Far-right GOP candidate Jarome Bell, who wanted to kill anyone involved with election fraud in the 2020 presidential election, lost Tuesday’s Republican primary for a U.S. House seat in Virginia.
According to the Associated Press, “Bell only received 27 percent of the GOP vote at the time the race was called for frontrunner and state Senator Jen Kiggans.
Kiggans will go on to November’s general election, where she will seek to unseat incumbent Democratic Representative Elaine Luria, Newsweek reported.
Bell, a fervent supporter of Donald Trump, branded himself as the “America first” candidate and launched his campaign by declaring that “the first step to taking back Virginia is to demand an audit of the November 3, 2020, election.”
As noted by Newsweek, he went even further on his election fraud stance in September, when he tweeted, “Audit all 50 states. Arrest all involved. Try all involved. Convict all involved. Execute all involved. #MaricopaCountyFraud.”