Paul Gosar should not be representing the people of Arizona Congressional District (CD) Four.
Never mind he does not have the courage to debate his opponent in an open forum.
Never mind he is a science-denying white nationalist conspiracy theory lover.
Never mind he did not want to help fund the health care of 9/11 First Responders.
Never mind his own siblings have endorsed his Democratic opponent in two consecutive election cycles.
All the voters in CD Four have to consider are Mr. Gosar’s social media account communications.
They show a person who lacks the character and decency to serve the public.
In his latest attempt at bad-taste humor, the fringe right-wing reactionary Representative posted a sleazy tweet attacking Hunter Biden and his former problem with illegal substances.
What is it with these Republicans that think attacking the children of candidates is fair game?
If that were true, there are some children with the last name of Trump that would make the most wonderful of ads and they would be both accurate and pertinent.
“As a registered nurse, I’ve seen the physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial impacts of drug addiction. Representative Gosar crossed the line when he mocked Hunter Biden. He is insensitive to those who are fighting this chronic illness. A representative of the people should be taking the lead to address our opioid crisis, not stigmatizing those who suffer addiction. Gosar’s behavior on social media is unprofessional, and his influence causes division and hatred.”
The people of CD Four can do better than Paul Gosar when they either finish filling out their early ballots by October 27, 2020, or vote in person by November 3, 2020.
Follow the guidance of Gosar’s siblings. They should know better than anyone else who is best to represent the people in CD Four and it is not their brother.
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