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The Real Danger To The Future Of The United States - Democrat Spending - Shovel-Ready Jobs, Anyone?
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AlleyCat
2019-04-08 23:50:01 UTC
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The question is simple, the answer likely not: What do we do?
Take back the free trillion+ bucks insanely stolen by Obama and the
Democrats to lie about giving the AMERICAN people (not Canadian welfare
queens), "shovel-ready jobs.
Good point, wee wy.

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Trump's Policy Boosts Manufacturing Jobs 399% In First 26 Months Over
Obama's Last 26

During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump consistently promised
to revive America's manufacturing economy.

Trump's focus on manufacturing brought out high-profile critics who
scoffed at the notion. President Obama notably said in June 2016 that
manufacturing jobs "are just not going to come back." He said this at a
time when manufacturing job growth had flat-lined, falling by 31,000 from
January of 2016 to when he delivered his pessimistic comments in June of
that year.

While President Obama's time in office did see job gains, even in
manufacturing, it's important to note that jobs always come back in a
post-recession recovery. But comparing the nation's most-recent economic
recovery from the trough in June 2009, the pace of job growth was slower
in Obama's tenure than in any past recovery-except for the rebound from
the mild eight-month recession in 2001, following the deflation of the
dot-com bubble.

Much of the blame for the weak economy can be set at the feet of two
failed economic policies: monetary and fiscal. From the reliance on the
Federal Reserve's easy money-$4.5 trillion of "quantitative easing" - to
the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) started under President Bush to
Obama's Cash For Clunkers program, the post-2009 recovery was marked by
government intervention at levels not seen since the Great Depression 70
years earlier.

Furthermore, with federal regulatory activity at historic highs under
President Obama, investors were scared off from making long-term
commitments. As a result, much of the Federal Reserve's easy money sat
safely on the sidelines.

As the shock was settling in less than three weeks after Trump's election,
Paul Krugman, a New York Times columnist and economist, said of President-
elect Trump's manufacturing jobs promises, "Nothing policy can do will
bring back those lost jobs. The service sector is the future of work; but
nobody wants to hear it."
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Yet last Friday, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics issued its February
jobs report. Comparing the Trump administration's first 26 months of
employment data with the last 26 months under Obama is insightful.

Both periods are considered by most economists to be in the mature stage
of the business cycle. In Obama's case, slow economic growth, especially
regarding sluggish manufacturing employment, was considered the "new
normal." The national economy grew by 1.6% in 2016, Obama's last year.

From October 2014 to December 2016, private sector employment grew by 4.4%
as the unemployment rate dipped to 4.7%. In the past 26 months, private
employers have grown their payrolls by 4.0% as the job market has
tightened considerably, with official unemployment dropping to 3.8%.

While overall employment numbers are comparable, the difference in
manufacturing is profound. In the last 26 months of Obama's presidency,
manufacturing employment grew by 96,000 or 0.8%. In Trump's first 26
months, manufacturers added 479,000 jobs, or 3.9%, 399% more jobs than
Obama's record.

Is it any wonder that President Obama derided then-candidate Trump for
needing a "magic wand" to deliver on his manufacturing jobs promise?

On the other hand, federal, state and local government jobs, many of them
creators of job-stifling red tape, grew by 1.8% in Obama's last 26 months
compared to 0.8% under Trump.

In fact, over the past 26 months, there were 168% more jobs in
manufacturing created than in government, while during Obama's last 26
months, there were 303% more government jobs created than in
manufacturing. This was not sustainable. Government jobs don't pay for
themselves.

And here's where President Trump's pro-growth policies come into play.

The current stretch in increased manufacturing employment started in
November, 2016-the month of Trump's election. Employers, especially those
faced with making long-term investments in physical plants and equipment,
anticipated regulatory relief under Trump.

They got the relief they hoped for.

By October 2018, the Trump Administration cut 2.7 major regulations for
every one added, greatly reducing regulatory cost and risk.

