Andy Biggs

Arizona congressman Andy Biggs offered up a word salad in response to the GOP caller's criticism of their party.
Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona, who helped throw the House into chaos in October, is unimpressed with his party’s achievements last year.
Rep. Clay Higgins, one of at least two Republicans to use warlike rhetoric over Donald Trump's charges, told his Twitter followers to “Buckle up.”
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy will have to find a way to win over these default doubters to leverage GOP demands.
A claim by the Donald Trump-loving Arizona Republican was quickly debunked by C-SPAN anchor Greta Brawner.
The House panel referred McCarthy, the House GOP leader, and others to the House ethics committee for failing to comply with congressional subpoenas.
The conservative Arizona Republican says his speaker bid will open the door for a mystery third candidate.
Biggs, an Arizona Republican who helped organize the rally that preceded the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot, blasted McCarthy as the "establishment" pick.
Twitter users called out the Arizona Republican over the comment alluding to the brutal assault on the House speaker's husband.
The Parkland, Florida, mass shooting survivor interrupted a House hearing after Rep. Andy Biggs said more guns are needed due to a migrant "invasion."