A former RNC communications director just showed off her racism with disgusting rant about Hispanics

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The #NeverTrump conservatives, centrist liberals, and the mainstream media love to pretend that there’s such a thing as a “good” and “principled” Republican who doesn’t secretly harbor weird racial prejudices and is simply devoted to the fictitious principles of “fiscal responsibility.”

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Thankfully, you can always count on said principled Republicans to reveal their true colors entirely on their own volition.

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Former RNC online communications director Liz Mair, who worked to help elect big GOP names like Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MI) and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, started a firestorm on social media this morning when she tweeted this utterly bizarre and repulsively offensive nonsense:

What she’s exactly trying to say here is unclear, but it appears she’s saying that some Hispanics are so ugly they resemble Mongolians, and therefore she doesn’t realize that she could communicate with them in Spanish?

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The caveat “I’m cool with Spanish” is as transparently insincere as the now-infamous “I’m not racist, but…” because she’s complaining about Hispanic people not meeting the physical stereotype of a “Hispanic person” that Mair has built in her head.

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“Hispanic” is an identity as much as it is an ethnicity, and her complaints about “Mongolian-looking Hispanics” smack of phrenological racism — not to mention her choice of “Mongolian,” which is suspiciously close to the archaic racial slur “mongoloid,” used to describe Asiatic peoples.

While the NeverTrumpers and “Principled Republicans” love to pretend they’re somehow morally superior to the hooting and baying wall-worshipping MAGA chuds, you can be sure they’re going to tell on themselves sooner or later.

The rest of Twitter immediately pounced on Mair, barraging her with nearly 2,000 angry replies in just two hours. Here’s a collection of the best responses:

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Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.

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