"After all, those representatives were elected through the very same systems—with the same ballot procedures, with the same signature validations, with the same broadly applied decisions of executive and judicial branch officials—as were the electors chosen for the President of the United States under the laws of those states."
Those Republicans did not, however, agree that their fraudulent anti-democratic claims of invisible and unprovable election fraud tarnished their own races. By a 371-2 vote, the House moved to swear in all duly elected members.
While Roy may have intended to put his fascism-enabling colleagues on the spot with the vote, it has already been demonstrated time and time again that his party will engage in whatever propaganda efforts are necessary, and cross whatever lines need to be crossed, to retain and expand power. Trump's claims of election fraud are a hoax; neither he nor the entirety of the Republican Party has succeeded in identifying any such fraud in any courtroom.
Roy is one of seven House Republicans who have challenged his colleagues’ attempts to overturn the presidential election as “unconstitutional.”
If Roy truly intends to object to a fascist push by his party that has this nation's past military leaders unanimously condemning such plots as "dangerous" and unlawful," he can resign from his party and refuse to be part of it. As of this moment, he has not done so.