It’s official — the media runs the Republican Party of Texas.
The Republican Party of Texas has fired a staffer after learning about a series of social media posts he made, including one that places him in a crowd of people steps outside the U.S. Capitol last month on the same day that a mob of former President Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the building.
The staffer, field organizer Kevin Whitt, has also published video of himself arguing with an employee of a Washington, D.C., pizzeria over the “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory and has defended the Proud Boys, the far-right nationalist group.
Less than two hours after The Texas Tribune contacted the Texas GOP about Whitt on Monday afternoon, the party said it had fired him.
“Information has come to light of some troubling video of one of our former employees,” party spokesperson Luke Twombly said in a statement to the Tribune. “Due to this footage, we terminated our relationship.”
He posted a video of himself arguing with someone.
It was “troubling” in a way that’s not clear.
The leftist media complains to the GOP they don’t like the videos.
He’s instantly fired via email.
You can feel the bravado, and even a small hint of surprise when the Tribune reports on the ease at which they were able to dictate the actions of the GOP. They called up, said you should fire this guy because we don’t like this post, and minutes later their wish is Allen West’s command.
This is at least the second time this has happened in the last month.
This is what a press-controlled-state looks like.
Perhaps the Tribune, or maybe our good friends at Living Blue could help us out?
We need you to scour the internet and find if any GOP precinct chairs “liked” Kevin Witts posts. And to our readers, report anyone who votes Republican and who made any comments that are anything less than complete condemnation in regards to January 6th so they can be denounced and disavowed personally by Allen West.
The GOP is looking for tips of “troubling” posts. Please email your tips to Kyle Whatley.
This is a great and glorious mission. We must purge all the people who have posted anything the Texas Tribune finds troubling.
Look, Kevin Whitt did nothing wrong. Kevin Whitt is a Patriot, with a capital P, who is out there on the streets, fighting to rally support for the cause of fighting against the “progressive socialists” which is a gay and inneffective term, frankly.
After fighting for many years in the military for Israel in the Middle East claiming he was defending the American constitution, Allen West is now fighting for conservative principles by canceling conservative activists who post videos of themselves arguing with pizza store managers.
We are about to have a legislative session in Austin where none of the GOP priorities go anywhere, everybody knows it, and yet we are tripping over ourselves to do what the Texas Tribune is demanding?
We continue to throw all of our most dedicated people under the bus at the behest of a media who hate us. This is bizarre. This is not the leadership I voted for.
If the same standards were applied to West, the case would be made that his “union of states” comment was a call to violence and he would have been removed.
Dickey lost my support when he started torching people below him and ignoring the people doing wrong with more power. The left calls this “punching down.”
How many people have committed suicide over their lives being destroyed because of the virus lockdown hoax and the actions taken by our Republican-controlled government? And we are firing people over social media posts?
What we should be doing is firing some of these legislators by kicking them out of the party for what they’ve done. Not going after the people who are trying to change things.
Hopefully the GOP collapses and goes away so we can “build back better.”