Arizona Republican's Siblings Endorse His Opponent In Brutal Ads

This US Political Attack Ad Ends With The Most Savage Twist You'll Ever See

This US Political Attack Ad Ends With The Most Savage Twist You'll Ever See

It's hard to get six siblings to agree on anything.

Six siblings of Republican Rep. Paul Gosar delivered a stark message in a new television advertisement: Vote for their brother's opponent. Paul Gosar is the oldest of ten siblings.

"(Gosar) 's not listening to you. "He doesn't have your interests at heart", his brother Tim Gosar said in Brill's ad.

Per reports in the Phoenix New Times, Tim, Jennifer, Gaston, Joan, Grace and David Gosar have been increasingly at odds with their brother in recent years, saying that his positions on immigration, the environment and the like have "effectively torn their family apart".

The Phoenix New Times reported that the ad and others were unveiled at a fundraiser in Phoenix on Thursday night - and that in another spot, which is not public yet, Grace Goser says that "it would be hard to see my brother as anything but a racist".

"It's awful to have to do this", said Jennifer, identified in the ad as a medical interpreter.

The Republican candidate has previously come under fire for flying to England over the summer to voice support for an extremist anti-Muslim organization.

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He has also promoted a conspiracy theory that the violent march of neo-Nazis in Charlottesville previous year was a left-wing plot to stoke racial discord and undermine the president.

Gosar's family members admit it wasn't easy to speak out.

"None of this is pleasant for any of us", David Gosar says.

Whether or not speaking out will make much of a difference is up for debate. Gosar has already become infamous in some political circles for such acts as blocking voters in his own district from visiting his congressional office and claiming in a nationally televised hearing that he could read a Federal Bureau of Investigation agent's body language "very well" based on his expertise ... as a dentist.

In 2016, Gosar defeated Democratic challenger Mikel Weisser handedly with 72 percent of the vote.

Regardless, the Gosar siblings urge voters to hear them out. "We had to stand up for our good name". "This is not who we are".

"I think my brother has traded a lot of the values we had at our kitchen table", says Joan Gosar.

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