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Actual Nazi who got 26% of the vote in his first bid is running for Congress again as a Republican

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Holocaust denier and actual Nazi, Arthur Jones, is taking another shot at a running for Congress, just two years after his first bid saw him getting 26 percent of the vote, CBS Chicago reports.

Arthur, who hails from Lyons, Illinois, is running as a Republican in Chicago’s 3rd congressional district. His opponent in the upcoming 2020 race will be fellow Republican Mike Fricilone.

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Jones’ website, which hasn’t been recently updated, rails against immigrants and demands that English be made America’s “official language,” and claims that “any two-legged vagabond from any Third-world, non-white, or non-Christian country is given preference whether they arrived legally or illegally. Either, learn America’s language, our culture, and respect our laws or get out of our country.”

During his first bid for Congress, Jones openly shared his antisemitism proudly and posted articles on his campaign website that called the Holocaust an “extortion racket” and Kosher certification a “Jewish scam.”


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Trump supporter freaks out on MSNBC’s Joy Reid after she calls the president an ‘authoritarian’

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An avid supporter of President Donald Trump had a major meltdown on MSNBC's "AM Joy" on Sunday morning after host Joy Reid referred to the president as an "authoritarian" setting off a wild ten minutes of over-talking and Reid having to cut her guest off multiple times.

During a panel discussion on the president,the MSNBC host asked Tracey Winbush, president of the Ohio Black Republican Association, to defend the president after observing, "Donald Trump has ticked off all four of the markers of autocracy."

'I represent all of the party as a Republican," Winbush shot back. "I am here because we're Americans. and everything that you said about the president authoritarian or authoritarianism, none of that means anything because you are not understanding leadership."

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Tom Cotton hints without evidence coronavirus is Chinese biological warfare: ‘Err on the side of caution’

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Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) suggested on Sunday the coronavirus, which has killed over 1,000 Chinese citizens, is a biological weapon developed by the Chinese military.

Cotton made the remarks on the Fox News program Sunday Morning Futures. The senator insisted that reports that the virus started in a Chinese food market were incorrect.

"This virus did not originate in the Wuhan animal market," Cotton said. "We don't know where it originated but we do know that we have to get to the bottom of that. We also know that just a few miles away from that food market is China's only biosafety level four super laboratory that researches human infectious diseases."

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Pence chief of staff rants wildly about anti-Trump conspiracy at Justice Dept and gets promptly shut down on CNN

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Appearing on CNN's "State of the Union" with fill-in host Dana Bash, the chief of staff for Vice President Mike Pence argued that the Justice Department is rife with officials who are biased against Donald Trump, only to have Bash remind him that the all the investigations of the president have been initiated by Trump appointees.

After complaining about how the Roger Stone case was handled, Short lashed out at the Justice Department after Bash stated, "Barr ordered the Justice Department to re-examine the case of the former national security advisor Michael Flynn who pleaded guilty to lying to investigators and President Trump said that Flynn's situation is unfair, and he wished him best wishes and good luck. Why is the attorney general inserting himself in cases involving the president's associates?"

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