WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Paul Gosar (Nazi-AZ) will be participating in a fundraising event, held by known white nationalist Nick Fuentes and his America First SuperPAC this weekend. Mr. Fuentes is a devout, pro-MAGA conservative and Holocaust denier.
It’s going to be a busy holiday weekend for Rep. Gosar. His office announced today that he won’t just be attending the fundraiser held by Fuentes’ group. Gosar will also hold his own fundraiser, run by his campaign office. The details are still coming together, but Gosar’s office said it’ll be an “affair the whole klan remember.”
“We are looking forward to hosting the Incestuous Bastard Sons of the Confederacy at the Nathan B. Forrest Convention Center this coming weekend! Bring your favorite cross to set fire to, and we’ll provide the copies of Critical Race Theory to throw into the bonfire,” Gosar’s campaign announced in a press release. “Because Congressman Gosar wants everyone to be comfortable, please, make sure to bring all your firearms, fully loaded, and feel free to borrow a gun or twelve from your friends if they can’t make it.”
Gosar’s fundraiser will be an “upscale BBQ” and tickets will start at $1000 a plate. Because it’s both a barbecue cookout and a fundraiser, the dress code will be “race war casual.”
“While we want to keep the affair classy, and elegant, and will have black tie dress code in effect,” the announcement explains, “we also want everyone to feel comfy as can be. So that’s why it’ll be a black tie, hoods optional. We know you’ve spent the last year under the oppressive tyranny of face coverings, and might not even want your favorite crisp white hood covering your face just yet.”
Gosar was one of 120 House Republicans to vote against a resolution to remove all monuments to Confederate figures from the gallery. There were more than 60 Republicans who joined with every Democrat to vote to remove the statues.
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