16,000 animals, including multiple dinasaurs, accompanied the 600 year old Noah and his family of 8 on the Ark he built to survive the flood that covered the entire Earth, which was created 1,600 years earlier by God, and which is now only around 6,000 years old.
These are just a few of the beliefs of Mike Johnson, the current Speaker of the House.
Now I don't have a problem with regular people who believe in harmless myths - heck I have a friend who believes that humans have never been to the moon, and another friend who believed the earth was flat.
But it seems to me that elected officials ought to have at least some semblance of reality.
If someone like Johnson believes in the absolute literal interpretation of the Bible, then it would make sense that he would be instrumental in trying to overturn the results of an election that survived 61 court challenges, and was certified by all 50 Secretaries of State.