On Thursday, a Neo-Nazi who denied the Holocaust was removed from the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) grounds in Maryland.
Then, not by chance, Fuentes protested at the same neighboring hotel where traditional Jewish conference attendees celebrated Shabbat and held a Shabbaton, claimed an orthodox Jewish reporter.
Nick Fuentes’ effort to join our seminar was rejected, we said. His divisive, racist statements and deeds are not in line with the goals of CPAC, claimed Matt Schlapp in a statement posted to Instagram.
Schlapp continued, “We are pleased that our conference welcomes a wide range of conservative viewpoints from individuals of different backgrounds, but we are concerned about the rise in antisemitic rhetoric (or Jew hatred) in our nation and around the world, whether it be in the halls of power and academia or through the online rantings of bigots like Fuentes.
In a shameful turn of events, Fuentes held a rival rally for his antisemitic group in the same National Harbor hotel, Maryland, where the Young Jewish Conservatives who attended CPAC spent Shabbos.
Fuentes has frequently refuted the Holocaust, extolled the virtues of Hitler, and used venomous anti-Jewish language.
He famously joined fellow antisemite Kanye West for dinner at President Trump’s Mar-a-lago residence, though Trump later denied knowing about him and blasted his views.
He was recently let back on Twitter, but less than twenty-four hours later, his account was suspended after he sent out several antisemitic tweets.
Fuentes made it known on Telegram that he would announce the rally’s location and timing after President Donald Trump’s speech at CPAC on Saturday evening. This was done to keep the rally’s location a mystery.