GOP Establishment’s Meltdown over Marion Le Pen Invitation to CPAC

GOP Establishment’s Meltdown over Marion Le Pen Invitation to CPAC

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In spite of the meltdown by GOP elites over Marine LePen’s invitation to speak Thursday morning at CPAC, I am looking forward to hearing this amazing woman.  Of course, those who disapprove of LePen speaking at this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) are NeverTrumpers still smarting over the fact that Donald Trump wiped the floor with NeverTrumper/swamp critter Evan McMullin and Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.

Breitbart London by Chris Tomlinson

American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp was slammed by establishment figures Monday evening after the announcement that Ms. Le Pen would be giving a brief speech at CPAC on Thursday morning.

Schlapp defended the invitation against several media personalities like never-Trumper and senior editor of National Review Jonah Goldberg who accused Ms. Le Pen of being a “statist”.

Goldberg compared Ms. Le Pen to her grandfather and former Front National leader Jean-Marie Le Pen, and her “mom” which is possibly a reference to current FN leader and former presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, who is actually her aunt.

Others, like the “Reagan Battalion” Twitter account, labelled Ms. Le Pen a “French National Socialist” saying she “supports tax hikes” like far-left Democrats Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren[…]

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