Gosar tweets, then deletes, support for Trump’s Constitution termination statement
Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) tweeted and then deleted a post on Wednesday supporting former President Trump’s call for terminating the election rules in the Constitution.
“I support and agree with the former President. Unprecedented fraud requires unprecedented cure,” he said, accompanied by a screenshot of Trump’s post on Truth Social.
The spokesman said no one in Congress has fought more for constitutional values than Gosar and pointed to Trump issuing a subsequent statement to clarify what he meant.
Trump insisted in two posts on Truth Social on Monday that he does not want to “terminate” the Constitution following the pushback he received. He said he only meant that “steps must be immediately taken to RIGHT THE WRONG” of the “irrefutably fraudulent” election.
“Those who claim either Trump or Congressman Gosar don’t believe in the Constitution are acting in bad faith or are low IQ people unable to comprehend our language and our actions,” the Gosar spokesman said.
The spokesman declined to say why the tweet was deleted.
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