Like Harry Reid said, Donald Trump has “embolden the forces of hate and bigotry” in this country.
A Ku Klux Klan group will hold a rally in North Carolina celebrating Donald Trump‘s election to the White House.
The group will hold the parade on Dec. 3 but has not yet specified a time or location.
The Loyal White Knights of the KKK refers to the parade as a “Victory Klavalkade Klan Parade” and says on its website that “Trump’s race united my people.”
A photo of Trump is also displayed prominently on the website’s home page.
The Republicans have nominated a man for president who has seen favor with groups like the KKK and White Supremacists. And now in the last days of before the general election, these racist groups are going all out, doing everything they can to get their man in the oval office.
This is what these white supremacists are saying about their candidate, Donald Trump
The American National Super PAC makes this call to support Donald Trump. The white race is dying out in America and Europe because we are afraid to be called “racist.” Donald Trump is not afraid.
Another call said this;
The white race is being replaced by other peoples in America and in all-white countried. Donald Trump stands strong as a nationalist. The American National Super PAC makes this call in support of Donald Trump.
How can you be a “prominent” member of the media, yet clueless to the sad fact that the KKK and White Supremacist groups have endorsed Donald Trump?
Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s Hardball, questioned that sad fact on a recent installment of his show, when he attacked Hillary Clinton for bringing up Trump’s ties and endorsements from the KKK and White Supremacists. As a member of his panel pointed out that those groups have in fact endorse the Republican presidential candidate, Matthews answered that he didn’t know anything about that.
A simple google search would satisfy Matthews apparent ignorance on the matter, but Dailymotion did the work for him and his research team.
The first part of this video shows Matthews questioning and doubting Trump’s ties and endorsement from the KKK, and the second part of the video shows the KKK announcing their support for Trump.
Republicans love Donald Trump. White Supremacists love Donald Trump. The two groups are sometimes mistaken as the other, but one thing is for sure – their love for the man is unmistakable.
Former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard and Louisiana politician David Duke says Republican front-runner Donald Trump speaks “a lot more radically” than he does, which, he says, is a “positive and negative.”
In an interview conducted on Dec. 17 that Duke labels “Fox interview” on his YouTube channel (it’s unclear who the interviewer is or if the interview aired), Duke praised Trump for giving people the courage to speak out, but was critical of his support of Israel.
“As far as what I see, according to the candidates that are out there now, Republicans and Democrats, I think he’s head and shoulders right now above the rest,” Duke said, noting he hadn’t officially endorsed Trump. “I don’t agree with everything he says, he speaks a little more, actually he speaks a little more, a lot more radically than I talk. And I think that’s a positive and negative.”
“It’s positive in the fact that there’s less political correctness and people are getting the courage to speak out,” Duke continued. “At the same time, I’m concerned that I don’t agree with all of his policies. I certainly don’t support the idea of America supporting the nation of Israel, which has committed terrorism against the United States of America, with the Lavon affair and the attack on the Liberty and the incredible treachery and the damage that was done by Israel with its spy Jonathan Pollard, who basically caused the death of hundreds of our operatives. I think, and I see this Jewish extremist, this basically Zionist, minority having enormous influence.”
Republican leader Donald Trump is scoring big among regular Republican voters and other Republicans who sometimes prefer to stay undercover… or under white hooded sheets for that matter.
The Ku Klux Klan is using Donald Trump as a talking point in its outreach efforts. Stormfront, the most prominent American white supremacist website, is upgrading its servers in part to cope with a Trump traffic spike. And former Louisiana Rep. David Duke reports that the businessman has given more Americans cover to speak out loud about white nationalism than at any time since his own political campaigns in the 1990s.
As hate group monitors at the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League warn that Trump’s rhetoric is conducive to anti-Muslim violence, white nationalist leaders are capitalizing on his candidacy to invigorate and expand their movement.
“Demoralization has been the biggest enemy and Trump is changing all that,” said Stormfront founder Don Black, who reports additional listeners and call volume to his phone-in radio show, in addition to the site’s traffic bump. Black predicts that the white nationalist forces set in motion by Trump will be a legacy that outlives the businessman’s political career. “He’s certainly creating a movement that will continue independently of him even if he does fold at some point.”
Thangs can always get worse, and anytime the KKK is involved, things usually will get worse.
In preparation for the upcoming decision on whether to charge Darren Wilson for the murder of 17 year old Mike Brown in Ferguson Missouri, the local KKK has put out this flyer to the residents of Ferguson, letting them know that they will be killed if Wilson is freed and the ensuing protests get out of control.
“We will use lethal force as provided under Missouri law to defend ourselves,” the flyer reads.
Frank Ancona, the imperial wizard of the local chapter spoke with The Riverfront Times, saying that the protesters are driving more people to join the KKK.
“These Ferguson protesters are the best recruiters since Obama. Normally we might hear from ten people a week in Missouri, and now we’re hearing from more like fifty people a week. Sometimes, depending on these news stories, we get 100, 200 calls in a day.”
The decision on Wilson is expected anytime this month. Recent reports suggest that he will not be charged with any wrongdoing in Mike Brown’s death.
Are these people so small minded, so gullible, that a piece of candy in a bag and a note is all that’s needed for them to join the KKK? That’s apparently the thinking of the Klan as they attempt to use candy in a bag to bribe the people of South Carolina.
Some residents in northwestern South Carolina say they found bags of candy on their street containing a piece of paper asking them to join the Ku Klux Klan.
Residents in an Oconee County subdivision found the bags Saturday night or Sunday morning.
The paper said “Save Our Land, Join the Klan.” It had a phone number that led to an automated message discussing KKK efforts against illegal immigration.
A voicemail message picked up when someone dials the “Klan Hotline” listed on the paper. It starts with, “Be a man join the Klan! Illegal immigration is destroying America,” discusses immigration concerns and ends with, “always remember if it ain’t white, it ain’t right. White power,” reported WISTV in Columbia, S.C.
Robert Jones told WHNS-TV that he’s the imperial klaliff of the Loyal White Knights and said the effort was part of a recruiting event they hold three times a year.