Pelosi calls for ethics and criminal investigations into Gosar

Spokesman Nancy pelosiNancy Pelosi Spending Bill Tackles Senate Christie’s Fight in 2020 Election: ‘No Matter Where You Are, It’s Over’ After a Brutal Election Day, Democrats Make a Wise Return to Downtown MORE (D-Calif.) He is asking for a series of investigations on Rep. Paul gosarPaul Anthony Gosar Rep. Gosar posts anime video showing him beating Biden, Ocasio-Cortez Greene received permission to enter the ‘patriot wing’ of DC jail to visit the January 6 defendants Summons are a real concern for lawmakers facing questions from Jan.6 MORE after the Arizona Republican used Twitter this week to announce violence against the Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-Cortez Rep. Gosar Releases Anime Video Showing Him Hitting Biden, Ocasio-Cortez Former Clinton Strategist: Virginia Results Show Democrats’ Left Too Much Left On Key Issues For Voters Educated Suburban ‘Pediatrician Reveals Challenge to South Carolina Republican Party Mace MORE (DN.Y.) and President BidenJoe Biden Nicaragua Ortega Prepares to Win Election Amid International Criticism Representative Gosar Releases Anime Video Showing Him Hitting Biden, Ocasio-Cortez Overnight Energy & Environment – Presented By ExxonMobil – Activists Cry Over COP26 Draft MORE.

The president is also urging the House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthyKevin McCarthy Rep. MORE (R-Calif.) To join Democrats in supporting investigations into Gosar by both the House Ethics Committee and outside law enforcement agencies.

“Threats of violence against members of Congress and the President of the United States should not be tolerated,” Pelosi tweeted Tuesday. “@GOPLeader should come together to condemn this horrible video and ask the Ethics Committee and law enforcement to investigate.”

Gosar sparked a storm of controversy Monday when he tweeted an animated video showing him and other Republicans as heroic warriors fighting Democrats, interspersed with images of migrants arriving at the southern border of the United States.

The video features characters from a Japanese-style anime series, their faces replaced with images of Gosar and two other conservative brand names: Representatives Lauren Boehbert (R-Colo.) And Marjorie Taylor GreeneMarjorie Taylor GreeneGOP’s Efforts to Minimize the Danger of Capitol Riots Increase Memorandum: Now What for Anti-Trump Republicans? Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Says She Will Meet With Trump ‘Soon’ In Florida MORE (R-Ga.) – who jumped with various weapons. In one scene, Gosar’s character executes another character, manipulated to represent Ocasio-Cortez, striking her on the back of the neck with a sword.

In another, Gosar confronts Biden head-on with two drawn swords.

While promoting the video to his Twitter followers, Gosar asked, “Any anime fans?”

The video has sparked another national debate about discourse and civility in political discourse, as well as the role of tech giants in policing the content that appears under their labels. Twitter, facing backlash, refused to remove Gosar’s video, but has attached a warning label to it.

Gosar is already coming under fire for his role in promoting Donald trumpDonald Trump Meat industry groups pledge to meet Paris Agreement emissions targets by 2030 Judge dismisses part of DC AG’s lawsuit against Trump’s inaugural committee Representative Gosar publishes anime video showing him hitting Biden, Ocasio-Cortez MOREIt is a lie that the 2020 elections were stolen and he is among the Republicans expected to be called to testify in the bipartisan investigation into the Jan.6 attack on the Capitol.

That attack has sparked rampant mistrust between the parties on Capitol Hill, where the fear of further violence is palpable even 11 months later. And other Democratic leaders were quick to join Pelosi in urging McCarthy to take action against Gosar for announcing the anime violence.

“In any other job in the United States, if a co-worker recorded a video killing another co-worker, that person would be fired,” said the four leaders of the Democratic policy and communications team, the representatives. Matt cartwrightMatthew (Matt) Alton Cartwright Democrats on the cusp of broad agreement on Biden’s agenda House Democrats reintroduce bill to empower public sector unions I’ve seen the Camp Lejeune tragedy – we can’t wait any longer to help those affected by toxic water MORE (Pennsylvania.), Debbie dingellDeborah (Debbie) Ann Dingell Democrats Seek to Establish Green Bank for Clean Energy Projects Pelosi: Law Problems Could Be Resolved at ‘End of Day’ House Democrats Ignore Manchin MORE (I.), Ted’s locationThe State Department Ted W. (California) and Joe neguseJoseph (Joe) Neguse Equilibrium / Sustainability – Presented by Southern Company – What a Leading Biologist Says That Will Save Humans Democrats Push for Increased Wildland Fire Pay, Greater Mental Health Benefits Honor Our Frontline First Responders PLUS (Colo.) Said Tuesday in a statement.

“Mr. McCarthy must decide whether he will ultimately support the American people on the side of law and order or continue to support violence and chaos.”

Neither Gosar’s nor McCarthy’s office responded to requests for comment Tuesday.

Ocasio-Cortez responded Monday night in a tweet of her own, saying that “a creepy member I work with who raises funds for neo-Nazi groups shared a fantasy video of him killing me.”

“And he will face no consequences,” he added, “bc @GOPLeader cheers him on with excuses.”

Senate Majority Leader Charles schumerChuck SchumerGOP Delves into Blocking Diplomatic Selections by Biden Sununu Says He Will Decide on Senate Run ‘Next Week’ Christie on 2020 Election: ‘No Matter Where You Are, It’s Over’ MORE (DN.Y.) was much more concise.

“What a disgusting video of a pathetic man,” he said. said of Gosar.

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