I wonder what those 126 House Republicans will tell their grandchildren?
Not to mention the 17 Republican state attorneys general. Ken Paxton (the Texas SAG) obviously sued because he needs a presidential pardon to avoid spending the rest of his life in prison for securities fraud. These other clowns will probably plead insanity. They were under the spell, fully believing that Trump would have destroyed them if they didn’t stand up to be counted.
Incidentally, anybody with an interest in statistics should take a quick look at the technical appendix in the Texas suit (starting on page 20) explaining why Trump couldn’t possibly have lost in the four states. It features things like a z score of 396, and claims of probabilities less than one in a quadrillion to the fourth power. All derived (by some very old economist) from the assumptions that i.i.d. voter preferences were essentially unchanged from 2016 and that those voting via mail had the same preferences as those voting in person.