Peter Thiel’s New Right puppet Blake Masters, the GQP Senate candidate endorsed by failed coup d’etat leader Donald Trump, has also been endorsed by the founder of the Nazi Daily Stormer:

One of the internet’s most notorious neo-Nazis has joined Donald Trump in endorsing Arizona candidate Blake Masters (right) for the U.S. Senate.


Andrew Anglin (above), who publishes the hate site Daily Stormer, announced his endorsement of Masters in a blog post that also expressed support for Trump-endorsed Ohio Senate candidate J.D. Vance, another GOP candidate bankrolled by billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel, reported Jewish Insider.

“I cannot give a more forceful endorsement, and I demand that anyone in Arizona (who is not some kind of known neo-Nazi or whatever) get in contact with his campaign and see what kind of help he needs,” Anglin wrote in the June 9 entry. “This is exactly the kind of man this country needs.”

The 37-year-old Anglin, an outspoken admirer of Adolf Hitler and an early Trump supporter, has gone into hiding since helping to orchestrate the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and he has struggled to keep his operation online while evading lawsuits related to various harassment campaigns he allegedly provoked.

“Anglin habitually uses The Daily Stormer to celebrate and encourage right-wing political violence,” said journalist Luke O’Brien, who has written extensively about the neo-Nazi influencer. “He has a tepid blanket disclaimer on the front page of his site in an attempt to create legal cover for himself.”

Masters refers to himself as a “nationalist” and approvingly quoted Nazi leader Hermann Goering in a 2006 online essay, and he has expressed agreement with the white nationalist “great replacement theory” and blamed gun violence on “Black people, frankly,” so Anglin’s endorsement is somewhat unsurprising.

“White supremacists like Anglin have long telegraphed their desire to occupy our institutions, and the fastest way to get there is through political campaigns,” said Michael Edison Hayden, a senior investigative reporter and spokesperson for the Southern Poverty Law Center. “He apparently sees an ally in Masters. I’d be very curious to see whether Masters will make any effort to disavow him.”

The Masters campaign did not respond to a request for comment, but O’Brien said Anglin has worked directly with Thiel associates in the past, including entrepreneur Jeff Giesea, who has collaborated with Daily Stormer associate Andrew “Weev” Auernheimer and others associated with the site.

“Peter Thiel’s losing streak is up,” Anglin wrote. “I don’t agree with everything the man endorses, and I don’t think he agrees with everything he endorses, but JD Vance and Blake Masters are going to change the entire game.”

“Masters is better than Vance, frankly,” he added. “[He is] married to a white women [sic] with sons despite some possibly questionable mannerisms.”

What about his puppet master, Peter Thiel, you piece of shit Nazi? ‘I Am Proud To Be Gay,’ Tech Investor Peter Thiel Tells GOP Convention:Peter Thiel, a [2016] Republican convention speaker took the stage during the final, most high-profile night, just minutes before the nominee himself, and uttered these words: “I am proud to be gay.” “Thiel is also “the most prominent public face of a species so endangered it might as well be called extinct: the Silicon Valley Trump supporter” — and at that, an openly gay one.”

As Roger Sollenberger writes, Blake Masters’ Views on Gay Marriage May Surprise His Political Master Peter Thiel:

Republican senatorial candidate Blake Masters enjoys the financial and political support of his longtime friend, mentor, and billionaire business partner Peter Thiel, who is gay. But Masters, who attended Thiel’s wedding, also apparently believes Thiel’s marriage should be illegal.

“It’s not just Disney, you know—‘follow your heart,’” Masters said at a campaign event earlier this year. “It has a point.”

That “point,” he said, is making children. And since there’s no procreation within same-sex marriages, Masters reasoned, those unions don’t have a point—and therefore should be banned.

Question: Should a heterosexual couple, one or both of whom are infertile, have their marriage annulled because they cannot produce children? Or how about older couples who decide to marry when the woman has had a hysterectomy or is otherwise past childbearing age? Should their marriage be annulled because they cannot produce children?  I’ll bet a number of the gray hairs in this Republican audience fell into this category:

Masters, 34, shared this perspective in February with an audience at a Republican Women’s Club event in San Tan Valley, Arizona, where he’s running for Senate. The 2015 Supreme Court decision that legalized gay marriage, he told this group, amounted to “squinting and making up so-called rights in the Constitution.”

