The ad, which has already racked up over 400,000 views on Youtube, features the six individuals, but doesn't drop the bombshell reveal of their relation to the congressman until the end.
A political campaign commercial aimed at Republican representative Paul Gosar, from the state of Arizona, has gone viral in the U.S. thanks to its twist ending, which contains some of the more pure savagery we've ever witnessed.
A man named Tim, a private investigator, says: "He's not listening to you and he doesn't have your interests at heart".
In what's sure to be one of the most shocking political ads of the year, 3 of Paul's brothers and 3 of his sisters slam him and voice their support for Democratic nominee, Dr. David Brill.
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People have called it one of the most surprising political ads in recent memory and the internet, of course, had a lot to say about the sibling feud.
A United States political campaign ad is making waves online thanks to a surprising sting in its tail that's been described as "the biggest wow moment" of any political ad ever.
Nope - six of Mr Gosar's siblings have spoken out to endorse his rival, Democrat David Brill. In that time, he's suggested, without any evidence, that liberal donor George Soros may have been a Nazi collaborator in a Vice News documentary.
"None of this", said brother David, a lawyer, "is pleasant for any of us". "These disgruntled Hillary suppporters [sic] are related by blood to me but like leftists everywhere, they put political ideology before family". "It's disgusting to have to do this", says Jennifer Gosar. However, it appears six of his nine siblings were not the fans of the representative. Another said he traded in everything he learned around the family kitchen table. He told the Phoenix New Times he is grateful for the Gosar family's support, calling them "upstanding, wonderful people".
Gosar, 59, has represented the 4th District since 2013 and represented the 1st Congressional District for one term before that. In 2016, he won with 71 percent of the vote, and his mostly rural district is considered "solid Republican" by the Cook Political Report.
Bernadette said that she has a "wonderful" family but that the members of the family don't always see eye to eye politically. He added. "You can't pick your family".