You have to have a seance? LOL We have recent events...
Breitbart, a right-wing publication, as campaign CEO. Advo remarked that “We
white supremacist movements active on the American right.
Although the phrase "Southern Strategy" is often attributed to Nixon's
political strategist Kevin Phillips, he did not originate it but
popularized it. In an interview included in a 1970 New York Times
From now on, the Republicans are never going to get more than 10 to 20
percent of the Negro vote and they don't need any more than that... but
Republicans would be shortsighted if they weakened enforcement of the
Voting Rights Act. The more Negroes who register as Democrats in the
South, the sooner the Negrophobe whites will quit the Democrats and
become Republicans. That's where the votes are. Without that prodding
from the blacks, the whites will backslide into their old comfortable
arrangement with the local Democrats.
Florida Pastor and founder of the TruNews YouTube channel Rick Wiles
called efforts to impeach President Donald Trump part of a “Jew coup.”
In a Nov. 21 video, Wiles said, “That’s the way the Jews work. They are
deceivers. They plot. They lie. They do whatever they’ve have to do to
accomplish their political agenda. This impeach Trump movement is part
of a Jew coup, and the American people better wake up to it fast.”
NY Republican Group Removes Facebook Video Warning of Hasidic Jewish
The video posted Wednesday by the Rockland County Republican Party
warned that "our families" and "our way of life" are at stake
The video posted Wednesday by the Rockland County Republican Party
interspersed news clips about conflicts related to the county's growing
ultra-Orthodox Jewish population with warnings that "our families" and
"our way of life" are at stake.
"If they win, we lose," the video said over ominous-sounding music,
adter leading the video with a warning that "a storm is brewing."
An email sent from the Justice Department to all immigration court
employees this week included a link to an article posted on a white
nationalist website that “directly attacks sitting immigration judges
with racial and ethnically tinged slurs,” according to a letter sent by
an immigration judges union and obtained by BuzzFeed News.
According to the National Association of Immigration Judges, the Justice
Department’s Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) sent court
employees a link to a blog post from VDare, a white nationalist website,
in its morning news briefing earlier this week that included
anti-Semitic attacks on judges.
Andrew Anglin, founder of the popular right-wing website The Daily
Stormer, heaped praise on Trump.
on his website.
Anglin, who like many within the white nationalist movement has
vacillated in his support for Trump, suggested that the president's
tweets were aimed at solidifying support from his base ahead of the 2020
The call to arms appeared on the Daily Stormer, a well-known neo-Nazi
website, in December 2016.
“Are y’all ready for an old fashioned Troll Storm?” wrote publisher
Andrew Anglin. “Because AYO — it’s that time, fam.”
With that, Tanya Gersh, a real estate agent in the picturesque resort
community of Whitefish, Mont., saw her life upended. Gersh, her husband
and their 12-year-old son were flooded with vile phone calls, text
messages, emails, and social media posts, many of which contained death
threats and anti-Semitic slurs. Gersh, who is Jewish, was told that she
should have perished in the Holocaust, and received chilling voice mails
with the sound of a gun firing again and again.
Officially, these voters lost out at the polls four years ago, because
they failed to show identification, as required by a new state law at
the time. But that was not the only thing the would-be voters have in
common: Each is Native American, and each hails from one of the most
heavily Democratic counties in this deep-red state.
Over the last six years, Republicans in North Dakota adopted a flurry of
legislation that effectively revoked the right to vote for thousands of
Native Americans and other Democratic voters, according to an
investigation of court records, internal emails among state officials,
as well as interviews with voters and lawmakers on both sides of the issue.
Robocalls against Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum that
say they were paid for by a neo-Nazi group in Idaho are going out to
voters in Tallahassee.
The automated calls are narrated by someone pretending to be Gillum and
using an exaggerated minstrel dialect with jungle noises in the
background. The calls end with a disclaimer that they were funded by
The Road to Power, an anti-Semitic, white supremacist website and
podcast linked to Scott Rhodes of Sandpoint, Idaho.
On his Monday morning radio show, Steve West promotes fanatical
conspiracies about “Jewish cabals” that are “harvesting baby parts”
through Planned Parenthood, that torture and molest children and that
run the Republican Party.
On Tuesday he won the Republican primary for a Clay County seat in the
Missouri House by nearly 25 points.
