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A TX GOP Candidate Won’t Fire White Nationalist Staffer Because That Would be ‘Cancel Culture’

A TX GOP Candidate Won’t Fire White Nationalist Staffer Because That Would be ‘Cancel Culture’

Republicans are currently obsessed with the topic of cancel culture. For most of them, this means that people they like won’t face the consequences for their words or actions.

DALLAS, TX – FEBRUARY 29: Texas State Sen Don Huffines speaks at a rally by Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) at Galley’s Dallas the day before Super Tuesday February 29, 2016 in Dallas, Texas. Candidates have spread themselves out over the U.S. in the lead up to Super Tuesday where twelve states will hold primary voting. (Photo by Stewart F. House/Getty Images)

Don Huffines is a former Texas state senator is seeking to unseat Governor Greg Abbott in the Republican primary. It was recently revealed that one of his staffers is a white nationalist. Huffines won’t fire him, though, because the candidate says that would mean participating in cancel culture.

In a 2020 YouTube appearance Jake Lloyd Colglazier said he wanted to, “restore historical American culture” by “maintaining a supermajority of the original stock of the United States, and maintaining a homogeneity.”

When asked about the comments, Huffines replied, “If I were to go through the social media history of any young Texan I would find something I disagree with. My campaign will not participate in cancel culture.”

Watch a clip of the comments from Colglazier below:

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