Six siblings of Republican congressman Paul Gosar urged voters not to re-elect their brother in November. /Source: YouTube, Brill for Congress
By Ronald J. Hansen | Arizona Republic
It is the third time in three years members of the Arizona Republican’s family have taken dramatic steps hoping to derail his political career.
Once again, it comes in response to what they view as outrageous conduct that hurts the nation.
In 2018, his family members gained national attention for appearing in ads for Gosar’s failed Democratic opponent, David Brill. Last year, they again endorsed his Democratic challenger, Delina DiSanto. Now, some of them want to see consequences for his supporting the mob that stormed the Capitol in a siege that left five people dead, including a police officer.
“We know him to be an extremist and we took that very seriously,” said Seattle resident Jennifer Gosar, one of Paul Gosar’s nine siblings. “I believe that my brother has been a constant perpetrator of misinformation. … I’ve been incredulous at the lack of accountability thus far. I would think Wednesday would be certainly a line.”