Protestors march to Sen. Marco Rubio’s home demanding he reject Electoral College results

The fight over the 2020 Presidential Election is hitting home for one of Florida’s congressional lawmakers.

MIAMI – The fight over the 2020 Presidential Election is hitting home for one of Florida’s congressional lawmakers.

Dozens of protestors gathered at Miami’s West End Park Saturday, marching to the home of Sen. Marco Rubio.

They are demanding that he reject the Electoral College totals that show Joe Biden won the race for President or they will vote him out.

“We want to send a direct message to Senator Marco Rubio to do everything possible in his power to not certify this fraudulent election,” said Chris Nelson, a supporter of President Donald Trump.

Protestors march to the Miami home of Sen. Marco Rubio. (WPLG)

Organizers promoted the protests outside of the homes of Rubio and Sen. Rick Scott through the website

The group claims throwing out the results of the 2020 Presidential Election is the only way to save a stable American democracy.

“We believe that the integrity is not there, the election was definitely stolen with so many irregularities and if we don’t stand up as individuals then I believe our country is lost,” said Trump Supporter Carla Spalding. “If they don’t speak up, we are going to get rid of them.”

Critics however see the rallies as doing the exact opposite through the invalidation of a legitimate election.

The electoral college, which met in December and made Joe Biden the winner with 306 votes to Trump’s 232, are set to be certified by Congress on Wednesday.

While Trump’s legal team has repeatedly challenged results in several states including Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona and Nevada, none have stood up in court.

That isn’t stopping the Enough 20201 group from trying to keep President Trump in office for a second term.

“If they end up stealing this election, this will continue,” said President Trump supporter Enrique Tarrio. “We will continue to come back. We will continue to fight this.”

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Roy Ramos joined the Local 10 News team in 2018. Roy is a South Florida native who grew up in Florida City. He attended Christopher Columbus High School, Homestead Senior High School and graduated from St. Thomas University.