Larry Pratt, Who Will Be Spending The Weekend With Holocaust Deniers, Accuses Left of Racism and Anti-Semitism
Gun Owners of America’s Larry Pratt was forced out of Pat Buchanan’s — yes, Pat Buchanan's —1996 presidential campaign when it was discovered that he had delivered an address to a group of neo-Nazis, associated with an Aryan Nation official and served as an editor of an anti-Semitic publication. Earlier this year, he enthusiastically agreed with a radio host who suggested that President Obama is planning to incite a race war pitting “Christian, heterosexual white haves” against “black, Muslim and/or atheist have-nots.” He is one of the most prominent national proponents of the “nullification” movement, which was inspired by pre-Civil War southern politicians who tried to buck the federal government to shore up the institution of slavery. And he is scheduled to spend this Fourth of July weekend at an event hosted by a rock group that calls the Holocaust a “scam” and alleges that Israel was behind the 9/11 attacks.
So, it was interesting to listen to Pratt, discussing the George Zimmerman trial on VCY America’s Crosstalk radio last week, pull out his David Barton talking points to claim that the media, Democrats and the left are racist and anti-Semitic.
I think that the media was just convinced that this white guy -- and then eventually when they realized, darn, that he’s an Hispanic and he’s bilingual, this white Hispanic – in other words, Hispanics are supposed to be brown or even darker but this guy was a white Hispanic – so, underscore the white.
The racism of the media is pretty apparent. In fact, when you think about it, the KKK was an action arm of the Democrat Party. The Republican Party was founded ultimately to repulse not only the KKK, but armed force used to protect the institution of slavery. So when you read some of the literature even today, some of the greatest anti-Semitism comes from the left.
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