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Laura Ingraham Doesn’t Think Its a Big Deal That GOP Reps Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar Are Connected To a White Supremacist Militia

Since the House of Representatives has been in session Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene have been the most controversial members. Boebert made waves by tweeting out Nancy Pelosi’s location during the Capitol insurrection. And Taylor Greene seemingly has a new scandal emerge each day.

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Thanks to the action of those two, Arizona congressmen Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar have fallen under the radar. The two men had ties to Ali Alexander and the Stop the Steal rally. They were also connected this week to a white supremacist militia. According to Laura Ingraham, though, that is no big deal.

The Fox News host told her viewers:

“The New York Times published a lengthy article detailing the affiliations between certain GOP lawmakers, including Arizona Reps Paul Gosar and Andy Biggs, and supposedly racist, right wing militias. According to The Times, Mr. Gosar and a handful of other Republican members of the House had deeper ties to extremist groups who push violent ideas and conspiracy theories, and whose members were prominent among those who stormed the halls of Congress. Now, of course, The Times evidence of these deeper ties doesn’t go beyond giving speeches, attending similar events, maybe even posing for photos. And the evidence that the groups in question are white supremacy militias? Well, that comes from the smear group the Southern Poverty Law Center.”

Watch a clip of the segment below, courtesy of Fox News:



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