Published: Fri, February 09, 2018

Jews use Holocaust as 'extortion racket,' says House GOP candidate

Jews use Holocaust as 'extortion racket,' says House GOP candidate

CNN's Alisyn Camerota confronted a literal Nazi who is now poised to nab the GOP nomination for Congress - and the interview predictably derailed, as the Nazi ranted about "the Jewish media".

When "New Day" co-host Alisyn Camerota listed recounts of the Holocaust, he responded they were "poppycock". There aren't "both sides" to being a Nazi!

The Holocaust denier set to run for a GOP seat in IL has defended himself against claims of racism and accused what he calls the "Jews media" of "going nuts".

As The Chicago Sun-Times reports, the Republican Party has taken legal steps to get Jones knocked off the ballot in previous elections, but he took extra steps this time to ensure that he couldn't be removed. There's nothing on that website that's not true.


During the course of the interview, Jones made a number of baseless claims about the Holocaust, stating that Holocaust survivors had forged records to obtain Social Security benefits. Jones shot back. "You jews media, you've gone absolutely nuts!" "You think that Adolf Hitler's revived from the grave or something but it's one man....myself, that's standing for the truth". "You couldn't win dogcatcher", she told an increasingly irate Jones.

As he continued to call the Holocaust a "scam", Camerota replied with facts, setting the record straight on what actually happened. "You lose virtually everything that you run for".

Unfortunately, the GOP's choice not to run a respectable alternative candidate in the 3rd Congressional race reinforces that the battle for "Never Again" is never over. I can't help that you don't want to accept the truth. "You couldn't have been a dog catcher".

As Camerota patiently tried to reason with Jones, he began shaking his fist at her. The district he's running in leans so Democratic that he has no real chance of ever winning, especially the way things have been going for Republicans lately, but at this particular point in history, his candidacy itself looks especially bad, no matter the outcome. Oblivious conservatives or people who actually agree with him?

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