The executive director of the Republican Association of Attorneys General has resigned amid a decision to send robots urging people to march to the US Capitol.
Adam Piper resigned after spending four years in the organization, a national group representing senior law enforcement officials in their countries.
The fundraising organization and the Rule of Law Foundation came under fire after NBC News and other news bulletins reported paying for robot calls the day before the pro-Trump mafia invaded the Capitol last year. Wednesday.
“Every decision Adam made on behalf of the RLDF was with the best of intentions and in the best interests of the organization,”
Piper said serving Republican attorneys was “the honor of a lifetime and, frankly, a dream.” He did not respond to a request for comment.
The Rule of Law Fund was one of the organizations involved in the rally leading up to the Capitol invasion.
Robocall, released the day before, does not advocate violence and does not suggest that the building be damaged. But that prompted protesters to descend on the Capitol.
“At 1 p.m., we will head to the Capitol building and call on Congress to stop the theft,” said the voice of the recording, received from NBC News.
Several companies that donate to the organization told NBC News that they were horrified by the robots.