It’s inconceivable that dentist turned politician turned white supremacist turned coup plotter Paul Gosar has not been called by the Jan. 6 Committee to testify. After all, Ali Alexander, one of the cretins behind the assault on the Capitol, said Rep. Gosar was the “spirit animal” of the Stop the Steal movement, which began in Phoenix on election night, immediately after Fox News called Arizona for Biden.
The Committee has subpoenaed Gosar’s Arizona partner in crime, Rep. Andy Biggs, who, along with Gosar and Mo Brooks, formed the nucleus of Jan. 6 planning, according to Alexander. Like other Republicans, however, Biggs doesn’t think laws apply to him and he’s refused to testify. Heck, he won a $10 million magazine sweepstakes, which fueled his entrance into politics, so he must be special. Damn you, Ed McMahon!
Gosar’s the dipshit who boycotted the Pope’s speech at the Arizona Capitol because the Pontiff dared to mention climate change. Gosar’s the asshole who drove to Nevada to stand with the criminal Cliven Bundy and against his own government. Gosar’s the peckerhead whose own siblings regularly appear in TV commercials for Gosar’s opponents, because they know their brother is a racist—and they say so. Gosar’s the dweeb who spoke at Nick Fuentes’ white nationalist conference because CPAC was just too darn liberal. Gosar’s the goober who plotted with the Proud Boys to pull off a “Brooks Brothers Riot” in his own state after the 2020 election. Gosar’s the supreme jackass who was censured by his own Republican Party, and stripped of committee assignments, because he tweeted an anime clip of him murdering AOC.
You get the picture, that’s one ugly person—and I challenge anyone to name a thing the turdly one has done for Arizonans.
Gosar was also the first official to object to the election certification when Arizona was called on Jan. 6, 2021. Then things went weird for a few hours as Gosar’s Proud Boys and other comrades stormed the Capitol, but Gosar was back again that evening, after lives had been lost and more lives threatened, to vote against certification, standing with the insurgents who had just tried to hurt or even kill his fellow elected officials.
Gosar has maintained all along, without evidence, that the 2020 election was stolen. In his own state the Maricopa County vote was recounted three times because Gosar and other Republicans wouldn’t STFU about the impossibility of trump losing Arizona, then the election was subject to the Cyber Ninjas’ expensive and surreal “audit,” which only proved Biden won the County by even more votes! And no fraud was found either. Still, Gosar and other Republicans continue to push the big lie; you simply can’t run as a Republican in Arizona and not say the election was stolen—all evidence to the contrary.
Now Paul Gosar is taking credit for the “revolution” in America.
Gosar tied himself to the insurrection at a June event hosted by a Republican club in Bullhead City, according to a video obtained by The Arizona Republic.
"On January 6th, 2021, I was the one who started the revolution in regards to accountability of elections," the Arizona Republican said to some applause.*
*I like that, “to some applause.” It’s a rubber chicken luncheon with people walking around, many not paying attention to the strange man with the microphone.
Whether Gosar means he “started the revolution” because Arizona was first to object to certification, or he’s referring to the plot that he, Biggs, Brooks, Alexander, and others were part of early on, I’m not sure, but the Jan. 6 Committee might like to know. One thing I’d bet on, though: Gosar is among the names who sought a pardon from trump, because this bigot is wading in Jan. 6 slop up to his neck—a story the Committee must tell.