'Andy spread election fraud lies': Arizona Republican's brothers condemn his conspiracy theories
Republican Congressman Andy Biggs (screengrab)

On Wednesday, The Arizona Republic reported that two brothers of Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) are condemning his attacks on the electoral process.

"In a letter to the editor at The Arizona Republic, William Biggs and Daniel Biggs of Tucson said their brother, who argued to set aside Arizona's election results in Congress, is 'at least partially to blame' for the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol two weeks ago," reported Ronald Hansen. "William Biggs, 67, said he is a Democrat who isn't close to his Republican brother but could no longer quietly disagree with his political efforts after the riot. Daniel Biggs could not be reached for comment."

This comes after reports that siblings of another Arizona Republican, Rep. Paul Gosar, are trying to get him removed from Congress for the same reason.

Both Biggs and Gosar have been accused by a pro-Trump rally organizer of giving Capitol tours to the rioters who stormed the Capitol. Biggs has denied this allegation.