Last December, in a Florida hotel room just three miles from President Donald Trump’s “Winter White House,” a policy advisor for the Trump-tied nonprofit America First Policies praised Nazis and expressed disappointment that they didn’t “keep fucking going.”
Juan Pablo Andrade voiced his love for the Third Reich — in a video obtained by Mediaite — while attending a Turning Point USA conference, which is a youth conservative organization, endorsed by everyone from Trump to Senator Marco Rubio, known as much for racism as it is for diaper-wearing.
The organization — founded by Charlie Kirk and in the news recently because one of its members received Twitter shoutouts from Kanye West and Trump – held its 2017 annual activism summit in West Palm Beach, Florida, a stone’s throw from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.
Andrade, aside from his work for the pro-Trump America First group, has quite the resume. Per his LinkedIn account, he worked on Trump’s National Hispanic Advisory Council, Trump’s National Diversity Coalition and the Trump campaign as a surrogate. He writes for The Hill as an opinion contributor and has shared his political opinions on NewsmaxTV, CNN Latino, and Univision.
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— Mediaite (@Mediaite) May 10, 2018
— Ben Mathis-Lilley (@BenMathisLilley) May 10, 2018
Andrade also mocks the murder of Heather Heyer in the recordings. https://t.co/wDPwOEUkcQ
— Randall Judt (@randalljudt) May 10, 2018
Your name is Juan Pablo Andrade. If Nazis kept going, you’d be on the list, too, dummy. https://t.co/NMZdlhBn7H
— Matt Ortega (@MattOrtega) May 10, 2018