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Senate Candidate Who Praises Adolf Hitler Gets Booted From California Republican Convention

A U.S. Senate hopeful was kicked out of the California Republican convention on Saturday after he issued disparaging remarks about Jews and offered praise of Adolf Hitler.


Patrick Little, who has never been active in politics before, has said that Jewish representation in government panders to "zionist stooges" and that Adolf Hitler "was one of the greatest leaders in history." His campaign slogan is: "Liberate the U.S. from the Jewish oligarchy."

Little is a 33-year-old IT specialist and former Marine who hoped to challenge incumbent Senator Diane Feinstein, a Democrat, who is seeking her fifth term, in the general election in November. The primary is set for June 5th. Disturbingly, a recent SurveyUSA poll showed Little garnering 18 percent support among GOP primary voters, putting him at the head of the pack.

He could very well win the nomination for the U.S. Senate.


Little's remarks have drawn strong condemnation from Republican officials in California.

"Antisemitism and any other form of religious bigotry" have no place in Republican politics, said Matt Fleming, a spokesman for the California GOP.

Little posted a video to BitChute after he was tossed out of the convention in which he is showing stomping and spitting on the Israeli flag. Last month, he protested outside Twitter headquarters after his account was suspended due to his hateful rhetoric. "It's not okay to be white @ Twitter," his protest sign read.

Little is not the only Nazi running for Congress this year. So far, three other Hitler sympathizers have managed to weasel their way onto Republican tickets across the country.