BREAKING: Paul Gosar’s Family Says He Sucks!

I would have understood if they made a public statement about his haircut. But publicly denouncing your family like this is a disgrace.

It’s not just teenage sluts that are attacking their family members in response to the Mighty and Glorious Storming of the Capitol – a Congressman’s family is denouncing him.

However, this is a little bit different than some teen cocksucker wanting her bare midriff published in Buzzfeed under the headline of “very good goy.”

This is clearly personal.

The Hill:

Three of Rep. Paul Gosar’s (R-Ariz.) siblings have called on him to be expelled from Congress, The Arizona Republic reported, placing blame on the congressman for helping incite the violent riot that took place at the Capitol on Wednesday.

Gosar’s siblings sent a letter to Rep. Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.) asking for his help in removing their brother from Congress, the newspaper reported.

It’s the third time in three years that members of Gosar’s family have publicly voiced their disapproval of the representative.

“We know him to be an extremist and we took that very seriously,” Jennifer Gosar told the newspaper. “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.”

“When you talk about what happened the other day, you’re talking about treason. You’re talking about overthrowing the government. That’s what this is. If that doesn’t rise to the level of expulsion, what does?” said Tim Gosar.

How do people not know that the United States was literally founded by a violent revolution? I mean – isn’t this something you learn by at least 5th grade?

Secondly: how is it newsworthy that this guy’s family doesn’t like him? It would be one thing if these siblings were fellow politicians, or even public figures of some kind, but they are literally randos.

The reason it matters of course is obvious: they are attempting to divide families, and they want public examples of divided families to set a standard for that.

Well, I say: bring it on.

This all only ends one way.