Former Arizona state senate president appears to advocate violence

'Shedding of blood' may be required to save US, controversial former Arizona state senate president Russell Pearce claims during right-wing rally Russell Pearce said it might take the 'shedding of blood to save the Republic' The controversial former state senate president spoke at a right-wing rally  The rally, 'Patriotism Over Socialism', was attended by anti-immigration groups It is not clear what the remarks were in reference to but come against a backdrop of vast economic migration from Central American countries 

By Rod Ardehali For Dailymail.com

Published: 18:55 BST, 20 April 2019 | Updated: 18:57 BST, 20 April 2019

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A controversial former Arizona state senate president appeared to suggest the U.S. might have to resort to violence to save itself during a right-wing rally this week.

Russell Pearce, a firebrand ex politician who helped introduce one of the country's harshest state immigration laws, declared that it might take the 'shedding of blood to save the Republic,' during a series of remarks delivered at an event dubbed 'Patriotism Over Socialism.'

While it is unclear what the remarks specifically referred to, the heated speech comes against a backdrop of vast economic migration from Central America.

Russell Pearce, a firebrand ex politician who helped introduce one of the country's harshest state immigration laws, declared that it might take the 'shedding of blood to save the Republic,' during a series of remarks delivered at an event dubbed 'Patriotism Over Socialism'

Russell Pearce, a firebrand ex politician who helped introduce one of the country's harshest

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