“No room for holocaust deniers, white nationalists, or racists”: Conservative group cuts ties with Michelle Malkin over her support of Nick Fuentes

by Daniel Payne · Nov 18th, 2019 4:00 pm

Last Updated Nov 19th, 2019 at 11:15 pm

The conservative student group Young America’s Foundation has parted ways with long-time group speaker Michelle Malkin over her support of Nick Fuentes, whom they implied was a holocaust denier, white nationalist, and racist.

Malkin has praised Nick Feuntes as “one of the New Right leaders.” Feuntes has in the past made inflammatory claims, including that Nazi Germany killed “200,000 to 300,000 Jews.” Holocaust deniers regularly claim that six million Jews were not actually killed during the Holocaust, despite that figure being accepted by virtually every historian working today.

Fuentes has also argued that segregation in America was better for everyone.

YAF said in a tweet that there is “no room in mainstream conservatism or at YAF for Holocaust deniers.”

Calling them “the keepers of the gate,” Malkin slammed the group in a subsequent tweet, defending her support of “demographic truth-tellers” and “patriotic…groypers.” The term “groyper” is how Feuntes and his supports refer to themselves.


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