Please do, this state's quiet corruption has gone on long enough
I'm pretty certain Robert Pittenger ( r-NC 9th ) would join in.
The House can't actually do much in this case. They can start an investigation with the House Oversight committee, but it's unlikely to lead much of anywhere - they're not a law enforcement body.
Nor can they refuse to seat whomever is certified by the North Carolina elections body. In Powell vs. McCormick, the Supreme Court restricted such refusals to matters of age, citizenship or residency.