While the GOP under Trump has emerged as a haven of sorts for neo-Nazis, one Republican’s behavior this weekend proved too vile even for the party’s California state convention.
Patrick Little, the virulently anti-Semitic Republican Senate candidate from California, was kicked out of the GOP state convention this weekend after “dragging and kicking an Israeli flag.”
Little had attempted to register as a VIP at the convention at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina but officials recognized his name and had him escorted out by security.
“There’s no room for that kind of hate speech that that man uses,” said Cynthia Bryant, the executive director of the California Republican Party.
Little took to YouTube to decry his ejection from the venue in a video in which he is standing on top of and spitting on the Israeli flag. YouTube has since taken the video down.
“They just had me expelled from the building because I won’t serve Israel,” Little said.
While California Republican Party officials denounced Little, the self-proclaimed “pro-white” candidate who has called for a country “free from Jews” continues to make headway, polling second to incumbent Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA).
The GOP may claim that it is not anti-Semitic, homophobic, misogynistic, and xenophobic, but time and time again, its actions speak louder than words. Patrick Little is not an outlier in the Republican Party; he is the Republican Party. Luckily, Americans are finally beginning to wake up to that fact.
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