A robocall obtained by Los Angeles talk radio station KFI AM 640 told voters “to rid America of the traitorous Jews like Dianne Feinstein, vote for Patrick Little for U.S. Senator for California.” The call was sponsored by a neo-Nazi podcast.
As Right Wing Watch first reported, Patrick Little is an anti-Semitic white nationalist running for U.S. Senate in California on a neo-Nazi platform so extreme that he has discouraged supporters from donating to his campaign since campaign contributions are public record.
The voice in the ad says, “To rid America of the traitorous Jews like Dianne Feinstein, vote for Patrick Little for U.S. Senator for California … He’s a patriot, a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, and he’s vowed to end Jewish control over America, starting with Diane Feinstein, an Israeli citizen pretending to be an American while she takes our money for her real country, Israel, and kills our children for it, too.”
“He’s going to get rid of all the nation-wrecking Jews from our country,” the ad continues.
Then, audio plays from a scene in the movie “Schindler’s List” in which a young girl yells, “Goodbye Jews!,” at Jewish people that Nazi troops herded to a ghetto during the Holocaust.
At the end of the minute-and-a-half ad, the voice says the call was paid for by “The Road to Power,” which is a little-known podcast that describes itself to be “White Nationalist anti-jew.” A quick scroll through the show’s profile on Gab, a Twitter knock-off popular with neo-Nazis and white nationalists banned from other platforms, reveals a plethora of racial slurs and anti-Semitic sentiment. Just last week, the podcast called for the deportation of all African Americans.
Little said on Gab that he was unaware that the robocall was being sent on his behalf, but when asked if he approved of the call, he told the San Francisco Chronicle, “Show me the lie, and I will consider renouncing it.”
Although Little’s views are abhorrent and extreme, he was recently found to be the top-polling Republican candidate in California.