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Republican lawmakers deny giving “polls” to Capitol rioters

Representatives Andy Biggs (R., Arizona), Mo Brooks (R., Ala), and Paul Gossar (R., Arizona) deny any involvement in organizing riots last week at the US Capitol after one of the protest organizers claimed they had “planned” With them to apply “maximum pressure on Congress as they vote.” Right-wing activist Ali Alexander claimed that he colluded with members of Congress in a since-deleted video clip on Periscope discovered by the Government Censorship Project. Weeks before the storming of the Capitol, he said he was planning something big for January 6, the date that Congress will meet to count the electoral votes and confirm the victory of President-elect Joe Biden. He said Alexander planned to “change the hearts and minds of the Republicans who were in that body, and hear our loud roars from outside.” Meanwhile, Representative Micky Sherrill (DC, NJ) claimed Tuesday that she saw members of Congress lead people across the US Capitol on “reconnaissance” tours the day before President Trump’s supporters stormed the building, although she did not name the members or explain how She knew she was going through what was called a reconnaissance tour. “We cannot have democracy if members of Congress actively assist the president in turning the election results,” she said. “Not only do I intend to see that the president has been removed and not run for office again and I have no access to classified material, but I also intend to see members of Congress who instigated him; those congressmen who had clusters coming from the Capitol that I saw on Jan 5 – Poll The next day, the members of Congress who instigated this violent mobilization. Those members of Congress who tried to help our president undermine our democracy; I will see that they are held accountable and, if necessary, make sure they are not serving in Congress. ” Sherrill did not say whether the “groups” were Trump supporters or provided any additional information on the “poll.” National Review reached out to Sherrill for comment. A spokesman for Biggs told the Washington Post that the congressman had not been in contact with Alexander or other protesters and denied that he was involved in organizing the January 6 rally. “Congressman Biggs is not aware of hearing or meeting Mr. Alexander at any time – let alone working with him to organize part of a planned demonstration,” the statement said. On Wednesday, Brooks also denied responsibility for the unrest, saying he would not urge any action that would undermine Republican efforts to block Biden’s victory. Brooks wrote, “I am subject to great insult to anyone who points out that I am so inexperienced in politics that I want to blow up my sincere and meticulous effort in the election system that I spent months fighting in.” However, the Washington Post reports that videos and posts on social media indicate links between Alexander, the criminal, and the three members of Congress. Jossar described Alexander as a “true patriot” on Twitter and they both spoke at the “Stop the Steal” rally in Phoenix last month. The patriots remain firm in their support for realDonaldTrump and will not tolerate stealing this election. #StopTheSteaIaliMichaelCoudreymichellemalkinRudyGiulianiJennPellegrinoRepAndyBiggsAZ pic.twitter.com/hhPltxHoXn – Paul Gosar (DrPaulGosar) November 30, 2020 At the same event, Alexander ran a video message from Biggs. A friend and a “hero.” Biggs said in the recording, “When it comes to January 6, I’ll be there at the well of the house with my friend from Alabama actor Mo Brooks.” A spokesman for Biggs told CNN that the congressman recorded the video at the request of Jossar Staff.While Alexander expressed his regret over the riots, saying in a video on Periscope that he wished people hadn’t entered the Capitol building or even walked the stairs, before the unrest he appeared to be in favor of stopping the vote ratification by any means. “Everyone can guess what I and 500,000 other people will do with this building,” he wrote on Twitter in December, according to the Daily Beast. “1776 * always * a choice.” At a rally on the eve of the vote, Alexander led “victory or death!” However, he told the Washington Post that he “remained at peace” during the siege and claimed that his previous speeches “mentioned peace” and that they were corrupted. In a video clip released shortly after the riots at the Capitol on January 6, while Alexander claimed that Most of the protesters were peaceful and praised those who did not enter the building, adding, “I am not I deny it. I do not condemn this. “

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