REPUBLICAN PARTY LEADER CHANDLER THORNTON: WHITE NATIONALISTS HAVE NO RIGHT TO LIVE IN AMERICA.
This is a two part story. Stick with it. The second part is that Unite the Right rally attendee James Allsup is facing expulsion from his radicalized university. It’s his senior year.
In the long run, the more the left utilizes these totalitarian tactics, joined in by the Republican establishment, the bigger the white backlash will be. In the short run, the pain is going to be intense.
The president of Washington State University’s College Republicans, James Allsup, has resigned after he attended the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, local Seattle station King 5 News reported.
His resignation comes after The College Republican National Committee (CRNC) condemned white supremacy and called on leaders in CRNC who supported “Unite the Right” to resign.
“Advocates for white nationalism, racial supremacy of any kind, and terrorism have no home in the Republican Party or anywhere else in America,” Chandler Thornton, the CRNC national chairman, told King 5. “The National Executive Board for the College Republican National Committee calls on leaders in our organization who may support or condone these events to resign immediately.”
Allsup claims he has been planning to resign before he went to the rally, according to King 5.
The “Unite the Right” rally rocked the Charlottesville community after protests became violent. Apparent white supremacist James Fields rammed his car into a crowd of demonstrators, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer.
The rally was called in response to a plan to remove a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee from a park in Charlottesville.
Don’t worry Chandler. We’re forming another party and after we take over, you can go live in Africa with your jungle bunny friends.
This is good news. The Republicans are so fuxated they’re defending POS that don’t give two f*cks about them. Before this is over, they’ll kick Donald Trump out of their party and destroy themselves, leaving an opening to create a true conservative party that cares about the white race and Western civilization. Nonwhite peoples are totally incapable of being conservative. They’re born pickpockets and the white family’s bank account is what they’re aiming to steal.
Now for part 2, a tale of death threats and threats of expulsion from school. Like I wrote in another post, his cell phone company and his credit card companies may yank his accounts because he’s a “f*cking Nazi who wants to lampshade six million jews and lynch 100 million blacks.”
SEATTLE – The former president of the Washington State University College Republicans says he resigned this week because he didn’t want to be a distraction for the group, not because he did anything wrong in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend.
James Allsup, a 21-year-old who is about to start his senior year, told Q13 News he was in Charlottesville to cover the event for his 145,000 YouTube subscribers.
“I just made the decision now that this has gone on, and these ridiculous totalitarian people are trying to get me expelled from a public university, so I decided in order to allow the club to start the year with this as not a distraction, I would step down,” Allsup said.
Allsup found himself in the news after the Twitter account “Yes, You’re Racist” tweeted out a photo it claimed was Allsup among the group carrying tiki torches at the University of Virginia on Friday. Among the group were white nationalists and people performing Nazi salutes and chanting “Sieg Heil.”
“I think that everyone has a responsibility to expose bigotry,” Logan Smith, the man behind the Twitter account, told CNN. “White people, in particular, have a responsibility to stand up against white supremacy, because if we don’t challenge bigotry whenever we see it, then we are being silently complicit in it.
Allsup said his attendance shouldn’t have been news because he’s publicly talked about going for months and set up a fundraiser to finance the trip. He said he’s not a white nationalist, describing himself as a paleoconservative or right-wing libertarian.
“I don’t believe I’ve done anything wrong,” Allsup said. “This is by no means an admission of guilt or anything. I have fully condemned the KKK, I have fully condemned Nazis, all of that kind of stuff.”
Allsup said he and his family have received death threats this week.
“Very disgusting individuals who feel the need to target people’s families over their politics,” he said. “It’s absolutely appalling and disgusting in my opinion.”
Allsop’s Twitter page indicates he’s going to be suing people who called him a White Nationalist.