Paul Gosar's Siblings Support Rival In TV Advertisements For David Brill

His siblings reportedly broke ties with him after controversial Charlottesville comments last year

His siblings reportedly broke ties with him after controversial Charlottesville comments last year

"What are we supposed to do?" "We had to stand up for our good name".

"It's intervention time", said Tim Gosar, a private investigator.

"It's intervention time", he said, "when you go to vote, you go to vote...to vote Paul out". "I'm not going to break bread with a racist".

The siblings were alarmed at what they saw as the congressman's increasingly extremist views on immigration, health care and white supremacists, one of them, David Gosar, said Saturday.

Gosar has also made headlines for controversial comments about Native Americans and recently, when he warned attorneys helping refugees they could be prosecuted.

David Gosar, Jennifer Gosar and Joan Gosar can be seen talking about their brother in a clip.

At least one senator, Dick Durbin from the U.S. state of IL, planned to bring an undocumented "dreamer" to the speech as a guest.

Gosar suggested in an interview with Vice News that the rally was "created by the left" and carried out by an "Obama sympathizer".

He also called Democratic Party donor George Soros a Nazi collaborator in an interview with another news outlet.

But Arizona's Fourth Congressional District is deeply conservative, giving Brill an uphill battle in the general election race. He said the 10 siblings were tight-knit growing up in a small town in Wyoming, playing sports or cards. However, it appears six of his nine siblings were not the fans of the representative. The ad was released Friday on social channels by the Brill for Congress campaign.

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First reported by Phoenix New Times, the endorsements quickly became a national news story, with political observers calling the ad campaign one of the most jaw-dropping they have ever seen.

Brill, a Prescott doctor, is very much a long-shot to defeat Gosar.

Paul, an outspoken Donald Trump fan, won his district with 71 percent of the vote in 2016.

It opens with "Grace, rural physician", declaring, "Paul Gosar the congressman isn't doing anything to support rural America".

Family members who split with their political kin tend to draw attention and media coverage and are often sought by opposing campaigns.

"Paul's absolutely not working for his district", says a lawyer whose name is shown as "David".

"It would be hard to see my brother as anything but a racist", Grace Gosar says in one of the videos, according to the Phoenix New Times.

Paul Gosar's siblings, however, disagreed.

"I don't expect anything like that from him", he said. "This is causing serious damage to the country", he said.

He continued in another tweet, explaining "You can't pick your family".

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