Trump called for the election to be overturned with the help of Arizona Republican House Speaker Rusty Bowers.
Bowers testified before the committee on January 6.
He lost the state Senate primary to a Trump-backed challenger.
Former Arizona Republican House Speaker Rusty Bowers, who lost his bid for a state Senate seat, said America and the Republican Party were in dire straits.
‘The Constitution hangs by a thread,’ said Bowers Guardian In an interview published Saturday. “The funny thing is, I always thought it was the other people. Let..it just blows my mind..mind.”
Bowers, who testified before a House committee on Jan. 6 earlier this month, said: Lost the primary to Arizona Senator David Farnsworthbacked by former President Donald Trump.
Bowers ran for Senate due to the limited term of Congress.
Trump and his allies wanted Bauer’s help to overturn the results of the Arizona election. Bowers told The Guardian that the Republican Party embraces “emotional violence.”
“They’ve invented a new way. It’s a party with no thoughts. It’s all emotional, it’s all revenge,” Bowers said of the party. “It’s all anger. That’s it.”
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