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Sunday, February 28, 2016

White Supremacists, White Nationalist, Trump And "Your" GOP

LAS VEGAS, NV - FEBRUARY 23:  Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a caucus night watch party at the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino on February 23, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The New York businessman won his third state victory in a ro

The Daily Kos: Polls show that around 40% of Trump supporters 
Courting the white supremacist vote has become an overt strategy for the leading GOP candidate for President. Last summer Donald Trump issued a perfunctory rebuttal to Duke's support, but the Manhatten bloviator has grown (supportively) quiet regarding increasing support from white supremacists.

The New York Daily News recently published a piece which includes a chronology of Trump support from Americans over racists.

In August, Duke praised the likely Republican nominee during another wide-ranging tirade on his radio program, calling the businessman a “good salesman" and "the best of the lot" of the large group of 2016 Republican presidential candidates.
"I praise the fact that he's come out on the immigration issue. I'm beginning to get the idea that he's a good salesman. That he's an entrepreneur and he has a good sense of what people want to hear, what they want to buy," Duke said in August. "He has really said some incredibly great things recently. So whatever his motivation, I don't give a damn. I really like the fact that he's speaking out on this greatest immediate threat to the American people."
Trump has attracted wide commendation from a slew of noted racists in recent months for his hateful rhetoric on everything from illegal immigrants from Mexico to American Muslims.
In December, Rocky Suhayda, the leader of the American Nazi Party, applauded the GOP presidential candidate’s plan to block Muslims from entering the U.S.
Also that month, Andrew Anglin, the 30-year-old publisher of the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer wrote “Heil Donald Trump — THE ULTIMATE SAVIOR,” in support of the Republican front-runner’s anti-Muslim plan.
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Late this week, Trump spent eh better part of an interview with CNN';s Jake Tapper in which he strategically avoided three straight-up opportunities to disavow US racism and the enactors of white supremacy. You will notice int eh video below, Trump was well prepared from the eventual set of questions. Well prepared, but ill-advised. Trump stated his denial of David Duke by indicating he did not know Duke. Last fall Trump passed word through a henchman that he did not welcome Dukes endorsement. Trump knows of Duke as well as he knows of other purveyors of white supremacy. 

David Duke, former Grand Dragon of the KKK, has publicly stated a vote against Trump is, in essence, a vote against the white race.  

CNN's Jake Tapper and the gaming Trump!

Watch below (Via The Right Scoop)

Within the hour, Duke has broadcast a 17 minute  YouTube video addressing the CNN interview and exercising an opportunity to slam any presidential candidate who hasn't gone anti-immigration. Of course, I did not waste 17 minutes of my life on Duke; the segment is posted here in an effort to provide a degree of balanced reporting.  

On another front, Trump is now the benefactor of white nationalist ROBO Calls.

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A Washington DC "neighborhood" blog recently published an intriguing subliminal message laced flyer allegedly tucked inside a local community newspaper.

Trump Flier

"A brighter future." Oh, the double entendre and subliminal messaging are astounding and at the same time shameful.  Of course, you say, but Trump isn't behind these racist items. Well, no Trump is too busy playing with his Twitter account. The man reminds of a teenager who can not be separated from his video games or his cell phone.

Trump may not personally deal in flyers, but he certainly has a habit (overt and intentional habit) of retweeting white supremacists.


Trump Retweets a White Supremacist… Again

This is not the first time we’ve reported this. This is not the second time we’ve reported this. This is not thethird time we’ve reported this. This is the fourth time we’ve told you that Donald Trump, GOP frontrunner and likely Republican nominee for the presidency, has retweeted an apparent white supremacist on

The tweet:

Donald J. Trump 
"@NeilTurner_@realDonaldTrump There's only one real candidate, and it's you! Donors control the other candidates!" Thank you.
10:05 AM - 27 Feb 2016 

The investigation, launched by Twitter user Andrew Staroska, who is one of many using #NeverTrump:
Read details at Mediaite 

I doubt there is an Amercian who doesn't know and understand the core values of the GOP. It is not a party that embraces diversity. It is not a party that embraces fairness for all under the US Constitution. It is, in fact, a party comprised of 92% white Americans, and a party that actively nurtures that reality. Yet the overt nurture of a party courting white nationalist and white supremacists at the national level is a bit of a surprise. For those who are thinking, the GOP is not guilty of courting as such....think again!

UPDATE:  Trumps number one media trumpeters, Mika Brezinski and Joe Scarborough, sat through a segment regarding Trump's refusal to disavow David Duke's white supremacy and public. Mediaite: Scarborough Rips Into Trump’s Refusal to Condemn KKK: ‘That’s Disqualifying’ 

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