Gosar's siblings want their brother kicked out of Congress. They think Democrats are moving too slow. - 2021-06-28

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F0.png Gosar's siblings want their brother kicked out of Congress. They think Democrats are moving too slow. June 28, 2021, Allan Smith, NBC News

Few members of Congress have been as loud in repeating Donald Trump's false election claims as Rep. Paul Gosar, the Arizona Republican who rallied supporters of the president to overturn the election and has been at the forefront of efforts to downplay the Capitol riot.

Gosar has been at the center of the national controversy, which has also been very personal for his siblings — six who had been vocal in urging voters not to re-elect him to Congress because of his fringe views. Now, some want him removed from office, and they criticize Democratic leadership for not acting more quickly.

Two of his estranged siblings told NBC News in interviews that the congressman's conduct around the riot should be investigated and that he should face more serious consequences for his ongoing efforts to delegitimize the election results and the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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