The GOP has thoroughly embraced Trump’s hateful and divisive white nationalist agenda.
With just three days until Election Day, Republicans in California are doubling down on their despicable and hateful rhetoric.
In an interview published on Thursday, Dana Rohrabacher (CA-48) called climate change a “maneuver by very powerful interest groups to create global government.”
Steven Bailey — the Republican nominee for Attorney General — suggested that the immigrants that California’s sanctuary state legislation has protected are “no one but criminals.”
And Steve Knight (CA-25) is highlighting an ad featuring a voter with a long history of posting white supremacist rants and violent threats on Facebook — including that “CNN should face a firing squad.”
These are just three examples of the worst from California Republicans from this past week — but we know that, from top to bottom, the GOP has thoroughly embraced Trump’s hateful and divisive white nationalist agenda.
To continue fighting for our progressive values, it’s crucial that we defeat them and take back the House for Democrats.
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