“It’s embarrassing that there is any hesitation on this,” the congresswoman said, demanding that House leaders strip the Republican of committee assignments.
The House minority leader "is so desperate to be speaker" that he's willing to overlook the violent targeting of women of color in Congress, the Democrat said.
Many Republicans have defended the Arizona lawmaker after he posted a video depicting him brutally attacking Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The former president hailed Gosar as “a loyal supporter of our America First agenda” and “highly respected in Arizona.”
The representative reposted and then deleted the violent video, hours after the House publicly reprimanded him for it and stripped his committee assignments.
The extremist Republican's sister also spoke out, saying it's "about time" he was punished.
It's the first censure by the House of Representatives in over 10 years. The Republican congressman was stripped of his committee seats.
The New York lawmaker spoke out ahead of the House vote on whether to censure GOP Rep. Paul Gosar for his violent video.
The far-right Arizona congressman, who was the keynote speaker at a white nationalist conference earlier this year, has not apologized for the video.
"Have we lost all decorum?" Liz Claman asked after the extremist Republican posted an anime video depicting him killing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Although the video shows the Arizona Republican slashing the congresswoman, he claimed it simply depicted “a battle between lawful and unlawful policies."
Jennifer Gosar said she was "beyond aghast" at the doctored anime video her brother posted on social media depicting violent acts against Democrats.
Extremist Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) posted an anime video of him killing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and is now facing major backlash from both sides of the aisle.
"In any workplace in America, if a coworker made an anime video killing another coworker, that person would be fired."
The far-right Arizona lawmaker posted an anti-immigration meme that appeared to endorse violence against Democrats.
The conspiracy theory-endorsing Republican copied progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Met Gala style to make a profane comment about Joe Biden.
The "Late Night" team also suggested outfits for Mitch McConnell, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Jen Psaki.
At a rally, the New York congresswoman also framed a Walton victory as important for American democracy.
At least he "went the entire summer without falling down the stairs once," boasted "Biden."
"Once again we’re in a room of legislators who are attempting to legislate reproductive systems that they know nothing about," the congresswoman said.