In addition, the tax cuts signed into law in December 2017 not only
reduced corporate tax rates, encouraging investment, they also
incentivized U.S.-based multinational corporations to bring home profits
held overseas.

In the first nine months of 2018, these firms repatriated $571.3 billion-
money needed for job-creating investment at home, but had been held in
foreign countries because America had the highest corporate tax rate in
the industrialized world.

Trump's pro-growth policies appear to be all the magic the manufacturing
sector needed .
AlleyCat
2019-04-09 00:06:13 UTC
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2. The SPLC is itself a hate group, why would I believe anything they
publish?
What "hateful" things have they done that "harmed" people they "hated"?
So "hate" has to "harm", or there is no hate?

"... many of whom have had their livelihoods - and even in some cases,
their physical safety - threatened by the SPLC."

No 'harm", huh?

God, you're so fucking stupid.

By the way, fat ass, the SPLC labels ANYONE who disagrees with THEIR
feewings, a hate group, even when they're not.

THAT'S the "harm" they cause.

Evidence of "harm", caused by the SPLC:

Why Is the Southern Poverty Law Center Bullying Victims of Radical
Islamists?
https://spectator.org/why-is-the-southern-poverty-law-center-bullying-
victims-of-radical-islamists/

... the SPLC also lumps victims of radical Islamic terrorism together with
hate groups such as the KKK and neo-Nazis.

Case in point: SPLC's continuous attacks against Brigitte Gabriel. Born in
Lebanon, Gabriel and her family were targeted by radical Islamists for
being part of Lebanon's Maronite Christian minority. When she was ten
years old, Gabriel and her parents were forced to live underground in an
eight-by-ten-foot bomb shelter for seven years. Yet, the SPLC lists
Gabriel as a hate-monger, while Hezbollah (which continues its reign of
terror in her homeland to this day) is not even listed as a hate group.

Reality check: SPLC simply couldn't care less about the victims of radical
Islam, even though they most often turn out to be Muslims. This is the
same outfit that issued a hit list targeting Maajid Nawaz and Ayaan Hirsi
Ali as "anti-Muslim extremists."

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Gavin McInnes Fills War Chest for Legal Battle Against SPLC
https://bigleaguepolitics.com/exclusive-gavin-mcinnes-fills-war-chest-for-
legal-battle-against-splc/

McInnes' legal battle is an important one for conservatives, many of whom
have had their livelihoods - and even in some cases, their physical safety
- threatened by the SPLC.
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Obama the dunce:

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-xXElQUua1r8/UIMG8
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Navy CorPse man?

57 states?

He Sees Dead People: "On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its
unbroken line of fallen heroes - I see many of them in the audience
here today.

Haley Joel Osment Has NOTHING On Obama

I bowled a 129 like a Special Olympian?

Yeah, THAT Was Sensitive

Israel is a strong friend of Israel's?

I just noticed I can't speak without my teleprompter!

It would cost... it would cost about... the same as what we would
spend... it would cosssst...It would cost... it would cost about...
the same as what we would spend... it would cosssst...It would
cost... it would cost about... the same as what we would spend... it
would cosssst...It would cost... it would cost about... the same as
what we would spend... it would cosssst...

2004: Obama opposes the federal Defense of Marriage Act while running for
a U.S. Senate seat in Illinois. He also opposes same-sex marriage.

The Defense of Marriage Act, signed by Bill Clinton, allows states to
refuse to recognize same-sex marriages legally established in other
states. It previously prevented the federal government from recognizing
same-sex marriages, until the Supreme Court ruled that provision
unconstitutional in 2013.

http://tinypic.com/r/24edz89/8

"I believe that marriage is between a man and a woman." - Barack Hussein
Obama

http://tinypic.com/r/23vgxap/8

"I believe that marriage, is the union between a man and a woman. Now, for
me as a Christian, it's also a scared union." - Barack Hussein Obama

"I am not a supporter of gay marriage as it has been thrown about,
primarily just as a strategic issue. I think that marriage, in the minds
of a lot of voters, has a religious connotation." - Barack Hussein Obama
AlleyCat
2019-04-09 00:11:34 UTC
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On Mon, 8 Apr 2019 09:46:52 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
The one
that asshole Trump inspires and leads, and in which you two racist
jackballs participate. Yes, that one.
Cite his quotes on where he was "inspiring" or "leading" ANY hate group.

