Here is the one hundredth article in our Republicans on Parade series, featuring individuals who personify what the Republican Party has become. Today’s honoree is Republican Nazi organizer Richard Spencer. He is so honored for his Republican attitudes about women’s rights, his Fuhrer, and Caucasians’ place in society.
White Nationalist Richard Spencer’s tiki torch rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia, and his distant dream of forming a white ethnostate steal headlines, but his views about women—that their role in politics be shrunk down to a barely visible place that would be unrecognizable to almost anyone in modern America—is seldom highlighted.
I spoke to Spencer this week, and in the context of a discussion about two documents that he admires, the American Naturalization Acts of 1790 and 1795, laws that once set out rules for the United States in limiting naturalization to only free white persons of good moral standing, I pointed out that the U.S. was a fundamentally different country at the turn of the 19th century. More specifically, I asked him if he wanted to return to a time in which women weren’t allowed to vote.
"I’m not terribly excited about voting in general," Spencer said. "I think that mass democracy is a bit of a joke to be honest."
I pressed him on the question again.
“I don’t necessarily think that that’s a great thing,” Spencer said of women voting in U.S. elections… [emphasis added]
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That ought to be enough to give this Republican a parade all by itself. However, just in case you forget who this Republican is, here he is celebrating the infestation of the White House by his Fuhrer. You need to see this no matter how much it makes you cringe!
Barf Bag Alert!!
Do you want this Republican Nazi hate to become standard here?