Illinois Dem Candidate Spreads Conspiracy Theory Kavanaugh Aide Used ‘White Power Signs’ During Hearing

‘There’s a problem when we have Zina Bash this week flashing white power signs behind the Brett Kavanaugh hearings’

EXCERPT:

CASTEN: "So Peter is taking a number of things out of context and I don't claim to remember everything that I've ever tweeted but, you know, he made the comment a moment ago that I said there were Nazis in the White House. They work. Sebastian Gorka was in the White House. The President of the United States when he campaigned, you recall, he put that star of David and and said that, you know, Hillary supporters were somehow associated with this. If you don't have the courage to stand up to the President of the United States and call that out, that's a slippery slope for it's going down the path that a lot of countries that were once thought that could never happen to them happens. So we have an obligation to call that out when we see it and the fact that there was a member of the Hungarian Nazi Party in the White House doesn't make me a bad person for saying there's a problem with having Nazis in the White House. There's a problem and we have Zina Bash this week flashing white power signs behind the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. How do we not see that?"

(The Washington Free Beacon)

 

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