For decades, Germany had seemed to withstand a populist radical right upsurge. With the rise of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) from 2013 onwards, and its arrival in the Bundestag, this has changed. The AfD articulates hostile positions toward established politics as well as radical right positions directed against migrants, refugees, and minorities. To what extent has the AfD affected the Bundestag? Has the AfD influenced, inhibited, or strengthened the law-making and scrutiny function of the Bundestag? How have its anti-establishment and radical right positions affected parliamentary discourse? These questions are addressed with a quantitative analysis of speeches in parliament.