"We know you know better, now prove it," the group tweeted, tagging 23 senators up for re-election in 2022.
"I grew up as a Republican because I believe in smaller government and strong national defense and that's being destroyed by conspiracies right now and anger," said Illinois Representative Adam Kinzinger.
The alternative rock band tweeted, "We will not participate in a form of propaganda that pits Americans against one another."
"You see what's coming. You've been reading about it in the House. We're going to have to do it in the Senate," Tuberville said in a video posted to Twitter Thursday.
Last month the lawmaker said people close to him had called him a "traitor" for recognizing President-elect Biden's victory.
"Mr. Trump has had his innumerable days in court and lost," it wrote. "He would do far better now to tout his accomplishments in office."
"There are things that are more important than bowing to the fear of a demagogue. And one of those things that's more important is the United States of America, and our Constitution," said the former vice president.
"What America has long expected is that losing candidates swallow those feelings and at least pretend to be gracious. If Trump's not capable of it, he should at least stop waging war on the outcome," wrote the National Review editorial board.
"We believe that we've been getting the information that our teams need," said Kate Bedingfield.
"He's looking forward to doing that when the time is right," Kate Bedingfield, senior adviser to Joe Biden's transition team, said.
Joe Biden's team has not been granted access to further federal resources to facilitate the move into power, with President Trump continuing to dispute the election outcome.
Brian Kilmeade's remarks join those of several Republicans asking President Donald Trump to acknowledge the election results and move forward with the transition of power.
Robert O'Brien, a Trump loyalist, said that it "obviously" looks like "the Biden-Harris ticket [will be] determined to be the winner" and that the National Security Council will support a smooth transition like it has "even in the most contentious periods" in history.
A letter sent to the General Services Administration from over 100 former military and national security officials warned that delaying Biden's access to transition services raises national security risks.
"Delaying the transition further poses a serious risk to our national security," the officials' letter to the General Services Administration said.
On November 10, 2016, a seemingly gracious President-elect Donald Trump was invited to the Oval Office by then-President Barack Obama just hours after he was called as the presumed winner.
Nader, who acted as a link between President Donald Trump's team and Middle East and Russia officials in 2016 and 2017, faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years in prison and a maximum of 40 years if convicted.
Trump's national security transition has been more chaotic than others in recent memory, with important positions unfilled and many of his people less able, or willing, to engage on substance, U.S. officials said.
Some 900,000 people, both Trump backers and opponents, are expected to flood Washington for Friday's inauguration ceremony.
The visit to Central Intelligence Agency headquarters in Langley, Virginia, in the Washington suburbs, has a symbolic element, since Trump had questioned the CIA's conclusion that Russia was involved in cyber hacking that interfered with the U.S. election.
Some of Trump's first executive orders will likely undo some of the more than 275 orders signed by Obama during his eight years in the White House.
After being sworn in during a ceremony at the U.S. Capitol on Friday, Trump is poised to wield one of the most powerful tools of his office, the presidential pen, for executive actions that can be implemented without the input of Congress.
"Nowhere has the UN's failure been more consistent and more outrageous than in its bias against our close ally Israel," Republican South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley said.
Several singers – including Elton John and Charlotte Church – declined invitations to perform at inaugural events.
They said morale at the CIA and other agencies was already sagging because of disputes with Trump over whether Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered interference in the U.S. election.