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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:53 am 
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‘This Is Just the Beginning’: On Tuesday, Corey Stewart won Virginia’s Republican Senate nomination on a Trumpist platform

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Stewart has continued to get pushback for his ties to white-nationalist groups, including appearing with Jason Kessler, the organizer of the “Unite the White” rally in Charlottesville that ended in a counter-protester being killed last August. (He has since disavowed Kessler.) His supporters, however, dismissed what they thought was a misrepresentation of the so-called alt-right by the media. Bryanna Altman, a member of Virginia Women for Trump who organized the election-night party and whose phone background is a selfie of her and right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, told me that she “doesn’t know what ‘alt-right’ even means.” “We get together, we have different events like these MAGA meet-ups, and we are really just looking to make sure that the standard with which we were all raised is really maintained here in the United States,” she said.

On Tuesday night, at the same time Stewart and his supporters were celebrating under the glow of multicolored string lights, former Virginia Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling tweeted: “I am extremely disappointed that a candidate like Corey Stewart could win the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate. This is clearly not the Republican Party I once knew, loved and proudly served.”

The results of Tuesday’s primary are further evidence that Virginia’s Republican Party is in the throes of change. Larry J. Sabato, the founder and director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics, said that Stewart’s successful campaign makes sense because many of the loudest voices in the state’s Republican Party are “avid” Trump supporters. “As Virginia has turned blue, the state Republican Party has turned scarlet red,” he wrote in an email Tuesday night.

Stewart’s win in Virginia, coupled with Sanford’s loss in South Carolina, is yet another signal that the Republican Party ahead of the November elections is still Trump’s—or, at the very least, that Trump-type rhetoric is still resonating. “This is just the beginning,” Miller, the consultant from Falls Church, leaned over to tell me, as the rest of the crowd around us swayed and sang along to Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama.”


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:56 am 
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This is the GOP now.

Watch McConnell and Ryan buddy up to them if they win.

The mainstream GOP actually are receiving funds from russia and work for them, so we have to stop being surprised by any of this. The GOP is a Nazi, white nationalist party which is controlled by Vladimir Putin.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:07 pm 
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This is the GOP now.

Watch McConnell and Ryan buddy up to them if they win.

The mainstream GOP actually are receiving funds from russia and work for them, so we have to stop being surprised by any of this. The GOP is a Nazi, white nationalist party which is controlled by Vladimir Putin.


confederate whites are so easily exploited

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:09 pm 
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Poor Republican Party. It has two possible futures, neither good, one bloody.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 1:23 pm 
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President Pointy Hat was up at 3AM tweeting to this confederate

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 1:28 pm 
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Total stiff is the language of a 13 yr old. And yet the worse he gets, the uglier, the dumber, the more destructive the MORE his friends here on the board love him

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 9:05 am 
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GOP Senate Nominee Corey Stewart’s Ties to White Supremacists Run Deeper Than Previously Reported
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While Corey Stewart recently disavowed alt-right figure Paul Nehlen and claimed he was not aware of his racist views when he called him his “personal hero,” the Republican Senate nominee’s ties to white supremacists go much deeper than just Nehlen.

Stewart, a member of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors who won the GOP nomination in the Virginia Senate race and received an endorsement from President Donald Trump, held a rally in 2017 with numerous white supremacist activists, has been pictured with racists all over the state of Virginia, and paid a white supremacist family for “fieldwork consulting” and used them as his “bodyguards” while campaigning.

According to information published by the campaign finance transparency initiative VPAP, Stewart’s campaign paid Donna Randall, a neo-Confederate activist who said she attended the white supremacist Unite the Right rally, $50 for “fieldwork consulting” during his failed 2017 gubernatorial run. While it is unclear what consulting work Randall conducted on behalf of the Stewart campaign, her ties to the white supremacist movement are very clear, as she attends neo-Confederate events with her husband George Randall, who is associated with the racist, “southern nationalist” League of the South and was spotted at the Unite the Right rally marching alongside former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke.

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In another photo, Stewart can be seen posing with George Randall and his brother Gregory Randall, another attendee of last year’s Charlottesville, Virginia white supremacist rally that ended in the murder of an anti-racist activist. Additionally, in his photo with Stewart, George Randall is seen wearing a T-shirt with the League of the South’s white supremacist insignia on it.

The third person posing in the photo is Jessica Reavis, another white extremist who participated in Shelbyville, Tennessee’s White Lives Matter rally and published a racist post on her Facebook about “niggers knocking” at her car door. “He didn’t like the laser on my glock [a handgun] between his eyes,” she wrote.

What’s more, in a picture posted on his official campaign page, Stewart can be seen smiling with a group that includes both Donna, George, and Gregory Randall, as well as white supremacist Jason Kessler, the main organizer of Unite the Right, and Issac Smith, a racist activist who introduced Stewart at one of the candidate’s campaign events and has a history of alt-right shitposting.

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Derrick Davis, another white supremacist who was part of the neo-Nazi aligned Traditionalist Workers Party prior to its demise, was seen operating a bullhorn at the Stewart event.

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Those standing by Davis at Stewart’s Richmond rally include Ron Doggett — a white supremacist who has a storied history in the movement and is tied to ex-Klansman David Duke — and the previously mentioned alt-right activist Issac Smith, who can be seen carrying a Stewart campaign sign.

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And of course, one of Stewart’s most loyal supporters, Jason Kessler — the part-time Daily Caller writer who apparently pivoted to full-time racism in time to plan the Unite the Right rally — could also be spotted in the candidate’s crowd. Seen next to Kessler — donning an AR-15 variant and a Confederate battle flag bandana — is Justin Hall, who also aided in organizing the Charlottesville rally.

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Stewart’s ties to the white supremacist movement continued after his Richmond rally. In one of his campaign videos, which was taken at an event he hosted in Roanoke, Virginia, Stewart posed with a Confederate battle flag held up by James Keefe, who said he attended the Unite the Right rally, and the aforementioned Jessica Reavis — the same activist who posted a Facebook status about aiming a handgun at a black person.

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“Congratulations to Corey Stewart for his great victory for Senator from Virginia,” tweeted Trump on Wednesday. “Now he runs against a total stiff, Tim Kaine, who is weak on crime and borders, and wants to raise your taxes through the roof. Don’t underestimate Corey, a major chance of winning!”

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:02 am 
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chris cuomo took him to task. around the 10 minute mark it starts to get personal.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:41 am 
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Being Racist in the Republican Party is so much easier now that there is a Racist backed by Russian in the White House.

Forget the pretensions and the out right lies being told by Republicans, they embrace the hate of Racism.

We need to stop calling it the Repubican Party, that party is long since dead. It is the Cult of 45 now. Call it what it is.

A party that Embraces Antisemitism and Racism. It is cult, not a party.

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chris cuomo took him to task. around the 10 minute mark it starts to get personal.

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Yeah, some level of severe, violent civil unrest is coming... watching that makes me sure of it.

These filthy fucking traitorous racists will insist on it.

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Leave it to Racist Republican to try and fail at deflection. Bringing Cuomos's Father was the lowest of the low and of course there is ANTIFA.

But taking an endorsement from Racist means nothing to this low life POS.

Truly disgusting.

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"Everybody liked Nehlen." Yeh, sure Corey...and pretty much everybody in Germany liked Adolf Hitler when the trains started running on time.

But Joe needs a report from Mueller to decide if a supporter of bigot Corey Stewart is suitable for the office he holds.

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