Published: Tue, September 25, 2018
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Republican Congressman’s 6 Siblings Urge People To Vote - For His Opponent

Republican Congressman’s 6 Siblings Urge People To Vote - For His Opponent

Six of Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar's siblings have endorsed his rival, Democrat David Brill on the TV advert.

Republican U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar on Saturday responded to the unusual ad being aired by his opponent in the race for the seat in northwestern Arizona.

One of the ad's participants, Jennifer Gosar, told CNN's Ana Cabrera on Saturday evening that her brother's evolving rhetoric was one of the reasons she chose to work with Brill's campaign. And David says he's disappointed in the other three siblings who didn't stand with them for the advertisement.

"It would be hard to see my brother as anything but a racist", sister Grace Gosar says in an ad for Brill.

Brill earned an endorsement from all six siblings - David, Jennifer, Joan, Grace, Tim and Gaston - who each voiced serious concerns about their brother's leadership. "These disgruntled Hillary suppporters [sic] are related by blood to me but like leftists everywhere, they put political ideology before family". "Stalin would be proud". "To the six angry Democrat Gosars-see you at Mom and Dad's house!" he continued.

Gosar was quick to point out an interview his mother, Bernadette Gosar, did with the New York Times in which she decried the ad and said she was both "shocked" and "crushed". "I bet he would be researching what is the most insightful water policy to help the environment of Arizona sustain itself and be successful".

In another ad, Joan Gosar says she is saddened but feels obliged to speak out.

A USA political campaign ad is making waves online thanks to a surprising sting in its tail that's been described as "the biggest wow moment" of any political ad ever. Last October, he gave an interview to Vice News in which he claimed the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville that August may have been a false-flag operation organized by an "Obama sympathizer" and paid for by billionaire investor and political activist George Soros, parroting Alex "Infowars" Jones.

Paul Gosar, a dentist who has been in congress since 2011, is one of Donald Trump's biggest cheerleaders in Washington. "Those aren't our family values or the values of the small Wyoming town we grew up in".

Pete Gosar, who was the seventh signee of the letter, ran for governor of Wyoming as a Democrat in 2014. "This is about our family", Jennifer Gosar says.

It opens with "Grace, rural physician", declaring, "Paul Gosar the congressman isn't doing anything to support rural America".

"It's intervention time. And intervention time means that you go to vote, and you go to vote Paul out", says Tim Gosar, a private investigator.

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