Biden campaign teaches America how to smack down a Nazi

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With just fifty words, the Biden campaign was able to do what the Trump administration failed to do in four years. They eviscerated the neo-Nazi Richard Spencer and his endorsement of former Vice President Joe Biden.

The racist Richard Spencer had made a sudden shift from endorsing Trump and chose to state that he wanted Biden to be president. “[T]his is either using notoriety to dissuade people from voting for Biden, or it’s an accelerationist move,” a Twitter user commented on the post. Regardless of what it was, the Biden campaign was having none of it.

“When Joe Biden says we are in a battle for the soul of our nation against vile forces of hate who have come crawling out from under rocks, you are the epitome of what he means,” tweeted the campaign’s rapid response director. “What you stand for is absolutely repugnant. Your support is 10,000% percent unwelcome here.”

“Richard Spencer’s clean-cut appearance conceals a radical white separatist whose goal is the establishment of a white ethno-state in North America,” writes the Southern Poverty Law Center. He also was an avid and vocal supporter of Trump. In 2016, at a conference held by his organization, the National Policy Institute, he toasted to Trump publicly. This is the same neo-Nazi that called for an “ethnic cleansing” in 2013.

Trump admitted in an interview that he “disavowed and condemned” the alt-right, but never mentioned Spencer by name. However, former Trump campaign advisor Steve Bannon stated that he believed Breitbart was a platform for the alt-right. The messages from the Trump campaign and administration were mixed at best.

However, hilariously, it seems Trump cannot even rely on his least desirable voters to pull through for him this time.

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