

Kevin Hern, Oklahoma

Frank Lucas, Oklahoma

Markwayne Mullin, Oklahoma

Cliff Bentz, Oregon

John Joyce, Pennsylvania

Fred Keller, Pennsylvania

Mike Kelly, Pennsylvania

Daniel Meuser, Pennsylvania

Scott Perry, Pennsylvania

Representative Perry put forward the objection to certifying Pennsylvania’s election results along with Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri. He also aided Tr*mp in his effort to remove the acting Attorney General in another plot to overturn the presidential election results.

Guy Reschenthaler, Pennsylvania

Lloyd Smucker, Pennsylvania

Glenn Thompson, Pennsylvania

Jeff Duncan, South Carolina

Ralph Norman, South Carolina

Tom Rice, South Carolina

William Timmons, South Carolina

Joe Wilson, South Carolina

Tim Burchett, Tennessee

Scott DesJarlais, Tennessee

Chuck Fleischmann, Tennessee

Mark E. Green, Tennessee

Diana Harshbarger, Tennessee

David Kustoff, Tennessee

John Rose, Tennessee

Jodey Arrington, Texas

Brian Babin, Texas

Michael C. Burgess, Texas

John R. Carter, Texas

Michael Cloud, Texas

Pat Fallon, Texas

Louie Gohmert, Texas

Representative Gohmert brought a last-ditch lawsuit to the US Supreme Court in an attempt to force Vice President Pence to overturn the 2020 Presidential election. The US Supreme Court rejected this lawsuit just as two lower courts had. This was one of more than 60 failed legal cases brought by the GOP attempting to overturn the election.

Lance Gooden, Texas

Ronny Jackson, Texas

Troy Nehls, Texas

August Pfluger, Texas

Pete Sessions, Texas

Beth Van Duyne, Texas

Randy Weber, Texas

Roger Williams, Texas

Ron Wright, Texas

Burgess Owens, Utah

Chris Stewart, Utah

Ben Cline, Virginia

Bob Good, Virginia

Morgan Griffith, Virginia

Robert J. Wittman, Virginia

Carol Miller, West Virginia

Alexander X. Mooney, West Virginia

Scott Fitzgerald, Wisconsin

Tom Tiffany, Wisconsin


These senators and representative pledged to block the certification of the 2020 Presidential election and then decided against sedition only after the violent attack on the Capitol. (alphabetical by state)

Kelly Loeffler, Georgia Senator (former) and possible future former WNBA owner.

David Perdue, Georgia Senator (former)

Mike Braun, Indiana Senator

Steve Daines, Montana Senator

James Lankford, Oklahoma Senator

Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee Senator

Bill Hagerty, Tennessee Senator

Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Washington Representative

Ron Johnson, Wisconsin Senator