Stephen Miller is the chief architect of the trump administration’s white nationalist policies, from the Muslim Ban to immigrant family separation.
His rabbi and members of his own family may have disowned him, but he’s found a home with far-right outlets like VDARE and InfoWars.
As the former Chief Strategist for President Trump, Bannon was behind some of the administration’s biggest white nationalist policies, including the Muslim Ban and the attempt to add a citiizenship question to the census.
As of last week, he’s now following in a proud tradition of indicted Trump campaign employees.
This former Deputy Assistant to President Trump is well known for his ties to the Order of Vitézi Rend, a far-right Hungarian group aligned with Nazis.
He has publicly disavowed the group — but he continues to meet regularly with white nationalists and vocally support Trump’s Muslim Ban.
Despite holding no public office, Donald Trump Jr has a strong track record of antisemitism on behalf of his father’s campaign — from amplifying neo-Nazis to comparing the DNC platform to the Nazi Party to promoting Soros conspiracy theories.
In 2002, this Louisiana Congressman and House Minority Whip spoke at a convention for EURO, a white nationalist group founded by former KKK grand wizard David Duke.
In 2020, we’re thrilled to have him speaking at OUR convention.
Our Senate Majority Leader describes himself as the Grim Reaper — responsible for blocking dozens of Democratic and bipartisan House bills on issues including voting rights, protecting DACA, and combating LGBTQ+ discrimination.
This Georgia Senator has the entrepreneurial spirit to profit off of a pandemic, and the courage to oppose the modern Civil Rights movement.
While most famous for her insider trading, in recent weeks, Loeffler has staked her campaign on boldly accusing Black Lives Matter of antisemitism in an attempt to hurt the progressive movement.
This Florida Congressman is leading the charge to secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.
In 2018, he invited a Holocaust denier to the State of the Union. In 2020, he’s going even bigger — endorsing QAnon supporters like Marjorie Taylor Greene and directly echoing white nationalist rhetoric.
Greene is a proud QAnon supporter who is deeply committed to sharing racist videos and posing for photos with neo-Nazis — and she just won the GOP primary to represent Georgia’s 14th Congressional District.