Purely Political -  GOP Holocaust denier embarrasses party (229 views) Notify me whenever anyone posts in this discussion.Subscribe
From: Marci (marcinmin) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host7/7/18 10:11 AM 
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NYT: A Republican congressional candidate in a reliably blue California district managed to capture nearly a quarter of votes cast in the state’s open primary last month — just after the state Republican Party caught wind of his anti-Semitic comments and rescinded its automatic endorsement.

The candidate, John Fitzgerald, urged people on his campaign website to pay attention to “Jewish supremacism,” among other anti-Semitic views, which led party leaders to rescind their support in May, about two months after the official endorsement.

In the weeks since, Mr. Fitzgerald has increased the frequency of his anti-Semitic statements and has appeared on podcasts in which he claimed the Holocaust was a fabrication.

“Everything we’ve been told about the Holocaust is a lie,” Mr. Fitzgerald said last week on a radio show hosted by Andrew Carrington Hitchcock, an anti-Semitic commentator who has glorified Hitler.

“My entire campaign, for the most part, is about exposing this lie,” Mr. Fitzgerald said.

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From: Gripper997/11/18 10:19 AM 
To: Marci (marcinmin) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (2 of 3) 
 112603.2 in reply to 112603.1 

This man and others like him are dangerous fools. They should all be locked up and made to watch pictures of the Holocaust and its victims. Then led to the "showers "and gassed. 


From: LoveRiot DelphiPlus Member Icon7/12/18 8:42 PM 
To: Gripper99  (3 of 3) 
 112603.3 in reply to 112603.2 

Dangerous fool indeed.


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