Did he say anything with any group IN his sentencing? Nope.

Just because someone votes for you ("you" being editorial, of course,
since YOU could never be elected to anything other than king of the
basement nerds), doesn't mean you "lead" those who did.

Also, NOT denouncing someone proves nothing.

I don't believe Obama "led" or "inspired" the Black Mooslims or the "New"
Black Panther Party, but they voted for him and he did NOT denounce either
one.

Fuck, you're an immature little child.
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http://youtu.be/T_AAMa_X2dM

Navy CorPse man?

57 states?

He Sees Dead People: "On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its
unbroken line of fallen heroes - I see many of them in the audience
here today.

Haley Joel Osment Has NOTHING On Obama

I bowled a 129 like a Special Olympian?

Yeah, THAT Was Sensitive

Israel is a strong friend of Israel's?

I just noticed I can't speak without my teleprompter!

It would cost... it would cost about... the same as what we would
spend... it would cosssst...It would cost... it would cost about...
the same as what we would spend... it would cosssst...It would
cost... it would cost about... the same as what we would spend... it
would cosssst...It would cost... it would cost about... the same as
what we would spend... it would cosssst...

2004: Obama opposes the federal Defense of Marriage Act while running for
a U.S. Senate seat in Illinois. He also opposes same-sex marriage.

The Defense of Marriage Act, signed by Bill Clinton, allows states to
refuse to recognize same-sex marriages legally established in other
states. It previously prevented the federal government from recognizing
same-sex marriages, until the Supreme Court ruled that provision
unconstitutional in 2013.

http://tinypic.com/r/24edz89/8

"I believe that marriage is between a man and a woman." - Barack Hussein
Obama

http://tinypic.com/r/23vgxap/8

"I believe that marriage, is the union between a man and a woman. Now, for
me as a Christian, it's also a scared union." - Barack Hussein Obama

"I am not a supporter of gay marriage as it has been thrown about,
primarily just as a strategic issue. I think that marriage, in the minds
of a lot of voters, has a religious connotation." - Barack Hussein Obama
AlleyCat
2019-04-09 00:12:25 UTC
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On Mon, 8 Apr 2019 07:35:12 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
What white supremacy movement?
The one in which you participate, kleagle.
LOL... and he says he's not a lieberal.

WRONNNNG!
--
http://youtu.be/T_AAMa_X2dM

Navy CorPse man?

57 states?

He Sees Dead People: "On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its
unbroken line of fallen heroes - I see many of them in the audience
here today.

Haley Joel Osment Has NOTHING On Obama

I bowled a 129 like a Special Olympian?

Yeah, THAT Was Sensitive

Israel is a strong friend of Israel's?

I just noticed I can't speak without my teleprompter!

It would cost... it would cost about... the same as what we would
spend... it would cosssst...It would cost... it would cost about...
the same as what we would spend... it would cosssst...It would
cost... it would cost about... the same as what we would spend... it
would cosssst...It would cost... it would cost about... the same as
what we would spend... it would cosssst...

2004: Obama opposes the federal Defense of Marriage Act while running for
a U.S. Senate seat in Illinois. He also opposes same-sex marriage.

