Arizona GOP Rep. Paul Gosar tweeted a fake image of a photoshopped meeting between former President Barack Obama and Iran President Hassan Rouhani amid growing tensions with Iran, captioning the post with, “The world is a better place without these guys in power.”
Twitter users were quick to point out the photoshopped image Monday afternoon, noting the original image was of a meeting between Obama and India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Gosar sent a follow-up tweet calling out “dim witted reporters,” saying that “no one said this wasn’t photoshopped” and “no one said Obama met with Rouhani in person.”
Gosar last appeared on JMG last month when he tweeted a 1992 video of televison studio lighting rig falling on Hillary Clinton. His caption: “Remember the reason for the season.”
In 2018 Gosar appeared on JMG when all six of his siblings urged voters to elect his opponent.
Prior to that, he appeared here for literally fleeing CNN reporters after claiming that George Soros had orchestrated the Nazi demonstration in Charlotteville, Virginia.
GOP Rep. Paul Gosar tweeted a photoshopped image of Obama with Rouhani, apparently believing Rouhani is actually Soleimani.
The actual image is of Obama and Indian PM Manmohan Singh. pic.twitter.com/CfO8AhyBq0
— Aaron Blake (@AaronBlake) January 6, 2020
Gosar now going after “dim witted” reporters pointing out he shared a fake. pic.twitter.com/XWlN3VvZE9
— andrew kaczynski🤔 (@KFILE) January 6, 2020