Holocaust-denying Illinois Republican hopeful rails against 'Jews

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"For the past 15 to 20 years I have not had anything to do with any national organization on a formal basis", Jones answered. You dress in Nazi garb, and you celebrate Hitler's birthday.

"I haven't belonged to one since about 1990", he said. All that means is that he's a Nazi, just not politically.

"I haven't belonged to one since about 1990,"he insisted, adding he now heads a group called the "America First Committee".

Allowing Jones to win the primary by default is an implicit endorsement by the GOP. "It's not vile and rancid, it's the truth". I personally picked out the articles on there because they're true.

"I can't help it if you don't want to accept the truth. It is the flag of a White counter rebellion".

"I am not now, nor have I ever been a follower of any political party, though I am a registered Republican".

A Holocaust denier, anti-Semite and white supremacist is about to become the Republican nominee for an IL congressional seat. It is an extortion racket, pure and simple. "If you did an honest investigation of the Holocaust, you'd realize that it is nothing but an global extortion racket by the Jews to bleed, blackmail, and extort and terrorize their enemies".

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She said attitudes were also changing among men, particularly those who would have previously dismissed "feminist" arguments. Full suffrage for all women over the age of 21 was only granted a decade later.

Jones, 70, hollered that his arguments were "not conspiracy theories, facts". Hitler did conduct a genocidal regime, Auschwitz did exist, and the Nuremberg trials did happen.

In response, Jones embarked on an anti-Semitic and homophobic tirade.

While Jones continued on his breathless rant against Holocaust survivors, Camerota shot back with the facts, before assuring him that his political run would end in failure.

Camerota asked him how he would adequately represent the 7,000 Jewish people living within the 3rd congressional district's boundaries, to which Jones replied that he was only interested in representing "white, Christian, patriots". The Republican Party does not invest heavily in fielding a candidate for the district, which is how Jones came to be the only candidate.

Arther Jones, formerly of the American Nazi Party (and various other bad things you can read about here and here), is now running unopposed to be the Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in a district in IL.

Jones has run - and lost - for multiple offices both in IL and his native Wisconsin. "We strongly oppose his racist views and his candidacy for any public office, including the 3rd Congressional District", Illinois Republican Party Chairman Tim Schneider said in a statement.