The Defense of Marriage Act, signed by Bill Clinton, allows states to
refuse to recognize same-sex marriages legally established in other
states. It previously prevented the federal government from recognizing
same-sex marriages, until the Supreme Court ruled that provision
unconstitutional in 2013.

http://tinypic.com/r/24edz89/8

"I believe that marriage is between a man and a woman." - Barack Hussein
Obama

http://tinypic.com/r/23vgxap/8

"I believe that marriage, is the union between a man and a woman. Now, for
me as a Christian, it's also a scared union." - Barack Hussein Obama

"I am not a supporter of gay marriage as it has been thrown about,
primarily just as a strategic issue. I think that marriage, in the minds
of a lot of voters, has a religious connotation." - Barack Hussein Obama
AlleyCat
2019-04-09 00:36:16 UTC
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the rising tide of the right wing white supremacist movement?
Brought on by the racist Obama and his racist regime... Holder, Rice,
Jarrett, et al.

Obama set race relations back 50 years with his OBVIOUS racism and pro-
Muslim rants.

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The George Zimmerman verdict:

Obama: "Trayvon Martin Could Have Been Me"

"Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago."

"If a white male teen was involved in the same kind of scenario, both the
outcome and the aftermath might have been different."

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Obama's Henry Gates-Gate - Cop "Acted Stupidly", Without Obama Knowing ANY
Of The Facts - Obama Later Backpedaled

By Clarence Page - July 26, 2009

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"I disagree with President Obama," said the BLACK journalist.

I don't think the Cambridge, Mass., police officer who arrested Harvard
Prof. Henry Louis Gates Jr., for "disorderly conduct" in his own home
acted "stupidly." Sgt. James M. Crowley's use of legal force was
excessive, in my view, yet well tailored to fit Gates' real offense in the
police sergeant's eyes: "Contempt of cop."

As just about everyone on the planet knows by now, Sgt. Crowley visited
Gates in his home to find out if he really lived there. A female passerby
had seen Gates and another man forcing open the stuck front door of his
own home and summoned police for a possible burglary. The sergeant says
the scholar repeatedly accused him of racism and made derogatory remarks
about his mother, to wit: "Yeah, I'll speak to your mama when we get
outside." Not nice.

But Gates and his lawyer dispute Crowley's account, calling it exaggerated
and partly fabricated. After Gates was released and the charges were
dropped, President Obama rekindled the controversy by saying Cambridge
police "acted stupidly," during the encounter.

Obama later backpedaled a bit. He called the sergeant "an outstanding
police officer," yet maintained that "it would have been better if cooler
heads had prevailed." Indeed, it would. But that's not easy when two
versions of pride come into conflict.
--
http://youtu.be/T_AAMa_X2dM

Navy CorPse man?

57 states?

He Sees Dead People: "On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its
unbroken line of fallen heroes - I see many of them in the audience
here today.

Haley Joel Osment Has NOTHING On Obama

I bowled a 129 like a Special Olympian?

Yeah, THAT Was Sensitive

Israel is a strong friend of Israel's?

I just noticed I can't speak without my teleprompter!

It would cost... it would cost about... the same as what we would
spend... it would cosssst...It would cost... it would cost about...
the same as what we would spend... it would cosssst...It would
cost... it would cost about... the same as what we would spend... it
would cosssst...It would cost... it would cost about... the same as
what we would spend... it would cosssst...

2004: Obama opposes the federal Defense of Marriage Act while running for
a U.S. Senate seat in Illinois. He also opposes same-sex marriage.

The Defense of Marriage Act, signed by Bill Clinton, allows states to
refuse to recognize same-sex marriages legally established in other
states. It previously prevented the federal government from recognizing
same-sex marriages, until the Supreme Court ruled that provision
unconstitutional in 2013.

http://tinypic.com/r/24edz89/8

"I believe that marriage is between a man and a woman." - Barack Hussein
Obama

http://tinypic.com/r/23vgxap/8

"I believe that marriage, is the union between a man and a woman. Now, for
me as a Christian, it's also a scared union." - Barack Hussein Obama

