Wisconsin: Pro-White Paul Nehlen Leads Republican Race for Ryan’s Seat
A WHITE NATIONALIST, Paul Nehlen, is now the front-runner in the GOP primary in Paul Ryan’s district, and Vice magazine is apopletic about it, along with other controlled media outlets.
Nehlen, a pro-White candidate whose proposed “Shall Not Censor” regulations have been featured on National Vanguard, has come under fire from both the Left and conservatives for criticizing Jewish power — and also from some alt-right activists who said they were doxxed by him after a heated online dispute. Nehlen is now the leading Republican candidate among those running for Ryan’s Wisconsin seat now that the current Speaker of the House is not running for re-election.
Mr. Nehlen’s Twitter account, which was extremely well-read nationwide and an important factor in his campaign, has been “permanently banned” by Twitter. (Twitter claims the reason was a “racist tweet” by Nehlen in which he joked about Prince Harry’s non-White female companion Meghan Markle, showing her next to an image of the supposed prehistoric human called “Cheddar Man.” Above the image, Nehlen wrote, “Honey, does this tie make my face look pale?” It’s ridiculous to think that Twitter would ban anyone for such an innocuous joke. The real reason was that Nehlen is pro-White and his popularity was surging.)
Controlled-opposition news site Breitbart, which previously supported Nehlen, said it has “cut all ties” with him due to his “clearly anti-Semitic and White nationalist comments.”
Prior to Ryan’s resignation, few believed that Nehlen had a chance at winning the Republican nomination for Wisconsin’s first district from the Speaker; now, the GOP establishment will almost certainly find another candidate to back.
Democrats are trying to appeal to the aging “Boomer” demographic, who reflexively think that “racism” and National Socialism are the ultimate in “evil,” in their attacks on Nehlen — such as in an email sent out late last week, which said, “Right now, one of the Republicans running in Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District is an actual neo-Nazi. I’d like to say he’s unelectable, but look who is in the White House.” Boomers may find such rhetoric convincing, but the more intelligent and aware members of Gen Z, the Millennials, and all generations have already graduated from conservatism and liberalism to racial-nationalism — and simply laugh at such discredited and irrelevant World-War-2-era propaganda.
Nehlen’s proposed “Shall Not Censor” legislation would prohibit social media giants like Facebook and Twitter from censoring their users for political or racial reasons.
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Source: Vice Magazine and National Vanguard correspondents