Congressman Paul Gosar video leaked – Far-Right Congressman Tweets Edited Anime Video of Himself Killing AOC

Republican Paul Gossall shared an edited video on Monday, portraying the congressman as an anime hero violent against the Democratic Party. The animated video even shows Gosall killing Congressman Alexander Ocasio-Cortez, which is very similar to some videos edited by former President Donald Trump.

This is obviously not a coincidence. Gossall recently spoke at the White Nationalism Conference, agreed on Twitter on Monday night, and wrote: “The creativity of my team is out of trouble.” The video is based on the Japanese anime TV series “Attack on Giants”. “It’s a clip that features not only Gosall’s killing of the anime version of AOC, but also an attack on President Joe Biden.

Far-right extremist politicians such as Lauren Boebert from Colorado and Marjorie Taylor-Greene from Georgia also appeared in the video. Real footage of asylum seekers and border patrol officers on the US-Mexico border can also quickly cut into the animation scene, which is obviously anti-immigration information.

Twitter marked Gosar’s tweet as a violation of the social media platform’s own rules prohibiting hateful behavior, but allowed the video to remain under its “public interest exception.”

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez responded to the tweet, pointing out Gossard’s relationship with the neo-Nazi organization and sarcastically saying that when this kind of content was shared, it was an “interesting Monday. “.

“So, on my way to Glasgow, the creepy member who raised money for the neo-Nazi organization with me shared a fantasy video of him killing me. And he will not face any consequences because @GOPLader will make excuses Cheer for him.

Fun Monday! Well, the BC agency does not protect [women of color] from returning to work,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted. As Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu pointed out, anyone who performs such video editing in a normal workplace will be immediately dismissed. Of course, Congress is not a normal workplace. “This is the pathological behavior of Rep. Paul Gosal. He posted a video on Twitter showing that he killed Rep. Ocasio-Cortez from his official and personal accounts,” Rep. Lieu posted on Monday.

“In any workplace in the United States, if a colleague makes an anime video that kills another colleague, that person will be fired,” Lieu continued. But Gosar’s camp supports the video and its message, while downplaying the seriousness of the threat to kill colleagues. Jessica Lycos, Gosar’s digital director, issued a statement to the Washington Post on Monday evening, trying to make it sound like people can’t make a joke at all. “We made an animated video,” Lycos told the Post. “Everyone needs to relax.

The left has no memetic culture. They have no happiness. They are not the future. This is a cartoon. Gossal can’t fly, and he doesn’t have any lightsabers. Violence has not been glorified. This is Fight for the truth.” This language is also extremely common in former President Trump. If you are worried about the message being sent, then you are the problem. We all know how it turned out.

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