NBCNews is reporting that unlike in past years, organizers of the Conservative Political Action Conference being currently held in National Harbor, Maryland are making little effort to exclude Nazi affiliated groups from the proceedings, allowing the hate mongers to mingle and freely spread antisemitic propaganda and conspiracies theories to the sympathetic but non Nazi affiliated convention goers:

“Nazis appeared to find a friendly reception at the conservative political action conference this year.

Throughout the conference, racist extremists, some of whom had secured official CPAC badges, openly mingled with conference attendees and espoused antisemitic conspiracy theories.

The presence of the individuals has been a persistent issue at CPAC, and in previous years, conference organizers have ejected well known nazis and white supremacists, such as Nick Fuentes.

But this year, racist conspiracy theorists didn’t meet any perceptible resistance at the conference where Donald Trump has been the keynote speaker since 2017.

At the Young Republican mixer Saturday evening a group of Nazis, who openly identified as national socialists, mingled with mainstream conservative personalities, including some from Turning Point USA, and discussed race science and antisemitic conspiracy theories.“

The NBC article identifies one group crashing the bund meeting as The Rise Above Movement, which the Anti-Defamation League has designated as a Nazi hate organization:

“R.A.M. (Rise Above Movement) is a white supremacist group based in Southern California whose members believe they are fighting against a “modern world” corrupted by the “destructive cultural influences” of liberals, Jews, Muslims and non-white immigrants. They refer to themselves as the “premier MMA (mixed martial arts) club of the Alt-Right.” Originally based in Southern California, today their membership is mostly online, and leader Robert Rundo is living in Eastern Europe.

R.A.M. operates like a street-fighting club. Members train to do physical battle with their ideological foes and have been involved in violent clashes during political rallies and demonstrations.
While they consider themselves part of the alt right, R.A.M.’s membership has deep roots in California’s racist skinhead movement, and includes individuals who have faced serious criminal charges, including assault, robbery and weapon offenses.”


The Rise Above Movement operates openly as a fascist fight club (except they are not reticent about talking about it) and have brought violence to locations from Berkeley, California to Charlottesville, Virginia.

I have little doubt that that they are being tolerated at CPAC this year because Trump plans to use their talents? in the months leading up to this year’s election and for the mayhem he dreams of bringing to our nation after he loses it.

I hope the proper authorities are paying attention.

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  1. Their threat of violence is now not even hidden below a surface of civility.

    But a word of warning to these morons; if you can’t fight your ideological battles ideologically, and try to fight them physically instead, you’ll lose. There’s just not enough of you deviants.

  2. They were probably let in because of such poor attendance. When defendant Donnie was speaking, the room was less than 25% full. I guess no one wants to chance getting their package pummeled.


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