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‘Dictatorial kingship’: Trump supporter Stew Peters calls for absolute monarchy

Stew Peters, a far-right supporter of former President Donald Trump supporter and conspiracy theorist with hundreds of thousands of followers, said on social media Monday that America should abandon democracy.

“I am in favor of the installation of a monarchy,” Peters posted. “A dictatorial kingship that will reintroduce normalcy, Christian values and the RULE OF LAW. A system that will indict, try and FRY convicted war criminals and pedophiles. A power that will secure the borders of our country, and consider AMERICA FIRST in every decision that it faces. This is the way.”

Trump faced backlash late last year when he publicly quipped he would be a dictator on “day one” if re-elected to the White House.

In recent weeks, many of his supporters have suggested they might not accept the 2024 presidential election results if Trump loses.

Peters followed up later with another post. “Elections are fake,” he wrote. “The idea of a two-party constitutional republic is fake. Congress is fake. Our entire system of government has been an illusion for the American people to believe they live under some sort of ‘democracy’. It’s ALL FAKE. There is no political solution for the current state of affairs in this country. You are not going to vote your way out of a tyrannical overtaking. We don’t need any more political candidates. What this country needs is another William Wallace.”

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Peters, a former Minnesota-based rapper and bounty hunter who is followed on social media by a number of Republican lawmakers, has become known for his conspiracy theory-laden rants.

He was behind the movies, “Died Suddenly,” which claims the COVID vaccine has triggered mass deaths, and a sequel called “Final Days” which states COVID itself was a bioweapon made to reprogram humanity for Satanic purposes. He has promoted a string of antisemitic conspiracy theories and even the idea that the Earth is flat.

He has also called for violent reprisals against those he opposes.

Last September, he reportedly called for the execution of President Joe Biden’s son Hunter at ReAwaken America, a far-right Christian nationalist rally held by Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

The following month, he said on a stream that Catholic charity workers who help migrants with their asylum requests should be shot.

Source: Raw Story – Celebrating 20 Years of Independent Journalism

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