Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Paul F. Nehlen, III (born May 9, 1969) is a successful businessman turned politician. After a failed 2016 bid to unseat Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, Nehlen is running again.
But this time, Nehlen’s campaign is a bit more than the Tea Party-style, America-First, anti-Trans-Pacific Partnership jobs and borders platform of his first run. This time, Nehlen is using Twitter to post “It’s OK To Be White” memes and, famously, earning him the hatred of Jewish hate groups like the ADL & the SPLC, as well as a denouncement by the neo-Zionist website Breitbart.com and former Trump campaign manager Steve Bannon, for posting that he was reading Dr. Kevin MacDonald’s seminal work, “The Culture of Critique.”
Apparently taking a page from the Trump playbook, when attacked, Nehlen isn’t apologizing, but doubling down. He’s now essentially embraced most major “Alt Right” talking points, not even in a subtle way like Steven King, R-IA (“we can’t make America great again with other people’s grandchildren”) but unabashedly and openly – up to and including taking on Jewish power.
How much of this can translate into Republican primary votes in Wisconsin remains to be seen, but if Nehlen wants a higher profile in the American culture wars, it’s his for the taking.
It’s interesting to compare the bios of Paul Nehlen from Infogalactic.com to that of Wikipedia: