Former Trump aide Garrett Ziegler throws racist, sexist temper tantrum after Jan. 6 interview

Former Trump aide Garrett Ziegler throws racist, sexist temper tantrum after Jan. 6 interview

July 23, 2022 0 By Ellen Novack

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In the video, Ziegler went on to say, “They see me as a young Christian who they can try to basically scare, right? And so, today was just a lot of saying that I invoke my right to silence.”

He then uttered the words every racist in the world babbles at some point: Ziegler’s “the least racist person that many of you have ever met, by the way.” We can rest assured this is true because he also said, “I have no bigotry.”

Then for some unknown reason, Ziegler goes off on a tirade about his former co-workers Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to ex-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows; and Alyssa Farah Griffin, an ex-White House communications director, calling them both “hoes and thots.”

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Hutchinson, 25, testified before the House committee in early July, detailing among other things how Trump was so irate when the Secret Service refused to take him to the Capitol on Jan. 6 that he lunged at the agent and attempted to grab the steering wheel.

According to a post on social media from Ben Lorber, Ziegler was listed as a “special guest” at the America First Foundation Political Action Conference III (AFPAC) in February—a conference hosted by its president and founder, Nick Fuentes.

Fuentes, a known white nationalist, is described by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as “a white nationalist live streamer who advocates pulling the Republican Party further to the extreme far-right end of the political spectrum.”

Fuentes was also subpoenaed by the Jan. 6 committee in January 2022. The committee has alleged that Fuentes has had roles in “Stop the Steal” rallies across the nation. He never entered the Capitol on Jan. 6, but according to the SPLC, he “wore a VIP badge to Trump’s speech and addressed supporters outside the Capitol building during the insurrection.”  



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