There's really no way to introduce this, so here goes: a literal Nazi is running for Congress in Illinois's third district as a Republican.
In 2012, he was defeated in the GOP primary, and in 2016, he ran unopposed in the GOP primary and was removed from the ballot "for flagrant disregard of the election code", the Chicago Tribune reports. "Okay?" he said on CNN's "New Day" during an interview with Alisyn Camerota.
"You can call it whatever you want", she said. Camerota asks bluntly at the top of the interview.
"For the past 15-20 years, I have not had anything to do with any national socialist organization on a formal basis. I call myself an American patriot and statesman", Jones deflected.
On the segment this morning, Camerota's first question to Jones was: "Are you a Nazi?"
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Jones said: "I personally picked the articles in there because they're true..." All that means is that he's a Nazi, just not politically.
Camerota then brings up his website as a way to confirm that he does hold Nazi views. In response, the congressional hopeful declared, "It's not vile and rancid, it's the truth! And we're not in the business of predicting of predicting the news but I can say that you will lose this race".
The state's Republican Party vehemently condemned Jones' candidacy in a statement to the Chicago Sun-Times earlier this week. "It is the flag of a White counter rebellion".
A Holocaust denier, anti-Semite and white supremacist is about to become the Republican nominee for an IL congressional seat. "It's an extortion racket. If you did an honest investigation of the Holocaust, you'd realize it is nothing but an worldwide extortion racket by the Jews - to suck us into one war after another in the Mideast", Jones explained.
"You can have your own conspiracy theories, but you can't have your own facts", Camerota replied. Hitler did conduct a genocidal regime, Auschwitz did exist, and the Nuremberg trials did happen.
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When presented with facts about the extermination of Jews by Nazi Germany, Jones responded by saying "Poppycock". "And I might add black Christian patriots, Latino Christian patriots".
His lone candidacy makes him a likely lock as the GOP nominee in November, although the Republican Party has denounced him.
White supremacist Arthur Jones, the unopposed GOP candidate for the 3 Congressional District in IL that represents parts of Chicago and its suburbs, got into a verbal spat with CNN's New Day host Alysin Camerota, who accused Jones of being "vocally and unapologetically racist".
Jones has run - and lost - for multiple offices both in IL and his native Wisconsin.
He hasn't won the GOP nomination yet, but the Republican Party also hasn't yet managed to stop him this time, and it doesn't look like they're going to.
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