A fascinating hit piece in the Washington Post accuses Florida gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis of attending “racially charged” conferences.
A Ku Klux Klan convention? A Neo-Nazi confab? Perhaps some white supremacist meeting complete with secret handshakes and code words?
Nope. The authors are accusing one of the leading public intellectuals on the right, David Horowitz, of sponsoring “racially charged” conferences, specifically Horowitz’s “Restoration Weekend” meetings that feature leading conservative thinkers and opinion-makers.
Observe the casual nature of the article’s smears – as if it is a given that their definition of “racially charged” has any meaning in any context outside partisan political hackery.
The Freedom Center covered DeSantis’s expenses for the 2017 conference at a luxury resort in Palm Beach, according to disclosure forms he filed as a member of Congress.
Fellow speakers included a former Google engineer who was fired after arguing that “biological causes” in part explain why there are relatively few women working in tech and leadership; a critic of multiculturalism who has written that “Europe is committing suicide” by welcoming large numbers of refugees and immigrants […]
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