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Posted: Nov 18, 2021 6:00 PM

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On November 17th, Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar was censured by two Republicans and nearly all of the Democratic conference in the House of Representatives. One may assume that Gosar did something genuinely horrific to convince an entire majority’s caucus to take him off all the committees he was on, rendering his job to serve his constituents in AZ-04 harder. He must have assaulted someone, been caught in a scandal, or stolen money, right?Nope. The cowards in the Democratic caucus brought the concern to the floor, successfully stripping Gosar of his committees for posting an anime cartoon video of him slaying Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other Democrats in a policy battle over immigration policy. Gosar’s situation was not comparable to former congressman Steve King talking about straight-up white nationalism that he eventually lost his primary over, nor current Congresswoman Ilhan Omar tweeting out an anti-Semitic cartoon about the evils of a Jewish state, both of which deserve condemnation. The subject of punishment was that of a meme his office tweeted out to be funny and relevant to Twitter trends, and now the man has lost some of the most important aspects of his position for simply nothing.The faux outrage and blatant hypocrisy from the Left are downright pitiful when an overview is performed of their own members’ actions. California Congresswoman Maxine Waters advocated for the public harassment of President Trum …

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