Friday, January 15, 2016

White supremacists think 'Trump's candidacy is helping' promote their vision

LAS VEGAS, NV - DECEMBER 15:  Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump talks to reporters in the spin room following the CNN presidential debate at The Venetian Las Vegas on December 15, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Thirteen Republican presidential ca

White supremacists are super excited about Donald Trump’s candidacy, and they are putting their money where their mouths are, with a pro-Trump white nationalist Super PAC making robocalls to early primary states. They think Trump really has the potential to promote their ideas:
William Daniel Johnson has a vision for America. The Los Angeles-based lawyer thinks that the United States will see the creation of a white ethno-state within his lifetime.
“I think Trump’s candidacy is helping move us in that direction,” Johnson said in a Monday phone interview with TPM. “Whether he is elected or not, his candidacy is a big factor in helping destroy this middle-of-the-road Republican mindset.”
Then there’s Jared Taylor, spokesman for the Council of Concerned Citizens, the group recently best known for having inspired Charleston shooter Dylann Roof:
In a Monday phone interview with TPM, Taylor called Trump “the first candidate in many, many years to take positions that may in fact be beneficial to the white majority.”
“Most white people, whether they say so or not, would prefer to live in a majority white neighborhood, in a majority white country but they’re too terrified to say it,” Taylor continued. “And the idea of restricting immigration and sending back illegal immigrants is very encouraging to such people.”
Trump’s campaign is conspicuously not disavowing all this white supremacist support.
those who flock to you are under the impression you represent them and their ideology, he does not rebuke their support which suggest he doesn't care about those not of that ilk.  he has received a few endorsements from supremacist groups even David Duke saying Trump's more out there that he was.  they do not see us as one nation or as united states and obviously neither does their candidate of choice.