Virginia GOP Nominates White Nationalist As A U.S. Senate Candidate (VIDEO)

On Tuesday, several states had primary races for the 2018 midterm elections. One of those states was the Commonwealth of Virginia. Former Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Senator Tim Kaine (D) is up for reelection, and guess who Virginia Republicans just nominated to be their nominee to go up against Senator Kaine? Why, white nationalist Corey Stewart, that’s who. Stewart is the Chairman of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors, and arguably a white nationalist.

This is a man who has said that Paul Nehlan (WI), who keeps trying to unseat House Speaker Paul Ryan in Wisconsin’s first district, is quote, “one of [his] personal heroes.” Nehlen is a “pro-white” candidate who traffics in racism and anti-semitism. He was banned from Twitter for expressing those sentiments on that platform. In fact, Nehlen is so racist that even Breitbart News has disavowed him. As if that weren’t enough, Stewart also spoke at a white nationalist rally alongside Jason Kessler, who would go on to lead the organization of the “Unite the Right” white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, VA that resulted in the death of anti-racism activist Heather Heyer. Stewart also had a neo-Nazi on his volunteer campaign staff, who he once named “volunteer of the week.”

Of course, racist Donald Trump endorsed his fellow white supremacist:

Now, Republicans constantly toot and holler when people say that their party is racist. However, with candidates like these, how can they deny that? In fact, Stewart is only the latest white nationalist to enter the 2018 midterm races under the GOP banner. There is Arthur Jones, who is running as a Republican for Illinois’s third congressional district seat. There is Patrick Little, who has spit on the Israeli flag is running in opposition to California Senator Dianne Feinstein. In fact, NBC News did a whole segment on all the white nationalists running for Congress. Guess which party they are running with? Here is that video:

In short, Republicans, don’t want people to think you’re racist? Stop trafficking in racism, and stop running racist candidates and getting racists elected to high office. You can start by impeaching the white supremacist in the Oval Office, and doing all you can to remove the racist at the head of the Department of Justice.

The Republican Party is a racist institution. Here is your proof.

Featured image via screen capture from Twitter