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East Texas judge sets deadline for Pence in Gohmert lawsuit

A judge in Tyler Congressman Louie Gohmert’s lawsuit against Vice President Mike Pence has set a deadline for when Pence should respond to Gohmert and the other plaintiffs’ emergency request.

Gohmert’s lawsuit, which was filed Sunday, states certain parts of the 1887 federal law, Electoral Count Act, are unconstitutional, and the litigation claims election fraud. The lawsuit would be withdrawn if Pence (and Congress) appoints President Donald Trump as president for a second term.

Gohmert along with 12 other plaintiffs, who are all Arizona GOP elector officials, state in the lawsuit that Pence should have electors in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin to cast their electoral college votes for Trump instead of Biden.

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