James Allsup

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James Allsup is an American​ student at Washington State University​ studying Political science​. He is the campaign manager for Students for Trump​ and considered to be one of the major organizers for the Alt right​ and a close collaborator of Baked Alaska​.

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James Allsup has resigned after he attended the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Washington State University student James Allsup, who was recently outed as a participant in the ?Unite the Right? rally in Charlottesville on August 12, stepped down from his position as the school?s College Republicans club president on Monday. On Twitter, Allsup, who claimed he attended the rally in a media capacity, wrote that his resignation was ?already in [the] works? before the rally and that it was his decision to ?expedite? the process. "WSU CRs...
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Michael talks with #UniteTheRight with scheduled speaker James Allsup. Plus, Josh Yasmeh, Aaron Bandler, and Amanda Presitigiacomo join the Panel of Deplorables to discuss Kim Jong Un backing down, Iceland?s Down Syndrome genocide, and the most liked tweet in history.
After white nationalists marched on the university of Virginia during the ?Unite the Right? rally on Saturday night, Twitter user @YesYoureRacist began identifying some of the men pictured in photos from the event. One of those identified was Washington State University political science student James Allsup, who was pictured among the crowd of white men armed with tiki torches. During an interview with Spokane news station KREM, Allsup maintained that he attended the Charlottesville rally...
Peter Cvjetanovic, Cole White and James Allsup were identified as attending the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville by a Twitter page called "Yes, You're racist" - a charge the men who've spoken to the media deny.
The former president of the Washington State University College Republicans says he resigned this week because he didn?t want to be a distraction for the group, not because he did anything wrong in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend.
Alt-right protesters and counter-protesters left the scene covered in blood, usually as a result from vicious head wounds.


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