Denver Riggleman says he’s no longer a Republican: ‘I think the party left me some time ago’
On “State of the Union,” Riggleman spoke about the influence some of the evidence he saw while advising the committee had on his decision.
“And when you see it behind the door, when you see the data, when you see the investigation, when you see those smart people and what they come up with, Jake, it’s absolutely stunning that cult of personality and also the belief systems. I don’t think any real conservative could follow at any point,” Riggleman said.
“It’s absolutely insane what people have sort of put their arms around. If you look at ‘Stop the Steal,’ if you look at, you know, some of the Covid issues with the vaccination conspiracy theories, when you look at all the things in total, the fact is that a lot of that has been pushed by people around the President,” he said, referring to Trump.