Marjorie Taylor Green poses beside alleged Jewish Space Laser
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Marjorie Taylor Green's goal was to unite the far-right wing and to promote "common respect for uniquely Anglo-Saxon political traditions."
Fliers were floating around Washington DC like omens of bad fortune outlining a nativist argument warning that "mass immigration" poses a threat to the "long-term existential future as a unique country with a unique culture and a unique identity."
The motley crew joining the group consists of the far-right fringes of the GOP. Their rhetoric is designed to grab headlines.
The core policy of the proposed caucus is a message of protecting the American identity and "uniquely Anglo-Saxon political traditions."
That hateful rhetoric ties into a toxic argument with a racist legacy that immigrants are "replacing" Americans who were born in the United States.
The plan to form the hate caucus will be announced soon by one of the goons who will tour far-right media platforms touting it.
Ironically Green is calling it the #AmericaFirst Caucus. In other words, The Trump Re-Do Caucus.
On the bright side, not all Republicans are buying into joining Green's crazy caucus.
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GOP conference chair Liz Cheney, the No.3 House Republican, responded to the reporting about the new caucus in a tweet.
"Republicans believe in equal opportunity, freedom, and justice for all. We teach our children the values of tolerance, decency and moral courage," she wrote.
"Racism, nativism, and anti-Semitism are evil. History teaches we all have an obligation to confront and reject such malicious hate."