Friday, March 4, 2016

Growing Voting Bloc for Trump: White Supremacists

Good Day World!
All the remaining GOP presidential candidates are still looking for endorsements.
But when White Supremacists come calling, presidential candidates usually bend over backwards to disassociate from them, immediately disavowing everything they stand for.
Donald Trump has sent mixed signals about his feelings for the KKK and hatemonger David Duke.
Worse yet, no one in his organization is saying anything about another white supremacist who is openly endorsing Trump for president in numerous states.
William Johnson, head of the American Freedom Party, which promotes white nationalism, is sending out robocalls to Utah residents attacking Mitt Romney, who delivered a blistering critique of Trump Thursday.
Here's what the robo calls say:
"The American National Super PAC makes this call in support of Donald Trump. My name is William Johnson. I am a farmer and a white nationalist.
"This robocall goes out to all millennials and others who are honest in all their dealings. Mitt Romney has viciously attacked Donald Trump.
"Mitt Romney and his establishment conservatives are both mean spirited and dishonest. The white race is being replaced by other peoples in America and in all white countries. Donald Trump stands strong as a nationalist. Mitt Romney and his establishment conservatives pretend they don't care.
"Mitt Romney and his mean-spirited, establishment conservatives protect big moneyed interests where captains of industry reap billions in profits while the working man struggles to make ends meet in a rented apartment. Donald Trump is a populist. He cares about the working man.
"Vote Trump. Telephone: (213) 718-3908." 
It's obvious to anyone listening to this robocall that it's coming from a hate group. This group has already campaigned for Trump in Iowa, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Minnesota.
More than enough time for Trump's people to know white supremacists are a part of his voting block. Perhaps a BIG part. 
Trump has said he doesn't want their support (wink! wink! vote for me!) but he continues to appeal to their base instincts and outright racist creed.
One last thought; why do white supremacists like Trump? I think the answer is they know something that you and I don't!
Time for me to walk on down the road...

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