Tila Tequila Celebrates With Neo-Nazis After Donald Trump’s Victory

Tila Tequila, a known Trump supporter, was recently spotted joining a group of white nationalists in Washington, DC who were reportedly celebrating the rise to power of President-elect Donald J. Trump.
White-supremacist group National Policy Institute, headed by its president Richard Spencer, hosted the conference on Saturday in the atrium of the Ronald Reagan Building, the Daily Beast reported.
Former MTV reality-starlet Tila Tequila, was reportedly there to support Spencer along with professional troll Chuck C. Johnson. The Vietnamese-American, Singapore-born, Hitler-sympathizer posted a tweet posing with her racist friends with a caption misspelling the word “sieg.”
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“I went full circle from the liberal stuff, and all that…I wouldn’t want my daughter growing up in that,” Tequila told The Daily Beast in an interview.
“I’m becoming more conservative ever since I became a mother,” she explained. “I wouldn’t want porn all over the internet [for instance]…Law and order, I think that’s very important to have. Most people are so used to being all about their ‘freedom,’ so they becomes these little crybabies. They can’t live by laws and rules. Civilization needs to be civilized.”
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Tequila has received attention and criticism for her support of Hitler, as well as antisemitic and white nationalist comments in recent years.
Asked about her recent fascination with the alt-right, she admitted that it was brought about by all the “creative” memes.
“Honestly, I think that the meme-warring, I think it’s very refreshing,” she said. “I’ve never seen anything like that in any [other] group. They are very creative, that is very important to have for the children. Creativity, and art, and magic… and humor! [The alt-right] adds a little humor to it, which is good… And I think that’s why I’m also invited here because I bring a little bit more diversity to the movement.”
And bring diversity, she did as the attendees of the conference were mostly white men toting their Make America Great Again hats while occasionally making the Sieg Heil! Salutes for the cameras.
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