"I am not a supporter of gay marriage as it has been thrown about,
primarily just as a strategic issue. I think that marriage, in the minds
of a lot of voters, has a religious connotation." - Barack Hussein Obama
Ted
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
the rising tide of the right wing white supremacist movement?
Brought on by the racist Obama and his racist regime... Holder, Rice,
Jarrett, et al.
Obama set race relations back 50 years with his OBVIOUS racism and pro-
Muslim rants.
http://i.imgur.com/uWvhO3t.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/khtGp9x.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/QYF1YDK.jpg
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Obama: "Trayvon Martin Could Have Been Me"
"Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago."
"If a white male teen was involved in the same kind of scenario, both the
outcome and the aftermath might have been different."
=====
Obama's Henry Gates-Gate - Cop "Acted Stupidly", Without Obama Knowing ANY
Of The Facts - Obama Later Backpedaled
By Clarence Page - July 26, 2009
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/topicons/clarence_page.jpg
"I disagree with President Obama," said the BLACK journalist.
I don't think the Cambridge, Mass., police officer who arrested Harvard
Prof. Henry Louis Gates Jr., for "disorderly conduct" in his own home
acted "stupidly." Sgt. James M. Crowley's use of legal force was
excessive, in my view, yet well tailored to fit Gates' real offense in the
police sergeant's eyes: "Contempt of cop."
As just about everyone on the planet knows by now, Sgt. Crowley visited
Gates in his home to find out if he really lived there. A female passerby
had seen Gates and another man forcing open the stuck front door of his
own home and summoned police for a possible burglary. The sergeant says
the scholar repeatedly accused him of racism and made derogatory remarks
about his mother, to wit: "Yeah, I'll speak to your mama when we get
outside." Not nice.
But Gates and his lawyer dispute Crowley's account, calling it exaggerated
and partly fabricated. After Gates was released and the charges were
dropped, President Obama rekindled the controversy by saying Cambridge
police "acted stupidly," during the encounter.
Obama later backpedaled a bit. He called the sergeant "an outstanding
police officer," yet maintained that "it would have been better if cooler
heads had prevailed." Indeed, it would. But that's not easy when two
versions of pride come into conflict.
Division of the populace is one of their objectives.
Gronk
2019-04-16 05:12:27 UTC
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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2018/08/31/andrew-gillum-racist-robocalls-tied-neo-nazis-target-florida-gubernatorial-candidate/1162133002/

Robocalls against Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum that say
they were paid for by a neo-Nazi group in Idaho are going out to voters in
Tallahassee.

The automated calls are narrated by someone pretending to be Gillum and
using an exaggerated minstrel dialect with jungle noises in the
background. The calls end with a disclaimer that they were funded by The
Road to Power, an anti-Semitic, white supremacist website and podcast
linked to Scott Rhodes of Sandpoint, Idaho.




https://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/article216387050.html

On his Monday morning radio show, Steve West promotes fanatical
conspiracies about “Jewish cabals” that are “harvesting baby parts”
through Planned Parenthood, that torture and molest children and that run
the Republican Party.

On Tuesday he won the Republican primary for a Clay County seat in the
Missouri House by nearly 25 points.

“Looking back in history, unfortunately, Hitler was right about what was
taking place in Germany. And who was behind it,” West said on a show on
KCXL radio on Jan. 23, 2017.



https://apnews.com/cc98ddc92a22ef050a9dac7c4ee9ce77
Sep. 16, 1997

One questioner asked whether blacks would feel comfortable in a party
in which David Duke, the former Ku Klux Klan leader who made
unsuccessful runs for the U.S. Senate and governor, has been
elected chairman of the Republican Executive Committee in a
Louisiana parish.

"We’re a party of inclusion,″ Gingrich replied.

And Nicholson said: "We welcome people to this party as long as
they are willing to adopt our agenda and not their own.″




http://www.fox5ny.com/news/216901098-story

The Ku Klux Klan has announced it plans to hold a rally in North Carolina
in response to Donald Trump's election as president.

The Loyal White Knights, based in Pelham, NC, says on its website that its
victory parade, referred to as "Victory Klavalkade Parade" will be held on
December 3, 2016. It does not specify where.

