Congressman Removed from Committees for Posting Anime Video

The system has completely failed.

If someone good gets elected, they will censure them for posting an anime video on the internet.

Paul Gosar, who is an actual America First patriot, was removed from all of his committees for posting an anime parody video. On the internet. This happened, in real life.


US lawmakers have voted to censure Republican Rep. Paul Gosar over a spoof video parodying a popular Japanese cartoon that featured his character attacking Democrats, including President Joe Biden, over the border crisis.

The House of Representatives voted 223-207 to pass the censure resolution on Wednesday, with Reps. Adam Kinzinger (Illinois) and Liz Cheney (Wyoming) the only Republicans to break with their party and side with Democrats across the aisle. Ohio Republican David Joyce voted ‘present,’ declining to take a position.

With the measure passed – the first formal censure in Congress to be approved in more than a decade – Gosar (R-Arizona) will now be stripped of his House committee assignments, including the Natural Resources and Oversight and Reform panels.

At least some guy started defending him in Japanese and explaining the themes of Attack on Titan.

Gosar was really the only serious person in Congress.

I’m talking about him in the past tense, but you can’t win reelection after being removed from all of your committees. Of course, the Jews were going to run a hate campaign against him and he wasn’t going to get reelected anyway.

There’s no freedoms.

The system is totally broken.

You cannot vote for freedoms.