Nick Fuentes says Missouri Republicans’ House dress code for women should be implemented everywhere: ‘Women should be in burkas’

During a recent livestream, white nationalist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes commented on a recent news story regarding a new set of rules adopted by the Missouri House of Representatives, which includes a dress code that requires women to cover their arms with a jacket, blazer, cardigan or knit blazer.

The dress code reads:

At all times when the House is seated, proper attire for gentlemen shall be business attire, including coat, tie, dress trousers, and dress shoes or boots. Proper attire for women shall be business attire, including jackets worn with dresses, skirts, or slacks, and dress shoes or boots. For the purposes of this rule, “jacket” shall include blazers, cardigans, and knit blazers. This rule shall apply to all members and staff on the floor of the House and lower gallery.

Fuentes thinks the dress code is a great idea — which should be implemented throughout society.

“We need that in the world,” Fuentes declared. “We need that in society, ma’am.”

“I’m so sick of seeing these women everywhere,” he continued. “They should be wearing burkas.”

Watch the video below:

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