As a hashtag, its origins date back years, according to Facebook's CrowdTangle analysis tool, but it became wildly popular in recent months as a gathering place for conspiracy theories about the election outcome.
Trump’s emergency declaration is in effect from Monday through Jan. 24.
LillyPAC's decision matches up with others suspending political donations, including Goldman Sachs, Coca Cola, Ford, and Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and new state Attorney General Todd Rokita, both Republicans, also began four-year terms Monday.
As a result, officials are shutting down tours at the Washington Monument beginning Monday, running through Jan. 24.
Even if the court were to take up an election-related case, it probably wouldn't hear arguments until the fall.
On a Twitter account bearing his name, the man twice identified himself in one of the pictures that was circulating online after the riot and insurrection.
Experts now warn that the calls for violence have only intensified ahead of Inauguration Day, when Biden will be sworn in as commander in chief.
The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Various election officials across the country and Trump’s former attorney general, William Barr, have said there was no widespread fraud in the election.