“The Supreme Court should not be deciding gay marriage. If this country wanted to legalize gay marriage or recognize it, what you would do is you would have a Constitutional amendment. It’s supposed to be hard. It’s supposed to be hard for a reason,” he said. “Frankly, the Supreme Court just squinting and making up so-called rights in the Constitution—the right to privacy that was for abortion, the right to gay marriage—I disagree with that.”

But of course someone from Big Tech doesn’t believe in privacy rights. Big Tech violates your privacy rights every day by collecting all of your online data and marketing it to advertisers, and reportedly providing it to government spy agencies around the world, for a profit.

Masters then pivoted to Thiel’s wedding for a real-world example, saying “I wish him well,” while in the next breath declaring that Thiel’s marriage should be against the law.

“My, you know, former boss and mentor Peter Thiel is gay. I went to his wedding like, you know, I’m—it was great, I wish him well. I don’t think the Supreme Court should have decided that case that way,” Masters said. He added that while he doesn’t think gay marriage is “the live issue right now,” he believes “marriage is between a man and a woman.”

Although same-sex marriage may not have been a “live issue” at the time of that event, it certainly grew into one three months later, when the public got a preview of what last week became the momentous Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

Oh, its a live issue now, thanks to Clarence Thomas.

Roe isn’t the only precedent established on [substantive due process] grounds; other major decisions share a similar legal structure, including Obergefell v. Hodges, the case that secured the right for gay people to get married.

While the majority of the SCOTUS conservatives parried those concerns, Justice Clarence Thomas stated plainly in his opinion that the Court “should reconsider” all similar due process precedents, calling Obergefellout by name.

[T]hiel’s marriage, in Masters’ view, would seem to have no point.

It’s unclear how this squares with the “great” wedding Masters attended between Thiel and his now husband, Matt Danzeisen.

[At] the time, Masters was CFO of Thiel Capital Management, making him a colleague not just of Thiel, but also of Danzeisen, who worked there as a portfolio manager. Thiel had taken Masters under his wing a decade ago, and last year poured $10 million into backing the candidacy of his protege—who frequently plugged his then boss’ technology on the campaign trail.

Masters eventually resigned from Thiel Capital this spring amid ethical concerns. He scored former President Donald Trump’s endorsement earlier this month.

And Peter Thiel put $10 million of his money into Blake Master campaign. Peter Thiel makes $10M bet on associate in Arizona Senate race.

This is how Blake Masters thanks him? “Your marriage is an abomination and should be illegal”?

UPDATE: Some more creepy Dudes endorsing Blake Masters today. Winklevoss Twins Team Up With Peter Thiel To Support Arizona Senate Candidate Blake Masters:

Peter Thiel isn’t the only billionaire supporting Arizona Senate hopeful Blake Masters. Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the 6-foot-5-inch twins who parlayed a $65 million settlement with Mark Zuckerberg into a multibillion-dollar cryptocurrency kingdom, have donated $50,000 apiece. Texas banker Andrew Beal also threw in $75,000.

No, it’s not much money compared to the $10 million Thiel contributed in 2021 or the $3.5 million he reportedly added in May. But nonetheless, the Winklevoss and Beal donations show that Masters has managed to impress some billionaires beyond Thiel, his former boss.

All four billionaires put their money into a group called Saving America PAC, which operates as a super PAC, meaning it can spend money on ads supporting Masters — or opposing his competitors — but cannot coordinate directly with his campaign. Saving America had raised $10.6 million as of March, according to the most recent filings with the Federal Election Commission. Ninety-six percent of that money came from Thiel, Beal and the Winklevii.

Do we really want White Nationalist – Neo-Nazi – Big Tech Billionaires deciding who our senator should be? Or insurrectionist failed coup d’etat leader Donald Trump? These guys are a malignant cancer in the American body politic. This country is in desperate need of a cancer treatment.


Are you also going to reject all the support you get fron the “New Right” (Neo Fascist) Tech billionaires, puppet boy?