I like Senator Ted Cruz's idea of establishing an Electoral Commission, involving a "10 day audit." This idea is patterned on the Electoral Commission following the disputed presidential election of 1876. You can read about that election and the resulting dispute and resolution at Wikipedia: Electoral Commission. Here's a key paragraph:
Facing an unparalleled constitutional crisis and intense public pressure, the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives and the Republican-controlled Senate agreed to formation of the bipartisan Electoral Commission to settle the election. It consisted of fifteen members: five each from the House and the Senate, plus five Supreme Court justices. Eight members were Republicans; seven were Democrats. The Commission ultimately voted along party lines to award all twenty disputed votes to Hayes, thus assuring his electoral victory by a margin of 185–184. Congress, meeting in a joint session on March 2, 1877, affirmed that decision, officially declaring Hayes the winner by one vote.
Cruz's idea has garnered support from 11 Senators so far, but I wouldn't be surprised to see additional Senators get on board with the idea. So far supporters include:
Ron Johnson (WI), James Lankford (OK), Steve Daines (MT), John Kennedy (LA), Marsha Blackburn (TN), and Mike Braun (IN), and Senators-Elect Cynthia Lummis (WY.), Roger Marshall (KS), Bill Hagerty (TN), and Tommy Tuberville (AL).
Below, per Zerohedge, is the statement from the Cruz led group. No doubt Cruz is responding to Senator Josh Hawley's initiative, and that's fine. Both have their eyes on 2024 and, in this constitutional crisis, the time is now for these two senators--both of them fine constitutional lawyers. The main point is that this is a good idea for the country:
"America is a Republic whose leaders are chosen in democratic elections. Those elections, in turn, must comply with the Constitution and with federal and state law.
In addition to the slap at the craven behavior of the SCOTUS, this statement is a clear challenge to Mitch McConnell's leadership that McConnell will not be able to simply ignore. Additionally, even in the likely event that this initiative is rejected, a deserved pall of illegitimacy will cover the puppet regime the Establishment is attempting to foist on America.