Below the event details is an announcement in all-caps that states,
"Trump's race united my people."


http://uproxx.com/news/david-duke-donald-trump-taking-over-gop/
08.21.16

Late last week, Duke and his co-host, Don Advo, discussed the Donald Trump
campaign’s hiring of Stephen Bannon, the former executive chairman of
Breitbart, a right-wing publication, as campaign CEO. Advo remarked that
“We appear to have taken over the Republican Party,” where “we” refers to
the white supremacist movements active on the American right.



https://www.buzzfeed.com/andrewkaczynski/david-duke-urges-his-supporters-to-volunteer-and-vote-for-tr
Posted on February 25, 2016

David Duke, a white nationalist and former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard, is
urging the listeners of his radio program to volunteer and vote for Donald
Trump.

"Voting for these people, voting against Donald Trump at this point is
really treason to your heritage," Duke said on the David Duke Radio
Program Wednesday, referring to Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. "I'm not saying
I endorse everything about Trump, in fact I haven't formally endorsed him.
But I do support his candidacy, and I support voting for him as a
strategic action. I hope he does everything we hope he will do."

Duke then urged his followers to call Trump's campaign headquarters to
volunteer.



https://www.yahoo.com/news/david-duke-says-donald-trump-120005026.html

Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke is running for Senate in Louisiana,
and he says Donald Trump’s popularity is helping him in the race.

“I love it,” Duke told the LA Times. “The fact that Donald Trump’s doing
so well, it proves that I’m winning. I am winning.”

Duke also told the LA Times that Trump’s proposed policies, like building
a wall along the border with Mexico and banning Muslims from entering the
country, show the country is open to a white power message. “He’s talking
about it in a visceral way,” Duke said. “Donald Trump is talking
implicitly. I’m talking explicitly.”



http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/305912-kkk-american-nazi-party-praise-trumps-hiring-of-bannon

President-elect Donald Trump is drawing praise from the Ku Klux Klan,
neo-Nazis and other white nationalist groups for appointing former
Breitbart executive Stephen Bannon as his chief strategist.

“Perhaps The Donald is for real,” Rocky Suhayda, chairman of the American
Nazi Party, told CNN in an segment that included interviews with several
white nationalists.

Trump’s hiring of Bannon has drawn bitter criticism from Democrats, but
white nationalists believe it’s evidence the president-elect intends to
live up to his campaign promises to deport illegal immigrants and build a
wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

David Duke, a former KKK leader who lost his Senate bid last week in
Louisiana, called Bannon’s hiring an “excellent” decision.

Bannon will “push Trump in the right direction,” suggested Richard
Spencer, president of the white nationalist National Policy Institute.
“That would be a wonderful thing.”

“It makes sense to me,” added Brad Griffin, author of the white
nationalist website Occidental Dissent.




http://time.com/4240268/donald-trump-kkk-david-duke/

Donald Trump on Sunday refused to condemn the Ku Klux Klan or disavow his
recent endorsement by former Klansman David Duke.
The Republican front runner said he didn’t know enough about Duke to
publicly denounce the former KKK leader, who told his followers earlier
this week that voting for anyone but Trump would be “treason to your
heritage.”

“Well, just so you understand, I don’t know anything about David Duke, OK?
I don’t know anything about what you’re even talking about with white
supremacy or white supremacists,” Trump said on CNN’s State of the Union.
“I know nothing about David Duke. I know nothing about white supremacists.”





https://www.politico.com/story/2018/06/29/arthur-jones-nazi-
illinois-republicans-686875

Illinois Republicans botched four opportunities to
stop an avowed Nazi from representing their party in a Chicago-
area congressional district. Now they’re paying the price.

