Arkansas Republican Party Disavows Immigration Patriot Candidate
Tte Arkansas Republican Party is doing everything possible to silence a candidate who brings a unique message to the 2022 midterms.
Of the candidates running for higher office during the 2022 midterms, Neil Kumar, has one of the most interesting platforms. Kumar is running for Arkansas’ Third Congressional district on a platform of a “a 20-year moratorium on all immigration, deportation of all illegals, and completion of the wall.” In the meantime, Kumar has called for policymakers to “end birthright citizenship, deny public services to illegals, and tax remittances.”
On top of that, he has called for the repeal of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as a means of restoring the principle of the freedom of association. Kumar also stated that he wants to “end anti-white discrimination and bring manufacturing jobs back home.”
For his advocacy of these issues, Kumar has been unpersonned from Facebook and Twitter.
But it hasn’t stopped there. On October 26, 2021, the Republican Party of Arkansas officially disavowed Kumar’s campaign.
Jonelle Fulmer, the Chairman of the Republican Party of Arkansas, made the following comments regarding Kumar’s campaign:
The RPA [Republican Party of Arkansas] platform and membership will not endorse or defend the use of racist, bigoted, sexist or threatening language by any candidate.
The party proceeded to declare Kumar a “non-recommended candidate” for the 2022 election cycle.
Kumar explained that this move means he is “blacklisted from any GOP-affiliated organizations and events and that if I win the primary, the party will not provide financial or other support as it customarily would.”
The bad news didn’t end there. On October 27, Kumar’s campaign treasurer received a phone call from Anedot, Kumar’s payment processing service. Anedot announced that it canceled Kumar’s account on October 28. It did so without giving any reason.
Due to the overall timing of the Arkansas Republican Party announcement and the almost immediate decision by Anedot to break ties with Kumar, there appears to be signs of Arkansas Republican leadership pressuring Anedot to deprive Kumar of his ability to fundraise online.
This is another sign of Republican leadership gatekeeping to prevent dissident voices from gaining prominence. The GOP is more content with generic candidates who talk about boring issues such as tax cuts than candidates who rock the boat on identity issues.
The immigration question is no joke and could determine the fate of the Republican Party and the Historic American Nation for that matter, in the long-term. This is why the Republican Party needs insurgent populists and immigration patriots to join its ranks.
Candidates like Neil Kumar are a breath of fresh air in an otherwise stale environment of Conservatism Inc. conformism.
All serious populists should support his campaign.
Kumar’s website can be accessed here:
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