Trump-Loving Congressman Called Out for Posting Photoshopped Pic of Obama and Iranian President, and Now He's Trying to Defend It
As backlash continues to come at the White House over President Donald Trump's choice to assassinate a foreign leader, his supporters in his administration and Congress scramble to create excuses and false equivalencies.
Among those congressional supporters is Arizona Republican Representative Paul Gosar.
The death of billionaire and serial child rapist Jeffrey Epstein struck a huge blow to his victims hoping to see him face justice. Officials say that Epstein died by suicide, but due to the maximum security upgrade of his cell following a previous suicide attempt combined with his access to numerous celebrities, politicians, and other notable people, some are saying it's foul play.
In the months since his death, the conspiracy theory phrase "Epstein didn't kill himself" has become a popular meme.
Republican Congressman Is Getting Shredded Online For Making Blatantly False Claims About the Shutdown in a Now Deleted Tweet
Congressman Paul Gosar (R-AZ) is in hot water following a tweet chock full of erroneous "facts" regarding the role of Democrats in the current government shutdown over funding for a wall at the southern border.
The outcry was so swift, that he soon deleted the tweet, but he neglected the fact that the internet is eternal.
Republican Congressman Whose Siblings Endorsed His Democratic Challenger Just Fired Back in the Most Trumpian Way
In a statement, Republican Representative Paul Gosar criticized Dr. David Brill, his Democratic opponent, for capitalizing on "family political differences" after his opponent launched a series of campaign ads featuring six of Gosar's siblings urging people not to vote for him in the upcoming midterm elections.