Jewish Republican Josh Mandel Wins Endorsement Of ‘Pizzagate’ Super PAC
A Super PAC founded by a peddler of conspiracy theories regarding the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich and of “pizzagate,” has chosen Jewish Republican senate candidate Josh Mandel as its first endorsee.
The new Super-PAC, named #Rev 18, was launched by Jeff Giesea, Mike Cernovich, and Jack Posobiec, organizers of the “Deploraball” celebration of Trump’s inauguration and known for their critical views of the Republican establishment.
Posobiec is one of the main online promoters of “pizzagate,” a conspiracy theory claiming that Hillary Clinton and her advisers ran a child sex ring from the basement of a popular Washington pizza restaurant. On December 4, a North Carolina man who believed these theories, entered the restaurant and fired shots in an attempt to “investigate” the case. Posobiec also tweeted conspiracy theories accusing Clinton in involvement in the murder of Seth Rich, a Jewish DNC staffer who was shot near his home last July.
Mandel is the first Republican endorsed by #Rev18 and it is not yet clear how much funding he will get from the new Super PAC. Mandel, a staunch Trump supporter, is aiming to defeat incumbent Democrat Sherrod Brown.
This story "Josh Mandel Endorsed By ‘Pizzagate’ Super PAC" was written by Nathan Guttman.