|Stallmigo Rand Paul (R-KY) poses with White extremist rancher Cliven Bundy.|
And the insurgent candidate running for the clown car just dropped another bombshell on his campaign. Once again he's saying that he's not a racist, but doesn't mind them supporting him.
Stallmigo Rand Paul (R-KY) once again gets some unwanted attention for embracing extremists.
Remember that old geezer Cliven Bundy! He was the Nevada rancher who was upset over the government warning him about his cattle grazing on federal lands. This rancher who threatened to wage an armed insurgency against the Bureau of Land Management. They had a stand off and it was going to be another Waco.
He was a hero to the likes of a certain annoying conservative agitator. That's until he opened his mouth about the NEGRO.
|Jack Hunter was once the Southern Avenger. He renounced the title. He now is warning Republicans that they're doomed if they continue to embrace extremism.|
As soon as he dropped that comment, many Republicans distanced themselves from him.
Nevada state lawmaker Michele Fiore, a possible Republican candidate running for the open seat in the U.S. Senate race embraced Bundy during his stand off.
Bundy never shy of his opinions told the junk food media, that Paul promised more state sovereignty.
Even his former ally, Jack Hunter is disgusted with Paul's antics. Hunter is known as The Southern Avenger writes for the Charleston Daily Paper, and has made appearances on talk radio and MSNBC as a commentator. Hunter was a co-author of two of Paul's books.
|Stallmigo Rand Paul (R-KY) with Rev. Perm.|
Hunter denounced his old ways. Yeah, he admits he's still a true conservative but he figures that the Republican Party's rigid ways are dooming their chances in the 2016 election.
“As a former conservative radio personality, who used to use the same kind of over the top rhetoric with the same recklessness, I cringed,” Hunter wrote. He explained that he truly believes that libertarian and conservative Republicans are what is best for the country, but no one will listen to their platform if they keep acting like a bunch of bigots. If Republicans continue down this path, he explained, they risk “becoming incompatible with America”.
“For Republican candidates—who ostensibly have a problem with big government telling people how to live and what to do—why have their reactions, with a few exceptions, been so hateful?” Hunter asks. “Perhaps some self-reflection and a reexamination of first principles are overdue.”