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Paul Gosar called ‘despicable’ by own sister.

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GOP Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar was dragged by his own sister on live TV after posting a video to Twitter that depicted Gosar assassinating Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and threatening violence against President Joe Biden.

The manipulated anime video depicts Gosar stabbing Ocasio-Cortez to death. The cartoon Gosar then goes on to use the same knives to threaten the life of Biden.

The video has been viewed over 3 million times since being posted on November 7.

Gosar is one of the representatives who allegedly promoted violence ahead of the January 6th insurrection.

Jennifer Gosar, one of Paul’s nine siblings, called into MSNBC’s The Last Word to give her opinion on the video.

“What is wrong with him? And is it getting worse?” asked host Lawrence O’Donnell.

“Yes, it has been getting worse, because he has not been held accountable in way, shape, or form.” she promptly replied. “He has not been censured, he has not been expelled, he has not had his seat forfeited by any of leadership.” She went on to criticize Kevin McCarthy, Mitch McConnell, and Chuck Schumer among other leaders for failing to take any action against her brother.

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“Where these people? Does he need to act on his sociopathic fantasy for Representative Ocasio-Cortez? I am very concerned for she and other members and this is absolutely unacceptable.”

Jennifer thanked O’Donnell for having her on the show and said that she appreciates “any opportunity to put a spotlight on this awful man.”

“Is there one policy that Paul has ever brought to his district? The answer is no. What he’s expounding upon in his sick fantasies is that fact that he cannot even approach the intellect of AOC or meet her intelligence,” she continued. “He’s getting worse and it must be stopped.”

The tweet has not been deleted, but now comes with an automated warning from Twitter stating that the post violated the platform’s rules against hateful conduct.

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