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Arizona college Republican club busted by former members for racist and anti-semitic texts

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Former members of the group College Republicans United (CRU) at Arizona State University compiled a “dossier” documenting shocking views by leaders of the group — and then leaked it to the Phoenix New Times.

“Leaders of a conservative student club at Arizona State University used anti-Semitic symbols, made racist and homophobic comments, and appeared to advocate for eugenics, according to a dossier compiled this winter by former club members leaked to Phoenix New Times, the paper reported. “Two of the group’s leaders also appeared in photos apparently making light of the white nationalist vehicular murder in Charlottesville, Virginia.”

“The group formed in early 2018 by students who pushed for views outside traditional conservative beliefs,” the paper added.

Those views are now public.

“Remind me why we can’t have a eugenics policy again?” founder Richard Thomas reportedly asked next to a video of a special education teacher reading to a student living with disabilities.

Thomas also reportedly referred to the black rapper Childish Gambino as “degenerate monkey filth.”

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“During what appears to be a discussion of Israel, Thomas appears to use an anti-Semitic symbol to refer to the Rosenbergs, the American Jews who were executed for espionage in the 1950s,” the New Times reported.

“I don’t believe homosexuality or this level of degeneracy is biological it’s a choice the ancient Spartans were all f*cking each other because it was in the culture same thing for feudal Japan a lot of them were bisexual,” Thomas reportedly wrote.

The dossier also featured a reported Facebook posting from Kevin Decuyper, the chair of Republicans United, of which CRU is a chapter organization.

When Decuyper was asked why he had a photo with “n****r” conservative commentator Candace Owens, he reportedly answered that is real views had to stay under the radar.

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“I work in state politics and co-founded a right wing organization that’s already called Nazis/alt-right regularly so it helps me a lot to be camoflaged [sic] and low key on my public profile because it helps to have the support of the right wing community who thankfully don’t know my more extreme views,” Decuyper reportedly explained.

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Trump flips out over ‘RIGGED’ hearings as Democrats grill Hope Hicks

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President Donald Trump ranted on Twitter while his former communications director testified before the House Judiciary Committee.

Hope Hicks complied with a congressional subpoena and testified behind closed doors to the Democrat-led panel, and the president raged online as word leaked out that a White House lawyer was objecting to many of the questions about her government service.

"The Dems are very unhappy with the Mueller Report, so after almost 3 years, they want a Redo, or Do Over. This is extreme Presidential Harassment," Trump tweeted. "They gave Crooked Hillary’s people complete Immunity, yet now they bring back Hope Hicks."

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Soledad O’Brien shames the press for calling Trump’s lies about Central Park 5 a ‘controversial stance’

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Former CNN host Soledad O'Brien has once again called out media outlets for whitewashing President Donald Trump's blatant lies.

This time, O'Brien took issue with a USA Today headline that mischaracterized Trump's lies about five black men who were falsely accused of raping a woman in New York's Central Park in the 1980s, only to have their convictions vacated in 2002 after DNA evidence exonerated them and another man confessed that he was the man who committed the brutal Central Park rape more than a decade earlier.

Instead of calling out Trump for lying about the case, the paper simply called Trump's continued assertions of their guilt a "controversial stance."

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‘Ridiculous!’ House Dems slam Hope Hicks and her White House lawyer for refusing to answer questions

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Democratic lawmakers are already calling Hope Hicks' congressional testimony "ridiculous."

The former White House communications director complied with a subpoena Wednesday morning to testify before the House Judiciary Committee, but refused to answer any questions about her time serving under President Donald Trump.

A White House lawyer who accompanied Hicks, who left the government in early 2018, repeatedly objected to questions from congressional investigators.

“It’s pretty ridiculous,” says Rep. @KarenBassTweets, saying the White House lawyer inside the Hope Hicks interview is objecting to lots of questions.

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