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Sunday, June 11, 2023

Gavin Wax & Amy Wax & far-right extremism

So it seems that Gavin Wax is a cousin of infamous racist troll Amy Wax, a speaker at Peter Theil's CPAC for racists.

Who is Gavin Wax? 

Well according to the Southern Poverty Law Center:

Less than three weeks after the Mar-A-Lago meeting, a collection of radical right figures gathered at an event hosted by the New York Young Republican Club (NYYRC) in Manhattan. Donald Trump Jr., Rudy Giuliani, Steve Bannon and Greene hobnobbed with #Pizzagate conspiracy theorist Jack Posobiec, prominent white nationalist activists Peter and Lydia Brimelow, and an array of ultranationalist European leaders.

The NYYRC gala captured the dark mood that has overtaken a growing faction of the American right: one fixated on dominating enemies, ruminating on their own perceived victimhood, and weaving a reality in which dramatic action – including violence – is justified.

“We want to cross the Rubicon. We want total war. We must be prepared to do battle in every arena. In the media. In the courtroom. At the ballot box. And in the streets,” NYYRC president Gavin Wax told attendees.

Peter and Lydia Brimelow are the racists who live in White Supremacist Castle.

One more connection between Republicans and hard-core racists.

Wax was in the news more recently for being fired by the Babylon Bee:
The Babylon Bee – the satirical news site under fire for its unceremonious, public firing of New York Young Republican President Gavin Wax – has finally actually sent Wax his termination papers, The National Pulse understands.

Almost a week after Bee founder Seth Dillon took to Twitter to sack Wax over what appears to be his support for Donald Trump (Dillon and the Bee are DeSantis supporters and have done business with the Florida Governor), the site notified Wax...

Imagine being so extreme that even Seth Dillon thinks you're too much.

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