Must See: Stefanik Attacks Dems For Calling Her A White Supremacist

By Charles Susswein | Thursday, 19 May 2022 19:25
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Elise Stefanik defended herself against smears, insisting she is somehow accountable for supposedly stoking the “great replacement” conspiracy theory cited in the Buffalo mass shooter’s 180-page manifesto.

On Monday, the New York representative, the No. 3 GOP lawmaker in the House, called the allegations by media and adversaries “disgraceful, dishonest and dangerous.”

The woman she replaced for GOP Conference Chairwoman, Liz Cheney, is claiming that Republican leadership is contributing to the enabling of radical White supremacist views on the far-Right.

“Any implication or attempt to blame the heinous shooting in Buffalo on the Congresswoman is a new disgusting low for the Left, their Never Trump allies, and the sycophant stenographers in the media,” Stefanik’s Senior Advisor Alex DeGrasse announced in a statement on Monday.

He went on: “Despite sickening and false reporting, Congresswoman Stefanik has never advocated for any racist position or made a racist statement.”

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Stefanik and other Republican lawmakers have previously come under fire for repeating the “great replacement” theory, a conspiracy that politicians are trying to wipe out White Americans by “replacing” them with immigrants.

Payton Gendron, 18, opened fire at a Tops supermarket in Buffalo, New York, on Saturday, murdering 10 and wounding another three. Of the 13 people shot, 11 were Black, and two were White.

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The shooter’s 180-page manifesto references the “great replacement” theory as he spewed racist and anti-Semitic sentiments.

Some think that Stefanik and others have promoted this conspiracy theory because of their pro-national security and anti-illegal immigrant sentiments and rhetoric amid record-setting migration numbers in the last year-and-a-half. Stefanik tweeted Monday regarding the matter, which Republican colleagues Adam Kinzinger of Illinois insisted was poorly timed.

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“Democrats desperately want wide open borders and mass amnesty for illegals allowing them to vote,” Stefanik tweeted as the nation braces for the end of Title 42, and numbers issued this week could show another increase in illegal encounters.

“Like the vast majority of Americans, Republicans want to secure our borders and protect election integrity,” Stefanik continued.

Kinzinger replied to the tweet with: “Badly timed.”

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Joining Cheney, Kinzinger is one of the two Republicans on the Democrat-led panel investigating the January 6 Capitol riot – including accusations that Trump’s rhetoric led to the attack.

Stefanik issued a statement denouncing the massacre on Monday, along with her senior adviser’s statement defending the congresswoman and bashing those critical of her allegedly pushing the theory with anti-immigration sentiments.

“As a New Yorker, I am praying for the entire community and loved ones,” Stefanik announced after the shooting. “It is a tragic reminder as we begin National Police Week that we must particularly thank and honor our law enforcement and first responders who continue to face skyrocketing violent crimes across the nation.”

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