Patrick Little, the neo-Nazi Republican Senate candidate in California who we identified last month, appeared on former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke’s radio show yesterday and told him that he believed President Trump would be able to deliver on more campaign promises if he would “name the Jew.”
Little is an unabashed anti-Semite who says he wants to keep his supporters “safe from non-whites” and is promising California voters that he’ll work to achieve a government “free from Jews” if they elect him to the U.S. Senate. A SurveyUSA poll conducted last month polled Little with 18 percent support in California’s open top-two primary, meaning that he could have a chance of facing incumbent Sen. Dianne Feinstein in the general election.
Little joined Duke’s radio program yesterday to rant about the ways he believes “Jewish supremacism” hurts working-class families before proceeding to blame Jewish influence in Washington for preventing Trump from delivering on campaign promises. Duke has endorsed Little in his primary campaign.
“This chutzpah, this audacity—it’s psychopathic levels of audacity—and everything that Trump promised, these Jewish supremacists are preventing him from delivering and taking away when he has delivered. Whether they do it through the judiciary—J-E-W-diciary—or through their control of the Congress through AIPAC, the largest lobby, it’s a Jewish lobby, in Washington.”
Little said that in his campaign he wants to “not only offer what Trump was offering, but more.” He said he hoped to do that by “not just dealing with the issues facing the working class in this country, facing whites in this country, but also dealing with the root of all of the problems these different people are facing.”
“The root of all of our problems is a Zionist Jewish-supremacist lobby and if Trump had just on day one when he occupied the White House say, ‘OK, it’s time to remove the lobby for a foreign government from our country so we can put America first and make America great again,’ I think that would have been the winning strategy,” Little said.
He added that he’s convinced that Trump is “aware of the Jewish question,” referring to the anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that Little has built his beliefs on, and suggested that if other presidents like Richard Nixon had decided to “name the Jew” when they were under scrutiny, America might have “liberated ourselves.”
Duke told Little, “He might still do that and I hope we can convince him of that.”