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   Wait What - the ignoblers have now redefined a definition of a Neo-Nazi that is on a GOP election ballot.    The political stance of the candidate is not important, if they don't receive funding by the RNC....really?     What a load of cow manure.  


Wait, What - who did that???

 

How about the CPUSA support for Hillary. By your theory Hillary and all Dems are Communists.

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   Wait What - the ignoblers have now redefined a definition of a Neo-Nazi that is on a GOP election ballot.    The political stance of the candidate is not important, if they don't receive funding by the RNC....really?     What a load of cow manure.  

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@rk9152 wrote:

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@CriticalThinking wrote:

These are the kind of people who are attracted to Trump's Party.


I have seen no connectivity between the national RNC and deniers.

Spoken like a "GOP denier"!

It's easy to "see no connectivity between the national RNC and deniers" when you choose to look the other way ..... as the RNC did when it decided to support child predator sexual deviate Roy Moore's Senate run!

 


"Spoken like" does not make a point.

In this instance, "it" makes a "fact" ..... and a "point!"

 

Can you point to some connectivity between the RNC and deniers?

 Yup ...... and I already did .... in the very reply that you are disingenuously responding to!

 

 Well then, I guess it's all been said.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@CriticalThinking wrote:

These are the kind of people who are attracted to Trump's Party.


I have seen no connectivity between the national RNC and deniers.

Spoken like a "GOP denier"!

It's easy to "see no connectivity between the national RNC and deniers" when you choose to look the other way ..... as the RNC did when it decided to support child predator sexual deviate Roy Moore's Senate run!

 


"Spoken like" does not make a point.

In this instance, "it" makes a "fact" ..... and a "point!"

 

Can you point to some connectivity between the RNC and deniers?

 Yup ...... and I already did .... in the very reply that you are disingenuously responding to!

 

 


 


 


 

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PanJ said, "Ok rk, they weren't nazis. They were just a bunch of good old boys wearing swastikas and yelling "Heil Trump". But please keep defending your chosen piece of trash, it's great fun watching you do it.Smiley Happy"

 

PanJ, he always does whatever he can to defend Nazis. Why? It's no surprise that he dedicates his life to defending everything Trump says and does.


If "he" is rk, that is quite offensive and you should really specify when and where he defended the Nazis. 


From the evidence, every time "he" defended the GOP, "he" was defending the Nazi party of choice. 


By that logic you are a Communist since CPUSA supports Dems and definitely opposes President Trump.

 

Or, just possibly, your logic on why I am a Nazi is foolish.

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You should note that the California GOP has the good sense not to support this candidate.


Still, one must ask why so many nazis are attracted to the Republican party. Is it because they are tolerated within the party as long as they do not make their most radical views too public? Are Republicans willing to accept the support of any group? Do Republicans actually seek out their support? Do they put out dog whistles to assure that support?


Consider the number of Republican candidates at all levels throughout the nation and then count up the Nazis. I believe you will find your "so many" may be a bit over dramatic.

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@williamb39198 wrote:

There were film clips of the “fine” people demonstrating. Was trump referring to a group of Nuns or Boy Scouts?...all who are fine people, but were not there. So who were carrying torches and berating Jews...must have been those “fine” people!

We know who “mr. racist/bigot/white supremist” was referring to. 

 

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Well, the clips also showed antifa thugs attacking people. Do you suppose he was calling them fine people?

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@rk9152 wrote:

@CriticalThinking wrote:

PanJ said, "Ok rk, they weren't nazis. They were just a bunch of good old boys wearing swastikas and yelling "Heil Trump". But please keep defending your chosen piece of trash, it's great fun watching you do it.Smiley Happy"

 

PanJ, he always does whatever he can to defend Nazis. Why? It's no surprise that he dedicates his life to defending everything Trump says and does.


If "he" is rk, that is quite offensive and you should really specify when and where he defended the Nazis. 


From the evidence, every time "he" defended the GOP, "he" was defending the Nazi party of choice. 

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@xrepub wrote:

You should note that the California GOP has the good sense not to support this candidate.


Still, one must ask why so many nazis are attracted to the Republican party. Is it because they are tolerated within the party as long as they do not make their most radical views too public? Are Republicans willing to accept the support of any group? Do Republicans actually seek out their support? Do they put out dog whistles to assure that support?

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There were film clips of the “fine” people demonstrating. Was trump referring to a group of Nuns or Boy Scouts?...all who are fine people, but were not there. So who were carrying torches and berating Jews...must have been those “fine” people!

We know who “mr. racist/bigot/white supremist” was referring to. 

 

believe your eyes and ears

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