(Luis Cornelio, Headline USA) Republican and conservative leaders are taking a strong stand against a recent small gathering of neo-Nazis. Denouncing the event as a catalyst for division and expressing concerns about its authenticity, these leaders are calling for a closer examination of its origins.
Viral footage of the protest captures a small group of masked individuals brandishing confederate flags, engaging in racial slurs and vociferously chanting phrases associated with white power. The shocking nature of these actions has ignited widespread condemnation.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., a conservative powerhouse, reacted to the rally, expressing a desire for a thorough investigation into the identities of those involved. She asserted her skepticism, suggesting that the group may be part of a larger operation orchestrated by external forces, namely the federal government.
Taylor Greene further added, “This group, just like the Patriot Front group that marches in DC, looks like a fed operation trying to create racism, white supremacy, and racial division where none exist. Take your masks off you cowards.
A concerned resident of Centerville, named Kenneth, expressed his dismay over the rally, underscoring the peaceful coexisting between black and white families in the community.
“These are people that don’t know nothing about this community or this area,” Kenneth said.
“They’re over there yelling, ‘white power.’ In this community, within 30 miles, any direction you go, there are more African American cowboys and families than any white families. We all coexist. We all get along,” Kenneth added.
I spoke with Keith and others who hate the fact that the rally has disrupted a typically peacefully Saturday that includes a farmer’s market and community support of local businesses. (4/4) pic.twitter.com/ZJynopFvfN
— 🚨 Rusty Surette 🚨 (@KBTXRusty) June 3, 2023
Greene championed Kenneth’s sentiments, stating, “This man speaks on behalf of everyone I know and most Americans. The federal government or whoever is funding this group and others need to be exposed and it needs to stop.”