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Rep. Gosar newsletter links to antisemitic publication

The Arizona Republican has a history of association with Holocaust deniers.

Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.). Credit: Wikimedia Commons.
Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.). Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), who has a history of associating with white nationalists and Holocaust deniers, is facing criticism for a link in his April 16 newsletter to a publication called Veterans Today. Despite its benign name, the publication has published antisemitic content and Holocaust denial.

The text in the newsletter was different from that on the publication website. The former referred to “warmongers,” while the publication referenced “Jewish warmongers.”

A Russian propaganda website with government ties also published the article.

Anthony Foti, Gosar’s spokesman, did not respond to a query from JNS.

In the past, the congressman tweeted a video linked to antisemite Nick Fuentes. Gosar has also said that he was unaware of Fuentes’s hateful comments.

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