CPAC organizer denounces alt-right as 'left-wing fascists'
I'm not feelin' the love ... first, we had Milo as a featured speaker. Never mind that the Breitbartian was a hatemonger of the first order; he was a 'conservative.' But then ... then, he came out with his embrace of pedophilia. Milo's racist and sexist rants on Breitbart were apparently well within the 'conservative' spectrum, but even CPAC drew the line at having sex with kids.
Now, we have Richard Spencer, the American white nationalist being expelled.
"There was an irony to Spencer’s expulsion on the same day the conference featured White House strategist Stephen K. Bannon, the former CEO of Breitbart News, who once called the site “the platform for the alt-right.”"
To add to the CPAC farce, we now have Dan Schneider, the executive director of the American Conservative Union, going on about how the alt-right are really 'left-wing fascists.'
“There is a sinister organization that is trying to worm its way into our ranks,” said Dan Schneider, the executive director of the American Conservative Union, which runs CPAC. “We must not be deceived by [a] hateful, left-wing fascist group.”
I wonder if we should tell him that the far left extremists are not 'fascists,' but 'communists,' and that the far right extremists are the 'fascists,' and that the 'fascists' hate the 'communists' passionately, and vice versa. Look at that whole Nazi Germany - Soviet Union thing back during WWII.
Let's not, though. Let's just continue to watch the show. There's no telling what moonbat nonsense will issue forth next. We can only wonder how many of these guys are on the CPAC guest list.