The Miami Herald Endorses Spic Alien Abductee for Congress – And So Does the Stormer

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
August 22, 2018

Don’t listen to this sneering Jew – this story seems 100% legit.

While I would normally endorse a politician based on their policies, personalities and past achievements, in this case I’m forced to make an exception.

The endorsement comes from on high – and who am I to argue with that?

Washington Post:

“We realize that Rodriguez Aguilera is an unusual candidate.”

So conceded a Miami Herald editorial endorsing a candidate who once claimed that majestic, blond extraterrestrial beings kidnapped her when she was 7.

Nordic aliens are no joke.

Aryan ubermensch from the Pleiades are definitely real – allegedly.

These are White people from a different star system who solved their own Jewish problems, and set out to explore the universe and help along other White people throughout the multiverse.

The only plausible reason why they would have contacted this woman was to telepathically program her to perform some task to help us get rid of Jews and raise our civilization to the next level.

We need to get out of the way and allow this woman to fulfill her benevolent alien mission.

And, I believe, the people at the Miami Herald have the same idea. That’s the only reason they would have endorsed her run for congress.

Years before Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera announced her bid to replace one of the most influential Cuban Americans in Congress, she appeared on Spanish-language television programs and talked about her alien experience. She saw three beings — two women and a man — she said. They were tall and full-figured. They spoke to her telepathically. They took her on board the spaceship, and inside, she saw round seats.

This is the rundown on Nordic aliens.

People have met these brave aliens many times.

They have much to teach us.

But editorial page editor Nancy Ancrum said she does not believe that Rodriguez Aguilera’s beliefs or past experiences have influenced her ability to become an effective public servant. Rodriguez Aguilera, who is running in the Republican primary for a South Florida congressional district, has the heftiest résumé of all the candidates in that race the editorial board interviewed, Ancrum said.

“Here’s why we chose her: She’s not crazy,” Ancrum told The Washington Post, adding later: “We chose not to see her as a two-dimensional figure. And we chose not to make that an overriding concern. We’re more thoughtful than that.”

“Here’s why we chose her: She’s not crazy.”

Lol.

The absolute state of American politics.

This is only the Herald being coy, of course. The real reason is that they support her Nordic alien-sponsored agenda to make the Earth White again.

In its editorial published Sunday, nine days before the primary election, the board said it agreed with Rodriguez Aguilera that her past comments about extraterrestrial beings are a “non-issue.” She is a “strong candidate” with “plausible conservative ideas” who has a solid background as a former city official and a business executive, the board wrote.

Honestly, we need more politicians who are in contact with genocidal anti-Semitic Aryan extra-terrestrials. That goes without saying.

Wait, is that – Richard Nixon? It looks like Richard Nixon.

It’s pretty much a guarantee that any alien evolved enough to leave their planet and explore the galaxy will have wiped out their local version of the Jews before doing so.

So there’s no shame in learning from our elders.

And that’s why the Stormer officially endorses Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera for congress.

(Note: j/k don’t vote for that insane woman, lol)

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