Nazis and anti-Semites slip through the GOP primaries, is causing headache for the party

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A whole bunch of anti-Semites and Nazis slip through the GOP primaries is causing a headache for the Republican party. Here is a look at some of the famous infamous -.

Arthur Jones is a declared member of the American Nazi party, Holocaust denier, and a sympathizer of the Ku Klux Klan.

He is also the Republican candidate challenging democratic Rep. Dan Lipinski for Illinois in the Chicago-area 3rd Congressional District.

Jones is one of several Nazis, Holocaust deniers, or advocates know the supremacy of one group, and angled their way to the GOP vote in November midterm elections, in part, by either hide their views or runs freely in the elementary school. But their campaigns, Republican leaders are alarmed with the state and national GOP figures, the now the voice against you and clearly, you are not welcome in the party.

“The Illinois Republican party and our country is no place for Nazis such as Arthur Jones,” Tim Schneider, the Chairman of the Illinois GOP, said in a statement to Fox News. “We’re against his racist views and his candidacy for any public office, including the 3rd Congressional District.”

Jones’ campaign website is filled with numerous anti-Semitic remarks, Holocaust denial and screeds against everything from immigration time limits for Federal judges.

Arthur Jones, a Holocaust denier, which will appear on the November ballot as the GOP candidate against Democratic Rep. Dan Lipinski, has become campaign fodder for the Democrats

(Marcus DiPaola/Chicago Sun-Times, via AP)

“This idea that ‘six million Jews’ were killed by the national socialist government of Germany in the second world war, is the biggest, blackest lie in history,” Jones wrote a piece entitled “The Holocaust racket” , was published on his campaign Website.

These mid-term elections is the first time that Jones, a perennial candidate, running for the district of Illinois seven times since 1984 and was ejected from the ballot in 2016, has seen his name appear on the General election ballot. To tell GOP officials, he made it in this year by collecting a sufficient number of valid signatures in order to have access, and because no other Republican ran in the heavily Democratic district.

“The Illinois Republican party and our country is no place for Nazis.’

– Tim Schneider, Chairman of the Illinois GOP

The Illinois GOP is missed to allow the period of time in the last month, run a third-party candidate and instead, the design of a write is not a choice-in candidate for the Bundestag, while the active petitions voters Jones’ name on the ballot.

The situation effectively, the party, write out of the race and marginalizing the candidate in whatever way you can.

Conservative sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas,” tweeted last month that the voters in Illinois should “vote for the Democrats” to Jones and called him a “bigoted fool.”

This is appalling. A self-confessed Nazi to run for Congress. To the good people of Illinois, you have only two reasonable possibilities: write in another candidate or vote for the Democrats. These bigoted fools should get ZERO votes.

— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) 29. June 2018

“This is appalling. A self-confessed Nazi to run for Congress,” Cruz tweeted. “To the good people of Illinois, you have only two reasonable possibilities: write in another candidate or vote for the Democrats. These bigoted fools should get ZERO votes.”

For his part, Jones is not afraid of expressing his views on everything from the Holocaust, hate speeches and deep-seated resentment against both parties from the Vietnam-war years. A veteran of the war himself, he makes the mainstream to disrupt the GOP and the media for trying his candidacy and the concentration of the cover on its outrageous claims.

“Everyone wants to do, ask me about the Holocaust or Nazis,” Jones told Fox News. “And the Republican party is the setting for me, because they are criminals, a bunch of war, such as those that sent us to Vietnam.”

John Fitzgerald is a Republican candidate for the house in California with alleged anti-Semitic views.

(Campaign website)

Along with Jones, there is another outspoken Holocaust denier and anti-Semite on the Republican ballot in California.

John Fitzgerald is running against incumbent Democratic Rep. Mark DeSaulnier in California’s 11th district to second place with 24.8 percent of the votes in the state, the “jungle” in the elementary school. This qualified him for the election to the Bundestag. In front of the 8. June primary, he seemed like an ordinary candidate with a bearing-campaign platform, which emphasized, among other things, a more isolationist policy, Second Amendment rights and campaign finance reform ballistic on the outside.

