BUSTED: Michigan GOP official pushing pro-Trump party purge once hosted podcast with white supremacist

A Michigan Republican official who helped purge his local elections board once hosted a podcast with a white supremacist.

Shane Trejo, chair of Michigan's 11th District Republican Committee, pushed the removal of a fellow Republican who had voted to certify President Joe Biden's election and previously promoted Donald Trump's fraud lies, and The Daily Beast reported that he hosted a podcast with a member of the white supremacist group Identity Evropa.

"Libertarian nationalist podcasters Shane Trejo - a states rights activist in the patriot movement for many years - and Alex Witoslawski - former conservative political operative turned American Renaissance writer - discuss current events from a consistently uncucked perspective," reads the podcast description. "Common targets of derision include commie trash, losertarians, cuckservatives, thots, tokens, welfare migrants, and the French."

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Trejo, whose LinkedIn profile picture shows himself with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), published election fraud conspiracies for the right-wing Big League Politics site, while Witoslawski wrote for the American Renaissance white supremacist website.

Their "Blood Soil and Liberty" podcast ran for 17 episodes beginning shortly after the Charlottesville rally in 2017, and features episode titles littered with white supremacist slang: "It's OK To Be White, Right And Christian," "Roy Moore Dindu Nuffin," "The Paul Nehlen Pill," and "Tanner Flake For Fuhrer."