This young firebrand conservative congressman-elect is planning to contest the election and help primary GOP reps who don't

By Duncan Smith Congressman-elect Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) knows a little about adversity. Having been paralyzed after a car crash as a passenger when he was 18, Cawthorn — now 25, has been confined to a wheelchair ever since. Just constitutionally old enough to become a member of Congress, Cawthorn plans to hit the ground moving forward with a constitutionalist/conservative agenda as he promised those who voted for him he would. First order of business: Challenging the bogus, stolen election results. The Daily Caller reported: Incoming Republican North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn said at …

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