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Sen. Ted Cruz (TX)

This Texas Senator proudly introduced a resolution condemning antisemitism — a bold move he backed up by accusing Jews of owning the media, using the Holocaust as a political tool to attack women of color, and launching into a Twitter tirade against a city council resolution…condemning antisemitism.
Why? It’s a mystery — just like the identity of the Zodiac killer.

Stephen Miller

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.

Steve Bannon

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.

Sebastian Gorka

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.

Rudy Giuliani

This former mayor, former presidential candidate, and former advisor to the President has a long history of attacks on Black and Muslim communities.

In Dec. 2019, Giuliani described himself as “more of a Jew than George Soros is.”

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (TX-02)

This Texas Congressman is a rising star in the party. He’s best known for being a former administrator of a white nationalist Facebook group, as well as regularly parroting xenophobic talking points about immigrants and asylum seekers.

Madison Cawthorn

You won’t want to miss the righteous furor of this rising star — he’s at the top of our bucket list!

In 2017, Cawthorn posted enthusiastically on Instagram about his trip to Hitler’s vacation house. Now, he’s an exciting new Congressional candidate.

Heather Scott (ID HD-1A)

In 2017, Idaho State Rep. Heather Scott defended white nationalism on her Facebook page.

In 2020, she’s upped her rhetoric, saying that COVID-19 safety measures are “no different” than Nazi concentration camps.

Cris Dush (PA HD-66)

Pennsylvania State Rep. Cris Dush boldly compared Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic to the Nazi and Soviet regimes.