California GOP kicks anti-Semitic candidate out of convention

California Republicans refuse to allow Patrick Little, who is dedicated to 'exposing Jewish control,' to participate in party convention.

Gary Willig ,

Republican Party
Republican Party

The California Republican party kicked an anti-Semitic Senate candidate out of its party convention.

Patrick Little, who is running against incumbent Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein, was removed from the Republican convention in San Diego Saturday, according to State GOP spokesman Matt Fleming.

A recent poll put Little at 18%, second behind Sen. Feinstein, who is polling at 39%.

Little has gained notoriety for his white supremacist and anti-Semitic rhetoric. In a campaign video posted to Youtube, Little stated that he had "dedicated my life to exposing these Jews that control our country."

In a post last month on his blog, Little wrote: “We all want what has been taboo until now to say aloud, we want to be around other whites, safe from non-whites. But unless we start voicing that sentiment regularly at the ballot box, all of the places we have retreated to will be eventually overrun by non-whites.”

Little has praised Adolf Hitler and posted anti-Semitic conspiracy theories alleging Jewish involvement in the 9/11 attacks. His campaign has been endorsed by former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke.

State GOP spokesman Matt Fleming stated that Little has never been an active member of the California Republican party and that the GOP condemns “anti-Semitism and any other form of religious bigotry.