MSNBC's All In highlights Seth Grossman losing "his NRCC endorsement after Media Matters unearthed his enthusiastic endorsement of a 2014 white nationalist propaganda piece"

MSNBC's All In highlights Seth Grossman losing "his NRCC endorsement after Media Matters unearthed his enthusiastic endorsement of a 2014 white nationalist propaganda piece"

Hayes: "How many Nazis or Holocaust deniers, and/or explicit white nationalists, or pro-Confederacy fetishists are running for office this year? ... At least half a dozen, and weirdly, they're all running as Republicans"

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From the July 10 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes:

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CHRIS HAYES (HOST): Okay, here's a question for you: how many Nazis or Holocaust deniers, and/or explicit white nationalists, or pro-Confederacy fetishists are running for office this year? At least half a dozen, and weirdly, they're all running as Republicans.

[...]

Pro-Confederacy candidate Corey Stewart is running for US Senate from Virginia. He's been openly supported by President Trump.

And then there's this guy: Seth Grossman, running in a swing congressional district in New Jersey, who made plenty of bigoted remarks -- but only lost his NRCC endorsement after Media Matters unearthed his enthusiastic endorsement of a 2014 white nationalist propaganda piece that said black people, quote, "are a threat to all those who cross their paths."

Previously:

NRCC withdraws support for New Jersey congressional candidate and right-wing pundit Seth Grossman over bigoted remarks

GOP-backed House candidate promoted white nationalist propaganda, including piece claiming Black people are “a threat to all” they encounter

Right-wing pundit and congressional candidate Seth Grossman posted bigoted commentaries about Black and Muslim people

Thanks to Trump, white supremacists had a big year in 2017
 

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