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Recently on MSNBC, Political strategist Susan Del Percio disgustingly accused the GOP of embracing “neo-fascism,” and said that it needed to be burned down and rebuilt.

According to Breitbart, Del Percio stated, “You talked about fascism early on. Really, I’ve been looking for a new word for ‘Trumpism’ because I hate it because I think it goes deeper than just Donald Trump within the Republican Party. And I keep coming back to the same name. It’s neofascism. Forget Trumpism. It’s neo-fascism. That’s what the grassroots of the party looks like right now.”

Then when discussing Allen West running against Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) in 2022, Del Percio added, “In some ways, in a really weird way, people who believe in democracy, you know, normal Republicans and Democrats and Independents, they should be almost happy Allen West is running. Why? Because he may win. If he wins, he will be a very weak challenger to whoever the Democrats put up. We are seeing these really ultra-right-wing candidates being put up by Republican Party. Not just in Texas but in Ohio and other places in these congressional seats. The wackiest of wackies are going to win the Republican primary, but they’re going to lose in general elections. That may not just help Democrats, but it will help the Republican Party in a way because it will burn it down. Maybe not in 2022 or 2024, but after enough losses, we can see maybe normal returning because those neofascists will be out of the party.”

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