But deeper in to Fitzgerald a number of worrying beliefs.

‘All anyone wants to do is ask me about the Holocaust or Nazis.’

– Arthur Jones, congressional candidate and Nazi supporters

Fitzgerald, previously in congressional races in 2010 and 2012 as a Democrat, falsely claiming that 9 percent of the U.S. government officials are dual citizens of Israel and the Jews played a “prominent role” in the African slave trade. Last month, he published on his page a reward of “$2,000 to anyone who can prove that the official Holocaust story is true,” and said that Dwight D. Eisenhower ran a concentration camp-camps that killed Germans in the second world war.

“Everything we have been told about the Holocaust is a lie,” Fitzgerald said recently on a neo-Nazi radio show. To debunk “my entire campaign this lie.”

In July, a number of anti-Semitic robocalls from a group called ” path To Power went to the voters in the East Bay area around San Francisco, urging the residents to vote for Fitzgerald, and claimed that the Jews take over the world “and must be stopped.” Fitzgerald, he denied any connection with the group and called the call “a smear against my campaign.”

The California Republican y first, Fitzgerald had approved the contract for the Congress, before learning about his open anti-Semitism. Matt Fleming, the communications director for the state GOP, said the party could have done to make his homework on Fitzgerald before the granting of the consent, but has since revoked support for Fitzgerald.

“He is no Republican, he is not a Democrat, he is an opportunist,” Fleming told Fox News. “We condemn completely what he says and what he stands for.”

Fleming added: “I want to make this very clear, we urge the voters not to vote for him.”

Paul Nehlen run for you have a chance to fill the seat of the speaker of the house of representatives Paul Ryan from Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District.

(Fox News)

Although there is little the Republican leadership is doing, in the cases of Jones Fitzgerald, and other bigoted candidates that have won primaries, the other controversial GOP candidate still has to make his way to the General election ballot.

Paul Nehlen run for you have a chance to fill the seat of the speaker of the house of representatives Paul Ryan from Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District.

A self-pro called “White” applicants looking for Ryan’s seat in 2016, Nehlen has made headlines for adopting, the country does not have a discussion on the rental of the Muslims in the country, and for the defense of white supremacy messages on social media. He also published the phone numbers and addresses of the people who criticized his campaign said that all his critics were Jews, and blasted some of the elected officials, for allegedly dual citizens of the United States and Israel.

“During this treacherous situation, a base-line represents an ethical dilemma, from every nation, the one person more dual-citizen status may be, it is a nation in which this condition shows a particularly severe pain: Israel. The reason is simple,” Nehlen said in a press release. “Any criticism of Israel is portrayed as” anti-Semitism ” and the offending person is ostracized from polite society.”

It was Nehlen finally banned from Twitter, after he posted a photoshopped image of the United Kingdom, Prince Harry is now with his wife, actress Meghan Markle, where Markle was replaced with a picture of the Cheddar man, a dark-skinned man, believed to be the first of the modern British.

Nehlen, who describes himself as a “Wisconsin executive, entrepreneur and inventor,” to grant Fox News ” request for comment.

Nehlen, Jones, Fitzgerald, and other fringe candidates in the GOP have as a PR problem for the Republican party to reject knee-jerk accusations of racism and xenophobia from the left side, often the Fans of all stripes exactly in the Trump. In Wisconsin, the party a floating state Assembly speaker Robin Vos, state sen. David Craig and Republican business executive Bryan is Nehlen Steep as possible alternatives.

“Paul Nehlen is not a member of the Republican party of Wisconsin,” Wisconsin Republican party spokesman Alec Zimmerman told Fox 6, the add Nehlen, the member contributions have been returned this year, and that he is not a member of any county Republican party.

Zimmerman added: “Nehlen and his ideas have no place in the Republican party.”

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