‘White Power’ Yelled From The Stands In Alabama At Donald Trump’s Rally


At Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s rally in Alabama, he garnered support from the ‘white power’ crowd which can be heard in a video.












As the Daily Kos points out, the comment thread alone shows an astounding number of racist comments.

An Alabama man, Jim Sherotta, 53, told AL.com, of his wish to shoot undocumented workers coming over the border.

“Hopefully, he’s going to sit there and say, ‘When I become elected president, what we’re going to do is we’re going to make the border a vacation spot, it’s going to cost you $25 for a permit, and then you get $50 for every confirmed kill,’” Sherota said. “That’d be one nice thing.”


Raw Story reports:

Washington Post reporter Dave Weigel, who is shadowing the campaign sarcastically noted this morning that his interviews with citizens of Alabama are “going well so far,” with a local farmer telling him: “You probably think we’re prejudiced, but my whole life we had n****rs work for us in the field. And they were n****rs. My daddy called them n****rs. I’m not ignorant. That’s just the way I was raised. There’s black people and there’s n****rs. You live around here, you know the difference.”

In July, Addicting Info noted that Trump also has the support of white supremacist and Council of Conservative Citizens member Kyle Rogers.

The Council of Conservative Citizens is the hate group that Dylann Roof admired.

Earl Holt, president of the Council of Conservative Citizens, has given $65,000 to Republican campaign funds in recent years.

The list includes donations to those of 2016 presidential contenders such as Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum and Rand Paul. He has also gifted Congressional Republicans, too, with donations.

The new GOP slogan should be: #RacistLivesMatter. Make America hate again. Vote for Trump. FIFY.

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