White Nationalists Ponder: Is Nazism Enough?

Lt. Gov. Decides To Opt Out Of Attending Extremist Gathering

By Todd Heywood

Remember that one time the white nationalist group filed an amicus against marriage equality?

You know, The Traditionalist Youth Network -- attorneys of record Kyle Bristow and Jason VanDyke -- said marriage equality was bad because... well, because they said it was. Even Bill Schuette dismissed the brief.

Well, not to be out done, last week they filed an amicus brief in a second amendment case. They argue that citizens should definitely have access to military grade weapons and technology cause, you know, brown people. No, really - that's the gist of their argument.

Now, their leader, Matt Parrott, has a post on their website saying Nazism is too weak as a model of government.

I'd be curious to know what Lt. Gov. Brian Calley thinks of this. I mean, he is slated to attend a fundraiser Monday night for Republican nominee for state representative, Triston Cole. Seems the event will be held on a farm that was raided by the feds this summer, also once owned by a former Nazi who lied to get into the country, reports Macomb Daily's Politically Speaking blog.

Update: The Lt. Gov. decided not to attend the fundraiser after all and had his name removed from candidate Triston Cole's online advertisement for the fundraiser. Whoops!


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