Nick Fuentes Crashes CPAC Chanting 'America First' and 'White Boy Summer,' Gets Kicked Out

White nationalist organizer Nick Fuentes stormed the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas, with a crowd of followers on Saturday. Officials promptly removed Fuentes from the event after the group's organized stunt.

"Should we try to walk into CPAC?" Fuentes said in a video before entering the building. "It is America. Well, I'm an American and I've been canceled so I think I'm going into CPAC."

He then walked through the doors followed by his supporters, chanting "America First" and "white boy summer."

The controversial figure, who has previously described himself as an "American nationalist" and a "paleo-conservative," was permanently suspended from Twitter on Friday. Fuentes is also banned from YouTube, Twitch, TikTok, Spotify, Venmo and Reddit.

A Twitter spokesperson told Newsweek that the decision was made due to "repeated violations" of the platform's rules.

Nick Fuentes and his white nationalist clowns crash CPAC. pic.twitter.com/5jRRHc5znS

— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) July 10, 2021

In the hours leading to his Twitter ban, Fuentes tweeted about his plans to crash the conservative event in Texas. "Most likely, I'll be getting physically removed from CPAC in Dallas on Saturday," he bragged in one of his final tweets.

Fuentes has been hosting his own competing events to CPAC events since 2019 in efforts to disrupt and embarrass "mainstream" conservatives. In February, Fuentes was denied entry to the CPAC in Florida as he attempted to crash the event with a group of about 25 supporters.

Security removed Fuentes from the Dallas CPAC on Saturday after he harassed a Salon reporter. Prior to leaving the building, he vowed to "give the most unchained speech ever" across the street from the event in the evening.

Nick Fuentes CPAC Dallas crashes white nationalist
White nationalist Nick Fuentes crashed CPAC in Dallas on Saturday and was promptly removed from the event by security. William Edwards/Getty Images

"I'm off Twitter, I have nothing to lose. This is going to be the most racist, sexist, anti-Semitic, Holocaust-denying speech in all of Dallas this weekend," he said, as a small group of supporters around him cheered.

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) accused Fuentes of making "numerous antisemitic and racist comments" in a Thursday article published on its blog. He has also been labeled a "white-nationalist organizer" by the Southern Poverty Law Center and referred to as a white supremacist in an FBI court filing.

In recent years, Fuentes has denied the Holocaust, railed against interracial marriage, opposed immigration and indicated support for segregation. In 2017, he attended the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a young woman was killed by a neo-Nazi. Fuentes later called the event "incredible" on Facebook. He recently sparked further controversy after praising the January 6 Capitol riot.

Newsweek reached out to the American Conservative Union, which puts on CPAC, for comment. This story will be updated with any response.