Less than a week after gaining coveted endorsement from Donald Trump, Blake Masters, also the Arizona GOPSenate candidate, has secured the support of a notorious neo-Nazi troll who runs a racist news site in the name of the Nazi newspaper Stormer Abbey.
according to The Jew Inside, The Daily Stormer Publisher Andrew Anglin said that “[could not] Masters called “anyone in Arizona” who is not a known neo-Nazi to reach out to the Republican candidate’s campaign with inquiries about “what kind of help” he might need.
Mr. Anglin joined Trump in endorsing the candidate backed by Peter Thiel after he was accused of assaulting a Democratic activist who came to one of his events wearing a black T-shirt.
“This is exactly the kind of man this country needs,” said Mr Anglin, who has spent the past few years dodging lawsuits by victims of his harassment campaigns on his website.
Earlier this year, a federal judge in Virginia issued a default ruling against him in a lawsuit brought by residents of Charlottesville, Virginia, where Mr. , by neo-Nazi James Alex Fields, Jr.
Mr. Anglin, who also defaulted in a $14 million lawsuit brought against him by the Southern Poverty Law Center on behalf of Tanya Gersh, a Montana real estate agent who was the victim of a harassment campaign orchestrated by Mr. Anglin through his website.
His favorite candidate, Mr. Masters, is currently leading the race as the Republican Party’s candidate who will run for Senator Mark Kelly in November’s general election.
But Mr. Masters, who has made a number of controversial statements — including claiming the January 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol was orchestrated by the FBI and blaming “black, frankly” for gun violence in the United States — tracks Mr. Kelly in Most people. polling.