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A Virginia Republican who lost his Senate primary bid earlier this year is alleging that white nationalist Jason Kessler, who is planning an anniversary “Unite the Right” rally in Washington D.C. this weekend, left an offensive voicemail message for his Senate campaign staffers following his defeat.
State Del. Nick Freitas (R), who was defeated by Corey Stewart (R) in the state’s Republican primary by a narrow margin in June, shared audio on Twitter Saturday that he says was left on his campaign’s voicemail system after his loss.
The article goes on to state the following:
In the 15-second clip, a man identifying himself as Jason Kessler congratulates Freitas on his defeat, before calling him an “open-borders, left-wing, Antifa-loving f-ggot.”
In an accompanying tweet, Freitas declares he has “never been so proud, to be so hated, by someone so ignorant.”
Kessler is expected to be in Washington, D.C., this weekend for the second “Unite the Right” gathering of white nationalists and other far-right groups.
Shortly after the Senate campaign, Jason Kessler, organizer of the racist rally in Charlottesville, national socialist and walking advertisement against inbreeding, called the campaign and left this message.
I’ve never been so proud, to be so hated, by someone so ignorant. pic.twitter.com/0mHf3Qt0dQ
— Nick Freitas (@NickForVA) August 11, 2018
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