A Nazi GOP Senate candidate got the boot from the California Republican Party’s convention in San Diego. He must have been at the wrong convention.
Then again, you can’t blame him for being confused. National Socialists and the California Republican Party have so much in common.
Outwardly, party officials said that, from the outset of the convention the candidate, Patrick Little, was not welcome at the gathering.
“There’s no room for that kind of hate speech that that man uses,” said Cynthia Bryant, executive director of the California Republican Party.
But Prop. 187 and hating Mexicans is still OK right M. Bryant?
According to the Los Angeles Times, Little emerged from obscurity after a recent SurveyUSA poll found that he was supported by 18% of California voters, putting him in second place behind Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who is running for her fifth full term.
On his campaign website, Little describes himself as an American first candidate who is “fighting for US Citizens in California.”
That sounds pretty Republican to us.