Chicago GOP Spends Ad Money to Stop Popular Neo-Nazi Candidate

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 5, 2020

The GOP is now running ads against its own candidates, because they are against the fact that most people in their party are neo-Nazis.

Maybe instead of arguing with themselves, the GOP should just become a neo-Nazi party?

Chicago Sun-Times:

Still reeling from a national embarrassment two years ago, the Illinois Republican Party is launching a late primary five-figure ad blitz against Holocaust denier Arthur Jones in the Southwest Side and suburban 3rd Congressional District, targeting the avowed anti-Semite with robocalls, mailers, digital ads and face-to-face warnings to voters.

The five-member Illinois Republican Congressional delegation is also endorsing Will County Board Member Mike Fricilone for the GOP nomination, calling him a “very clear choice” and an antidote to Jones, whom they call a “fake Republican.”

“Arthur Jones isn’t a Republican, and we’re going to expose people to who he really is and do everything we can to educate Republicans not to vote for Arthur Jones,” state GOP Chairman Tim Schneider said. “We’re going to do everything we can to distance ourselves from this Neo-Nazi who is running as a Republican.”

While attention has centered on the Democratic primary and whether U.S. Rep. Dan Lipinski can cling to victory over challengers Marie Newman and Rush Darwish, political observers are also curious just how many votes Jones may get in the March 17 primary.

In 2018, Jones caught the GOP by surprise and wound up running unopposed in the primary after party leaders failed to field an alternative candidate in the heavily Democratic congressional district.

The Chicago Sun-Times first revealed that the former leader of the New American Nazi Party was on track to win the GOP nomination. The story was picked up by media outlets across the nation, and Republicans were ridiculed by late-night talk show host Stephen Colbert for running an “actual Nazi.”

The entire Democrat Party is filled with communists.

So who cares if the GOP has a couple of neo-Nazis?

Well, apparently the GOP cares, because it is important to them to constantly signal their moral goodness.

Of course, there is no care for all of those people who believe that Nazism is morally good.

People are especially tired of white girls having sex with dogs.

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