Twenty-six Elected House Republicans sent a letter to Pelosi urging an investigation into election fraud

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill November 20.

Twenty-six newly elected Republican house members sent a letter to Nancy Pelosi urging her to investigate allegations of voter fraud in the November 3 presidential election.

“Protecting the integrity of our nation’s electoral process is not just a question of one party,” the congressmen stressed.

Thousands of affidavits have reported numerous voting irregularities, especially in six key battleground states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

The group of Republicans who flipped seats over Democratic incumbents told Pelosi on Monday that they were voicing concerns about voter fraud among millions of voters in their districts.

“One thing is clear: our election process is in disarray,” the Republicans wrote. “As elected representatives of the House of Representatives, it is our job to express the concerns of our constituents, who have deep concerns about the integrity of our elections.”

Those who voted for President Trump have been demanding transparency to ensure election integrity and an investigation into affidavits of signatures that witnessed voter fraud. But the mainstream media, and the Democrats, have refused to acknowledge these legitimate concerns.

“The American people expect and deserve free and fair elections, and any reports of fraud surrounding the 2020 presidential election should be thoroughly investigated,” the congressmen wrote. “Protecting the integrity of our country’s electoral process is not just a question of one party.”

Pelosi’s office didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment, but the California Democrat last week criticized The Texas v. Four swing states case for violating the constitution.

Texas’s attorney-general had asked the Supreme Court on December 7th for permission to Sue four swing states to protect the integrity of the 2020 election.

The Lone Star States allege that they have changed election rules in violation of the Electoral College clause of the U.S. Constitution, and that by relaxing the protections for the integrity of ballots, they have increased the possibility of voter fraud, resulting in unequal treatment of voters and voting irregularities.

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected Texas’s request for the court to review the evidence, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi praised the court’s decision to dismiss the lawsuit.

“The court decisively and correctly dismissed the extreme, illegal, and undemocratic case brought by Republicans to overturn the will of millions of American voters.” “The speaker said in a statement.

Among other things, she questioned the patriotism of Republican lawmakers and their loyalty to the Constitution.

“The 26 Republicans who signed the lawsuit have disgraced the House of Representatives,” she said. Instead of upholding their oath to uphold and defend the Constitution, they have chosen to subvert it and undermine public trust in our sacred democratic institutions.”

The group of newly elected Republicans urged Pelosi to look specifically at issues such as mail-in signatures, missing or missing voting machine memory cards, and restrictions on Republican ballot monitors.

“Our constituents are demanding a serious investigation into these serious violations of the electoral process in order to restore our confidence in the electoral process,” he said. The letter said.