I was all set to tweet about how feckless fascist Congressional candidate Paul Nehlen was cleverly disguising the anti-Semitic commentary on his new @nehlen1589 account with asterisks to avoid getting banned again, but it looks like he's dispensed with the asterisks. #AltWankers pic.twitter.com/t945Ybz9t3— Conspirador Norteño (@conspirator0) July 26, 2018
Wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat and standing at a lectern on the sidewalk in front of The Gazette’s downtown offices, Nehlen said Twitter’s action was part of a pattern of banning conservatives while giving liberals free rein.Nehlen tipped his hat in mentioning the name of President Donald Trump, saying Trump, like Nehlen, is “a stalwart defender of free speech.”The FEC website says anyone can file a complaint, and complaints are kept secret until resolved.Nehlen faces Brad Boivin, Nick Polce, Kevin Adam Steen and Bryan Steil in the Aug. 14 Republican primary. Boivin is on the ballot but has halted his campaign.
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