Arthur Jones, a Holocaust denier who will appear on the November
ballot as the GOP candidate against Democratic Rep. Dan
Lipinski, has become campaign fodder for Democrats as they seek
to defeat Gov. Bruce Rauner. And some Republicans even fear the
taint from Jones‘ extremist views poses a threat to the party up
and down the ticket.




http://www.newsweek.com/republican-senate-candidate-free-jews-904652

REPUBLICAN SENATE CANDIDATE, WHO HAS CALLED
FOR COUNTRY "FREE FROM JEWS"
4/28/18

Little has said he believes Jews should have
no say over white non-Jews and wants to see
them removed from the country altogether. On
Gab, a social media site with large swaths of
extremist users, he argues that the neo-Nazi
website Daily Stormer, whose proprietors praise
Adolf Hitler and have appeared to call for acts
of violence against Jewish people, is too Jewish.

"I propose a government that makes counter-
semitism central to all aims of the state,"
he wrote on that website, referring to a white
nationalist euphemism for a hatred of Jews. He
argued for forbidding "all immigration except
of biological kin, where no person of Jewish
origin may live, vacation or traverse."



https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2018/05/03/neo-nazi-california-senate/579612002/

A Holocaust denier who praises Adolf Hitler and aims to "remove the Jews
from power" is running as a Republican for a U.S. Senate seat out of
California — and a recent poll found him in second place trailing only
incumbent Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein.




https://www.vox.com/2018/7/9/17525860/nazis-russell-walker-arthur-jones-
republicans-illinois-north-carolina-virginia

In at least five state and national
races across the country, the Republican
Party is dealing with an uncomfortable
problem. Their party’s candidates are
either a card-carrying Nazi, a Holocaust
denier, a proud white supremacist, or
all of the above.

In North Carolina, for example, GOP
officials are stuck with Russell Walker,
a white supremacist running for the state
House of Representatives. According to
his personal website (littered with the
n-word), he believes that “the jews are
NOT semitic they are satanic as they all
descend from Satan.”

In Illinois, meanwhile, the Republican
Party shrugged off Arthur Jones, a
candidate for the state’s 3rd
Congressional district who boasted of
his membership in the American Nazi Party.
But Jones won the GOP primary, and now
party officials, including ones who
called Jones “morally reprehensible” and
“a complete nutcase,” are scrambling to
launch a write-in campaign. Jones’s
campaign website features a section called
“Holocaust?” in which he argues that the
“idea that six million Jews, were killed
by the National Socialist government of
Germany, in World War II, is the biggest,
blackest lie in history.”



https://forward.com/fast-forward/405235/jews-must-be-stopped-california-
gop-congressional-candidate-robocall/

Robocalls in support of California
congressional candidate John Fitzgerald
assert that Jews are taking over the
world and ‘must be stopped.’

Robert Gammon, business development
director for Telegraph Media, tweeted
Tuesday that he received one of the
calls from Fitzgerald, the GOP
candidate for the 11th district. He
said it was “easily the most racist
political ad I’ve ever come across in
the Bay Area.”

Fitzgerald openly denies the Holocaust.
His campaign website includes false claims
that 9% of U.S. government officials are
dual citizens of Israel and that Jews
played a “prominent role” in the African
slave trade, and celebrates a “courageous”
elderly German woman who was sentenced to
two years in prison for denying the
Holocaust.

“Why is the holocaust the ONLY historical
issue that cannot be questioned without
fear of fines and/or imprisonment in
eighteen countries – and counting –
throughout the world?” Fitzgerald wrote
on May 16.



https://www.greensboro.com/news/north_carolina/god-is-racist-candidate-for-n-c-house-seat-says/article_00928625-a831-5c88-9c84-c4a7605c5b34.html

A website tied to a candidate for the North Carolina General Assembly says
God is a racist white supremacist and that Jews are descended from Satan.

“What is wrong with being a white supremacist? God is a racist and a white
supremacist,” the website connected to Walker says.

“Someone or group has to be supreme and that group is the whites of the
world ... someone or something has to be inferior ... In all history in
sub-Saharan Africa, no two-story building or a waterproof boat was ever made.”

The website Walker says is his features racism, conspiracy theories and
pseudoscience, including:

“God made the races and he is the greatest racist ever.”
“What is wrong with being a white supremacist?”
“The Jews are not Semitic they are Satanic as they all descend from Satan.”
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