Last week, newly-formed political organizing group Republicans for National Renewal (RNR) brought an international flare to the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Md. located in suburban Washington D.C.
Italian MEP Paolo Borchia, Swedish MP Tobias Andersson, and Brazilian Federal Deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro discussed international affairs on a panel hosted by journalist Shane Trejo, a regular contributor with The Schpiel.
The panel discussed the best ways to defeat political correctness, the importance of social and cultural issues within right-wing politics, and the need to embrace bold populism rather than weak centrism to move the conservative movement in America forward to absolute victory.
“We wanted the international political leaders to come in to America to show us how we can defeat the establishment,” said RNR Political Director Taylor James, a veteran political activist based out of Kentucky.
“We have Trump, but that is not enough. We need to turn the Republican Party into a consistent and effective vessel to promote populist nationalism, and that requires more than just a charismatic figurehead to do. We need to accomplish that from the bottom-up, and that’s what our organization aims to do,” James added.
The event also hosted a national panel hosted by freelance journalist and former Congressional candidate Pete D’Abrosca with former US Senate candidate Corey Stewart, Congressman Paul Gosar of Arizona, and National Pulse editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam. RNR Legislative Director Mark Ivanyo, a Texas-based attorney and committed patriot, hosted the event and introduced the participants of both panels.
“The grand old party desperately needs a makeover. We intend to promote the best ideas with our scorecard, to hold lawmakers to an “America First” standard rather than just fidelity to market corporatism,” Ivanyo said.
The RNR “America First” Congressional scorecard can be accessed here. The organization is expected to hold their next major event at the Republican National Convention, which takes place from Aug. 24-27 in Charlotte, NC.