America’s most popular Neo-nazi site has thrown its support behind Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump, pointing to the billionaire hotel magnate’s statements about Mexicans.
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The Daily Stormer writes, “He is certainly going to be a positive influence on the Republican debates, as the modern Fox News Republican has basically accepted the idea that there is no going back from mass immigration, and Trump is willing to say what most Americans think: it’s time to deport these people. He is also willing to call them out as criminal rapists, murderers and drug dealers.”
The New Yorker reports:
When Trump announced his candidacy, on June 16th, he vowed to build a two-thousand-mile-long wall to stop Mexico from “sending people that have lots of problems.” He said, “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.” Three of the statements had no basis in fact—the crime rate among first-generation immigrants is lower than that for native-born Americans—but Trump takes an expansive view of reality. “I play to people’s fantasies,” he writes in “The Art of the Deal,” his 1987 memoir. “I call it truthful hyperbole. It’s an innocent form of exaggeration—and a very effective form of promotion.”
Heil Trump! White supremacists are having wet dreams about The Donald.
Jared Taylor, the editor of American Renaissance, a white-nationalist magazine and Web site based in Oakton, Virginia, told the New Yorker in reference to Trump, “I’m sure he would repudiate any association with people like me, but his support comes from people who are more like me than he might like to admit.”
Shouts of ‘White Power!’ could be heard at Trump’s rally in Alabama.
Craig Cobb, the white supremacist whose plan to create an Aryan enclave in Leith, North Dakota, failed now wants to establish a presence in Antler in Donald Trump’s name.
He has played right into the hands of America’s most racist population while declining to address the Black Lives Matter movement, with the exception of denigrating it.
What’s most unnerving about this is Trump’s surge in the polls among Conservatives after each controversial remark he makes which white supremacists agree with.
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