The House of Representatives censured Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., on Wednesday for an animated video he posted on social media, stripping him of his two committee assignments -- the Committee on Natural Resources and the Committee on Oversight and Reform.

The censure was over a video he posted of a scene from Hajime Isayama’s manga “Attack on Titan.” In the video, Gosar’s character and animated lookalikes of Rep. Lauren Bobert, R-Colo., and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., attack giant characters manipulated with photos of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and President Joe Biden. The caption of the video reads “attack of migrants.”

“What is so hard about saying that this is wrong? This is not about me. This is not about Rep. Gosar. But this is about what we are willing to accept,” Ocasio-Cortez said during the debate.

This is the first time the House has censured a representative in over a decade. Democrats unanimously voted to censure Gosar. Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wy., and Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., voted against party lines, while the rest of the GOP representatives voted against Gosar’s censure.

Despite the graphic nature of the video he posted, Gosar said, “I do not espouse violence towards anyone. I never have. It was not my purpose to make anyone upset.”

Gosar also shared a meme that mocked people, particularly Democrats, for overreacting, stating that “it’s a cartoon. Relax.” He also retweeted multiple mentions of people saying he did nothing wrong.

However, some feel that censure is not enough. According to NBC, Gosar’s own siblings called for him to be removed from Congress. In the past, Gosar has shared conspiracy theories surrounding the 2020 election, according to The Hill.

More recently, he shared a video appearing to show him getting up from his desk, putting on his jacket and walking around with accompanying text that read “me omw [on my way] to end immigration.”