For the nontweeters:
Dear @mtgreenee & @RepGosar: I have some questions about your Anglo-Saxon caucus: Will non Aryans be allowed to join? If so, do we have to sit in the back of the room because we’re not white? Can we have fried rice and nachos during the meetings? Asking for a friend.
Don’t be silly, Ted. No one eats fried rice and nachos together. #FakeMenus!
According to the America First Caucus’ seven-page “policy platform” document—from which Greene is now scrambling to distance herself—this is the nacho-less nonsense they’re actually promoting.
“America is a nation with a border, and a culture, strengthened by a common respect for uniquely Anglo-Saxon political traditions. History has shown that societal trust and political unity are threatened when foreign citizens are imported en-masse into a country, particularly without institutional support for assimilation and an expansive welfare state to bail them out should they fail to contribute positively to the country.”
You’ll forgive me if I did a quick Command+F search on “Lebensraum” to see which country they’re thinking of invading first.
Also, what should we do with native-born Americans who are failing to contribute positively to the country? Because I can list a few of those right off the top of my head.
As always, Rep. Lieu is offering both on-point and pointed criticism. Without question, he can take care of himself. But as a white man, I just want to say, “ugh” and, of course, “sorry.” Also, “Jesus F. Christ on a Pogo Stick, I could not be more embarrassed of these people.”
Then again, I don’t claim those two knuckleheads. And no one else should, either.
Dr. Even My Family Hates Me, DDS denied involvement with the document on Saturday, ahead of Greene’s announcement that she was punting this stupid, bigoted, and dangerous idea.
Let me be perfectly clear, I did not author this paper. In fact, I first became aware of it by reading about it in the news yesterday, like everyone else.
Read the full “policy platform” below.
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