However, besides adult diaper awareness, Turning Point USA was recently accused of illegal campaign activity and racial bias. Because Turning Point is a 501(c)3, the group is not required to disclose its donors, and they're also not allowed to endorse candidates, which gets tricky when that's basically all you do.
later that night:— BAKOON (@BAKKOOONN) July 26, 2017
TUCKER CARLSON- "why do loony academic libs hate the classic diaper"
PAUL PRISON PLANET-"im wearing six diapers r u mad"
Former employees say that they were directed to work with prominent conservatives, including the wife of the Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, in aid of Republican Presidential candidates in 2016. Perhaps most troubling for an organization that holds up conservatives as the real victims of discrimination in America, Turning Point USA is also alleged to have fostered an atmosphere that is hostile to minorities. Screenshots provided to me by a source show that Crystal Clanton, who served until last summer as the group’s national field director, sent a text message to another Turning Point employee saying, “i hate black people. Like fuck them all . . . I hate blacks. End of story.”Obviously, Kirk's appearances are controversial. Just a few days ago, as anti-fascist protesters gathered outside his latest speaking event at Colorado State University, chanting neo-Nazis wielding large flashlights, bats and shields stormed the crowd, resulting in a dispersal order from the CSU police. No arrests were made.
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