“Looking back in history, unfortunately, Hitler was right about what was
taking place in Germany. And who was behind it,” West said on a show on
KCXL radio on Jan. 23, 2017.
Sep. 16, 1997
One questioner asked whether blacks would feel comfortable in a party
in which David Duke, the former Ku Klux Klan leader who made
unsuccessful runs for the U.S. Senate and governor, has been
elected chairman of the Republican Executive Committee in a
"We’re a party of inclusion,″ Gingrich replied.
And Nicholson said: "We welcome people to this party as long as
they are willing to adopt our agenda and not their own.″
The Ku Klux Klan has announced it plans to hold a rally in North
Carolina in response to Donald Trump's election as president.
The Loyal White Knights, based in Pelham, NC, says on its website that
its victory parade, referred to as "Victory Klavalkade Parade" will be
held on December 3, 2016. It does not specify where.
Below the event details is an announcement in all-caps that states,
"Trump's race united my people."
Late last week, Duke and his co-host, Don Advo, discussed the Donald
Trump campaign’s hiring of Stephen Bannon, the former executive chairman
of Breitbart, a right-wing publication, as campaign CEO. Advo remarked
that “We appear to have taken over the Republican Party,” where “we”
refers to the white supremacist movements active on the American right.
Posted on February 25, 2016
David Duke, a white nationalist and former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard, is
urging the listeners of his radio program to volunteer and vote for
"Voting for these people, voting against Donald Trump at this point is
really treason to your heritage," Duke said on the David Duke Radio
Program Wednesday, referring to Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. "I'm not
saying I endorse everything about Trump, in fact I haven't formally
endorsed him. But I do support his candidacy, and I support voting for
him as a strategic action. I hope he does everything we hope he will do."
Duke then urged his followers to call Trump's campaign headquarters to
Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke is running for Senate in
Louisiana, and he says Donald Trump’s popularity is helping him in the
“I love it,” Duke told the LA Times. “The fact that Donald Trump’s doing
so well, it proves that I’m winning. I am winning.”
Duke also told the LA Times that Trump’s proposed policies, like
building a wall along the border with Mexico and banning Muslims from
entering the country, show the country is open to a white power message.
“He’s talking about it in a visceral way,” Duke said. “Donald Trump is
talking implicitly. I’m talking explicitly.”
President-elect Donald Trump is drawing praise from the Ku Klux Klan,
neo-Nazis and other white nationalist groups for appointing former
Breitbart executive Stephen Bannon as his chief strategist.
“Perhaps The Donald is for real,” Rocky Suhayda, chairman of the
American Nazi Party, told CNN in an segment that included interviews
with several white nationalists.
Trump’s hiring of Bannon has drawn bitter criticism from Democrats, but
white nationalists believe it’s evidence the president-elect intends to
live up to his campaign promises to deport illegal immigrants and build
a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
David Duke, a former KKK leader who lost his Senate bid last week in
Louisiana, called Bannon’s hiring an “excellent” decision.
Bannon will “push Trump in the right direction,” suggested Richard
Spencer, president of the white nationalist National Policy Institute.
“That would be a wonderful thing.”
“It makes sense to me,” added Brad Griffin, author of the white
nationalist website Occidental Dissent.
Donald Trump on Sunday refused to condemn the Ku Klux Klan or disavow
his recent endorsement by former Klansman David Duke.
The Republican front runner said he didn’t know enough about Duke to
publicly denounce the former KKK leader, who told his followers earlier
this week that voting for anyone but Trump would be “treason to your
“Well, just so you understand, I don’t know anything about David Duke,
OK? I don’t know anything about what you’re even talking about with
white supremacy or white supremacists,” Trump said on CNN’s State of the
Union. “I know nothing about David Duke. I know nothing about white
Illinois Republicans botched four opportunities to
stop an avowed Nazi from representing their party in a Chicago-
area congressional district. Now they’re paying the price.
Arthur Jones, a Holocaust denier who will appear on the November
ballot as the GOP candidate against Democratic Rep. Dan
Lipinski, has become campaign fodder for Democrats as they seek
to defeat Gov. Bruce Rauner. And some Republicans even fear the
taint from Jones‘ extremist views poses a threat to the party up
and down the ticket.
