Colorado Democratic Representative Jason Crow called out the GOP Arkansas senator, who was accused of lying about his military record.
The Republican senator criticized fellow GOP colleagues for providing "false hope" by allowing their supporters to believe the election outcome could be changed.
Cotton warned that Dems may deny future GOP president-elects who don't win the popular vote from taking office if Senate Republicans undermine the process during Wednesday's joint session vote.
The Arkansas Republican explained in a statement why he opposes Congress objecting to certification of the 2020 election results.
Senators Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, two Republicans the Lincoln Project ad targeted, expressed their objections to the results of the Electoral College.
"Should Joe Biden become president, all of the prosecutors investigating Hunter Biden will be fired. There's a clear conflict of interest here– one that demands a special counsel," the Arkansas senator tweeted Thursday.
"In place of these so-called "myths," the liberal newspaper seeks to substitute its own, claiming the history of our nation is an unbroken tale of conflict, oppression and misery," he wrote.
Tom Cotton, of Arkansas, said: "Too many may have lost the civilization or self-confidence needed to celebrate the Pilgrims."
The Republican senator declined to attend the debate, leaving his Libertarian opponent alone on stage.
The Libertarian candidate in Arkansas' Senate race is hopeful that undecided voters can swing the election in his favor, but it's a big ask.
"There is a long and venerable tradition of ill or medically infirm senators being wheeled in to cast critical votes on the Senate floor," the Arkansas Republican said.
"I'm challenging the idea that White parents of kids of color are inherently 'not racist' and the bots completely change what I'm saying..." Kendi tweeted.
"You stated a pretty firm principle about Merrick Garland: 'It's wrong to deny voters a chance to way in,'" host Chris Wallace pointed out to the Republican senator from Arkansas.
The Arkansas Republican said Biden had defended his support for permanently awarding China favored nation status 20 years ago.
"I appreciate the President's confidence in listing me as a potential Supreme Court nominee," they wrote, "but I have no interest in the high court."
Indiana GOP Rep. Jim Banks' bill would block "jobless rioters" from receiving federal unemployment benefits and force those convicted to pay restitution to arresting police officers.
Speakers at this year's RNC are quietly being sized up by party strategists as potential 2024 presidential candidates, but GOP pundits say they're not making any bets until the day after President Donald Trump wins or loses.
"Slavery was not a 'necessary evil.' It was a crime against humanity, anchored in kidnap, rape, torture, lynching and the systematic oppression," Representative Hakeem Jeffries said.
The Republicans dither on a new COVID-19 bailout bill; the race for 2024; and Alexa by the numbers.
"John Roberts has abandoned his oath," Cruz tweeted Saturday, along with retweeting a photo of Justice Neil Gorsuch's dissenting opinion.
"These insurrectionists in the streets of Portland are little different from the insurrectionists who seceded from the Union in 1861," Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton said.
During a debate over the effort to grant statehood to the Washington, D.C., Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton questioned whether DC Mayor Muriel Bowser could be trusted with gubernatorial powers.
The comments by the Arkansas lawmaker against racial protests and the removal of statues across the U.S. were mocked on social media.
The Arkansas Republican has defended his op-ed calling for military response to George Floyd protests.
Senator Tom Cotton, an Army veteran, proposed deployment of troops in cities after a week of violent demonstrations across the nation.
"The Chinese Communist Party has long used American universities to conduct espionage on the United States," Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) said in a statement on his decision to seek new student visa restrictions.
A bipartisan group of congressional leaders introduced a new bill Tuesday targeting Huawei and other 5G companies found to have engaged in commercial espionage or to be in violation of U.S. sanctions.
The senator from Arkansas said it's a "scandal" that American universities have "trained the Communist Party's brightest minds."
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) insist that China is to blame for the massive number of U.S. coronavirus cases, while introducing a bill that would make it easier for Americans to sue China's government for the pandemic on Thursday.