Sunday, June 23, 2024

Dems Try to Plant Nazi Cosplayers Outside Conservative Teen Conference

'Our students took the mature route and vacated the space the Nazi flag holders were in.... '

(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) Hoax Nazis, funded by either the Feds or the media, showed up at the conservative Turning Point USA Student Action Summit at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa Bay, Florida, according to a report from BizPac Review.

The appearance of Nazi flags outside the convention center drew immediate news attention from the Tampa Bay Times, which published a condemnation from the Florida Holocaust Museum.

“The Florida Holocaust Museum calls upon everyone, Jew and non-Jew, regardless of political affiliation, to condemn this blatant antisemitism in the strongest possible terms,” a spokesman said.

Reports from attendees, however, quickly clarified that the Nazi flags were designed to give the event what one reporter called “bad optics.”

“These people show up, give bad optics,” Tayler Hansen of Next News Network said. “I mean, they’re at a damn high school event right now.”

The possible Fed plants also carried signs that read “DeSantis Country,” according to Creative Loafing Tampa Bay.

TPUSA spokesman Andrew Kolvet said that the protestors had nothing to do with TPUSA’s event.

“They have nothing to do with TPUSA, our event, or our students,” Kolvet said. “Our students took the mature route and vacated the space the Nazi flag holders were in.”

According to BizPac Review, the “fed op” was reminiscent of the “Never Trump” Lincoln Project’s “tiki torch” stunt in Charleston, Virginia, during a Glenn Youngkin event.

There, too, the Lincoln Project paid an assortment of staffers to pose as white supremacists who were “all in for Glenn.”

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