In a plot twist to the mainstream media narrative that every conservative Republican is a member of the so-called “alt-right,” the self-proclaimed poster boy, Richard Spencer, recently admitted that he is a “progressive.”
“I guess I’m a progressive,” Spencer told Dinesh D’Souza in an interview as part of D’Souza’s new film “Death of a Nation,” which draws historical comparisons among the Democratic South during slavery, Nazi Germany and today’s American progressives.
Spencer admitted to supporting nationalized healthcare and government control of the economy in the interview. These positions fall right in line with his admission he doesn’t believe in free speech in an April live stream for his website.
Anyone who is not a political neophyte or has a semblance of an understanding of history already understands this dynamic. Though the media pegs Richard Spencer as a conservative in order to malign Republicans, he’s an obvious leftist with a resumè to prove it.
He was born in Boston, MA – not exactly a bastion of conservatism. He graduated from Duke University, and now lives in Washington, D.C. one of the most leftist cities on earth.
Further, the left has been on a censorship and banning spree of conservative and anti-establishment news media, the 21st-century version of Nazi book-burning. Just this morning, radical leftists chased Candace Owens, a black conservative commentator out of a restaurant, calling her a “white supremacist” in an episode reminiscent of Jim Crow.
It’s pretty clear that conservatives pushing for limited government, aren’t the ones pushing so-called “hate.”
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