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Matt Gaetz Mocks Democrats for Censuring Gosar Over Anime Meme

“I would just suggest we have better things to do on the floor of the House of Representatives than be the hall monitors for Twitter.”

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Representative Matt Gaetz mocked House Democrats for the censuring of Representative Paul Gosar over an anime meme video, suggesting that they might next indict Wile E. Coyote for cartoon violence.

“I oppose political violence in all forms regardless of the politics of the target. I am no expert on Japanese anime, but I am told, and I do believe, that it is not real,” Gaetz said, during the debate to censure Gosar. “What is real is the crisis on our border, the inflation crushing American families, unvetted Afghans in our country, and what is definitely real, is the violence that burned our cities and harmed our businesses in the summer of 2020, often encouraged by Democrats in Congress.”

“In the last session week we had, we reviewed Steve Bannon’s podcast. Today, we’re critiquing Paul Gosar’s anime.”

“Next week, we might be indicting the Wile E. Coyote for an explosive ordinance against the Roadrunner,” Gaetz joked, telling Representatives that “if you don’t like Paul Gosar’s tweets, tweet back at him. We know there are plenty of folks in Big Tech who will amplify your message.”

“I would just suggest we have better things to do on the floor of the House of Representatives than be the hall monitors for Twitter,” Gaetz argued. “If we got a thousand Americans in almost any district in America together and asked what was troubling them, I don’t know if we would find two in any district that would put Paul Gosar on the list of things that matters to them more than the issues that they face on their kitchen table.”

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