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Charlie Kirk Disputes That Swastika-Flag-Carrying Demonstrators Outside Turning Point USA Event Were Neo-Nazis

Charlie Kirk Disputes That Swastika-Flag-Carrying Demonstrators Outside Turning Point USA Event Were Neo-Nazis

Turning Point USA sent a cease & desist letter to the cast of The View, asking them to clarify to their audience that the demonstrators outside their Student Action Summit, including those who carried swastika flags, were not associated with the eevnt or the organization, were not invited or condoned, and in fact, that the organization’s security team ried to make them leave, but was unable because the demonstrators were on public property.

TAMPA, FLORIDA – JULY 22: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis walks off stage after speaking during the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit held at the Tampa Convention Center on July 22, 2022 in Tampa, Florida. The event features student activism and leadership training, and a chance to participate in a series of networking events with political leaders. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Despite all this, founder Charlie Kirk is also claiming that the crowd may not have been real neo-Nazis at all, but paid Democratic operatives, apparently trying to make the organization look bad — while inside, Marjorie Taylor Greene advocatd for Christian Nationalism, and Matt Gaetz said that pro-choice women were too ugly to impregnate.

However, even as he argues that the demonstrators could be Democratic plants, he also threatens to sue The View for “smear[ing] minors as Nazis.”

It’s not clear if Kirk is claiming that any individual has been accused of Nazism, or if he’s just lashing out about coverage of the swastika flags.

However, he also claims that he plans to investigate and uncover the truth about exactly who the demonstrators were, and why they showed up at his organization’s event.

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In fact, he’s teaming up with the film producer behind the ‘documentary’ 2000 Mules — Dinesh D’Souza’s film airing his conspiracy theories and feelings about the 2020 election, which D’Souza has complained that even Fox News won’t air.

The crowd outside Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit reportedly included protestors across te political spectrum. In addition to those carrying Nazi flags were pro-choice protestors, and others handing out anti-abortion and antisemitic literature.

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