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Reveles: Citizens gathered at Gosar’s office in protest of his role in attack on Capitol

Posted 2/24/21

Residents of Gold Canyon gathered Thursday, Feb. 18, at Congressman Paul Gosar’s district office on Kings Ranch Road in protest of his role in the Jan. 6 violent attack on the Capitol.

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Reveles: Citizens gathered at Gosar’s office in protest of his role in attack on Capitol

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Residents of Gold Canyon gathered Thursday, Feb. 18, at Congressman Paul Gosar’s district office on Kings Ranch Road in protest of his role in the Jan. 6 violent attack on the Capitol.

The group pasted “Wanted for Sedition” and other posters on the office entrance window.

The activity was in response to an announcement by three of Paul Gosar siblings, led by his sister Jennifer Gosar, who described their brother as “my extremely dishonest brother who lied about the election being stolen” and who “was key to inciting the traitorous riot at the Capitol.”

The Gosar siblings announcement criticized the American Dental Association and other groups like the Arizona Dental Association that have donated to their brother’s campaigns.

According to the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics the political action groups and their members have given dentist Paul Gosar more than $224,000 over his six terms.

Editor’s note: Roberto Reveles is a resident of Gold Canyon.

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