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The representative from Texas paid a gospel singer. Records show the money went to an anti-Semite

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But a staffer entered the amount on the FEC forms as going to Steve Anderson, the pastor who helms the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Hair said the staffer is amending the form. A staffer botched an internet search in making the filing to the Federal Election Commission, Gohmert’s chief of staff told The Daily Beast this week. Connie Hair said the $5,500 that Gohmert’s campaign paid indeed went to Amerson, a California-based Christian singer, for performing at a fundraiser in December.

The Daily Beast listed a number of statements in which Anderson celebrated the deaths of gay people, and sermons with titles like “The Jews Are Our Enemies,” “The Jews Killed Jesus” and “Jewish Synagogue = Synagogue of Satan.”

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