The House is set to vote Wednesday to approve a resolution that censures Rep. Paul Gosar and strips him of his two committee assignments, which if passed would be the first time a sitting House member will be censured in more than 10 years.
The action led by House Democrats represents a major rebuke to the Arizona Republican for posting a photoshopped anime video to social media showing him appearing to kill Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and attacking President Joe Biden.
The resolution set for a vote will remove Gosar from House Oversight and Reform Committee, which Ocasio-Cortez also serves on, and the Natural Resources Committee.
Read the full article. Per House rules, after a censure vote the offending member must stand in the well and listen to a reading of the resolution. It seems likely that Gosar would refuse to appear.
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