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Twitter refuse to take down Gosar anime that sees him assassinate AOC

Twitter has refused to take down an edited anime video that exhibits Arizona Republican Representative Paul Gosar assassinating New York progressive Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Twitter flagged the tweet on Monday night time however allowed it to keep up on the location as a result of it was thought of to be within the “public interest”.

Mr Gosar posted the video on Sunday night time, displaying a number of Republican lawmakers, together with Mr Gosar, Georgia Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene, and Colorado Rep Lauren Boebert, because the heroes within the Japanese anime present Attack on Titan – a programme a couple of small post-apocalyptic society in a closed-off metropolis so as to hold away giants referred to as Titans.

The face of Ms Ocasio-Cortez is superimposed on a Titan that is killed by Mr Gosar’s character, who additionally assaults a personality with President Joe Biden’s face.

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“This Tweet violated the Twitter Rules about hateful conduct,” the observe added by Twitter to Mr Gosar’s tweet states. “However, Twitter has determined that it may be in the public’s interest for the Tweet to remain accessible.”

“This is sick behaviour from Rep Paul Gosar,” California Democrat Ted Lieu tweeted. “He tweeted out the video showing him killing Rep Ocasio-Cortez from both his official account and personal account. In any workplace in America, if a coworker made an anime video killing another coworker, that person would be fired.”

Ms Ocasio-Cortez added that “a creepy member I work with who fundraises for Neo-Nazi groups shared a fantasy video of him killing me and he’ll face no consequences [because] @GOPLeader cheers him on with excuses. Fun Monday! Well, back to work because institutions don’t protect [women of colour].”

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