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White Supremacist Ryan Challenger Paul Nehlen Suspended From Twitter For Racist Tweet

It probably won't last too long, though
White Supremacist Ryan Challenger Paul Nehlen Suspended From Twitter For Racist Tweet

Racist Republican Paul Nehlen was finally suspended from Twitter late Sunday afternoon. For those that don't know who Nehlen is, he is running for Congress in Wisconsin, trying to unseat Paul Ryan.

Nehlen is a proud member of the alt-Right white supremacist known to fan the flames of white nationalism on his twitter feed. Just a few weeks ago, Nehlen posted a list of phone numbers and email addresses for 81 "critics", 74 of which he identified as Jews. Spoiler: not all were Jews. But you know, facts.

Why was he suspended Sunday? The consensus is that he crossed a line with a despicable tweet where he photoshopped that face of "cheddar man", a dark skinned, 9,000 year old man onto the face of Meghan Markle. In the tweet, he asked 'Honey, does this tie make my face look pale?'

I guess insulting the future wife of a Prince is not the best political move, eh?

Oh, and for those of you who don't want to vote for Paul Nehlen or Paul Ryan - please consider supporting Randy Bryce, the Democratic candidate, through Blue America.

Visit Randy Bryce's website here.

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