McCarthy Says GOP Will Not 'Go After People Simply Because of Their Political Views'; Says Nick Fuentes Must Be Banned From GOP For His Political ViewsChris Menahan
Nov. 29, 2022
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House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) said during a press conference on Tuesday that Christian conservative Nick Fuentes "has no place" in the Republican Party and his ideology "has no place in society at all" just minutes before claiming the GOP will not "go after people simply because of their political views" when they take back power.
"I don't think anybody should be spending any time with Nick Fuentes," McCarthy told the press, referencing Trump's dinner with Ye and Fuentes. "He has no place in this Republican Party."
"I condemn his ideology," McCarthy said, "it has no place in society -- at all!"
Minutes later, McCarthy was asked: "What do you make of the White House saying they are 'keeping an eye on' Twitter under Elon Musk's ownership and leadership?"
"That is offensive to me," McCarthy responded. "Government's gonna go after someone who wants to have free speech? What do they have to look at Twitter about? Do they want to go more after the American public about whether they can have an opinion on something?"
"I think the American public have spoken on this. I think our First Amendment stands up and I think they should stop picking on Elon Musk," he continued. "You know, Elon Musk has succeeded in many places. I'd bet on him more than government going after him. And I one thing I would say when we talked about accountability, we will no longer let government go after people simply because of their political views."
Just over a week ago, McCarthy vowed to remove Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) from the House Foreign Affairs Committee because she criticized Israel in the past.
In 2019, McCarthy voted to strip Rep. Steve King (R-IA) from all committees over his political views defending white people and Western civilization.
McCarthy is also a champion of anti-BDS laws which punish Americans for boycotting the foreign state of Israel and blatantly violate the First Amendment.
Despite McCarthy's claim that the GOP "will no longer let government go after people simply because of their political views," the truth is he's eager to use state power to punish Americans for their political views, place them on blacklists and ban them from the political process if they dare to criticize Israel!
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