“The only way to challenge Jewish power in this country now is with local elections because it would have to be word of mouth.”
“I’ve got someone who supports, uh, orthodox, Israeli…we’re at a cross hairs on that stuff,” Kessler said.
He plans to stop in 10 cities, where he’ll hold a sign that says “Jews Rape Kids” and spew anti-Semitic propaganda.
His tactic? Anti-Semitic robocalls. “America has a Jewish problem,” he says in the recorded call to residents of Sandpoint.
Patrick Little, a neo-Nazi running as a Republican, finished 12th in California’s primary for U.S. Senate.
Little, who has called for a government “free from Jews,” polled last month at a surprising 18%.
In Illinois, one Republican nominee is a former leader of the American Nazi Party; another thinks Beyonce has ties to the Illuminati.
Although he says he’s not responsible for the calls, Patrick Little celebrated them online.
Little has called for a government “free from Jews.” He received 18% of the vote in a recent poll.
“There’s an uptick in anti-Semitism, and there’s an uptick in anti-immigration histrionics, with a president who panders to these constituencies.”