REPUBLICAN SENATE CANDIDATE, WHO HAS CALLED
FOR COUNTRY "FREE FROM JEWS"
Little has said he believes Jews should have no say over white non-Jews
and wants to see
them removed from the country altogether. On Gab, a social media site
with large swaths of
extremist users, he argues that the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer,
whose proprietors praise
Adolf Hitler and have appeared to call for acts of violence against
Jewish people, is too Jewish.
"I propose a government that makes counter-semitism central to all aims
of the state,"
he wrote on that website, referring to a white nationalist euphemism for
a hatred of Jews. He
argued for forbidding "all immigration except of biological kin, where
no person of Jewish
origin may live, vacation or traverse."
A Holocaust denier who praises Adolf Hitler and aims to "remove the Jews
from power" is running as a Republican for a U.S. Senate seat out of
California — and a recent poll found him in second place trailing only
incumbent Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
In at least five state and national races across the country, the
Party is dealing with an uncomfortable problem. Their party’s candidates
either a card-carrying Nazi, a Holocaust denier, a proud white
all of the above.
In North Carolina, for example, GOP officials are stuck with Russell
a white supremacist running for the state House of Representatives.
his personal website (littered with the n-word), he believes that “the
NOT semitic they are satanic as they all descend from Satan.”
In Illinois, meanwhile, the Republican Party shrugged off Arthur Jones, a
candidate for the state’s 3rd Congressional district who boasted of
his membership in the American Nazi Party. But Jones won the GOP
primary, and now
party officials, including ones who called Jones “morally reprehensible”
“a complete nutcase,” are scrambling to launch a write-in campaign. Jones’s
campaign website features a section called “Holocaust?” in which he
argues that the
“idea that six million Jews, were killed by the National Socialist
Germany, in World War II, is the biggest, blackest lie in history.”
Robocalls in support of California congressional candidate John Fitzgerald
assert that Jews are taking over the world and ‘must be stopped.’
Robert Gammon, business development director for Telegraph Media, tweeted
Tuesday that he received one of the calls from Fitzgerald, the GOP
candidate for the 11th district. He said it was “easily the most racist
political ad I’ve ever come across in the Bay Area.”
Fitzgerald openly denies the Holocaust. His campaign website includes
that 9% of U.S. government officials are dual citizens of Israel and
played a “prominent role” in the African slave trade, and celebrates a
elderly German woman who was sentenced to two years in prison for
“Why is the holocaust the ONLY historical issue that cannot be
fear of fines and/or imprisonment in eighteen countries – and counting –
throughout the world?” Fitzgerald wrote on May 16.
A website tied to a candidate for the North Carolina General Assembly
says God is a racist white supremacist and that Jews are descended from
“What is wrong with being a white supremacist? God is a racist and a
white supremacist,” the website connected to Walker says.
“Someone or group has to be supreme and that group is the whites of the
world ... someone or something has to be inferior ... In all history in
sub-Saharan Africa, no two-story building or a waterproof boat was ever
The website Walker says is his features racism, conspiracy theories and
“God made the races and he is the greatest racist ever.”
“What is wrong with being a white supremacist?”
“The Jews are not Semitic they are Satanic as they all descend from Satan.”
EIGHTH CIRCUIT ALLOWS NORTH DAKOTA TO CONTINUE USING DISCRIMINATORY
VOTER ID LAW
July 31, 2019
On July 31, 2019, a divided panel of judges from the US Court of Appeals
for the Eighth Circuit vacated a lower court’s injunction, which was put
in place to protect Native American and other voters in North Dakota.
The lower court had barred the enforcement of North Dakota’s voter ID
law because it found it was discriminatory and unconstitutional. The
Eighth Circuit acknowledged that Native American voters may be
disenfranchised but found that the lower court’s injunction was too
broad. Disappointingly, this week’s order from the Eighth Circuit again
allows North Dakota to continue using the discriminatory new law,
providing no relief to disenfranchised Native voters.
NARF Staff Attorney Matthew Campbell stated “We must protect the
integrity of our voting system and ensure that all eligible voters
(regardless of income, housing, or place of residence) have the freedom
to vote. Every person’s voice must be heard. We will fight to ensure the
voices of Americans—and specifically first Americans—are counted even if
they do not have the luxury of a permanent home. Rules that inhibit an
individual’s freedom to vote are a threat to our democratic ideals. We
will continue to stand strong against these anti-democratic attacks.”