White supremacist donated to GOP presidential candidates

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    Jun 22, 2015 7:24 AM GMT
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    Now, how do I get 65 grand just to give away on politics? icon_confused.gif



    http://news.yahoo.com/white-supremacist-donated-gop-presidential-candidates-053845623--election.html


    The leader of a white supremacist group, Earl Holt, leader of the Council of Conservative Citizens, cited by Charleston church murder suspect Dylann Roof made $65,000 in donations to Republicans, including several to Republican presidential candidates, The Guardian newspaper reported Sunday night.

    Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas
    Rand Paul
    Rick Santorum
    Mitt Romney
    Iowa Rep. Steve King
    Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton
    Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake
    Michele Bachmann


  • TroyAthlete

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    Jun 22, 2015 3:44 PM GMT
    Well why wouldn't he give to the anti-multiculturalism Republican-Confederate Party? Holt knows who is serving his narrow-minded white supremacist interests, just like young voters, gays, Latinos, blacks, women, and decent/intelligent white people know Democrats are trying to do what's best for the majority of America.

    It's totally lost on gullible Republican-Confederate conservatives that 1) whites are far more likely to be killed by other whites than blacks and 2) throughout history, whites have killed more blacks than vice versa. They are are being manipulated to live their lives in irrational, melodramatic, paranoia and fear by the corporate gun lobby, and it's pretty pathetic they're falling for it.

    Normal white people can admit white privilege, express and feel pride about who they are, and seek to extend their privilege to others without resorting to paranoid division and hate like the KKK psychos. It's no wonder gullible souls like Dylann Roof are inspired by race-obsessed hatemongers like Holt.

    The simple fact remains that white citizens truly concerned about crime and violence would be focused on white-on-white crime: Over 8 of 10 white murder victims are killed by other whites, yet race-obsessed white leaders like Holt crime do nothing to address white-on-white crime.

    White males age 17-44 make up only 15% of the population, yet they are responsible for most of the crimes committed in America. Whites commit more total crime AND violent crime than do blacks or any group. According to the 2013 FBI data tables on race and crime whites are responsible for 68.9% of all crime. Whites are responsible for 66.2% of all rapes and 62.9% of all aggravated assaults. They are responsible for 67.5% of all burglaries and 66.7% of all motor vehicle theft. Whites are responsible for 72.4% of all sex offenses, 84.2% of all DUIs, 80.1% of all liquor law violations, and 80.4% of all drunkenness arrests.

    Throughout history Caucasian and Asian males have been responsible for more dead bodies than any group. Whites have been responsible for more war, famine, poverty, imperialism, economic and environmental calamity, homicide, massacre, and genocide than blacks have and it would take blacks centuries to catch up to their body count.
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    Republican Presidential Candidates Say They Will Return or Donate Contributions From So-Called White Supremacist Leader
    https://gma.yahoo.com/republican-presidential-candidates-return-donate-contributions-called-white-163504441.html

    Three Republican candidates for president, Sens. Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and former Sen. Rick Santorum said this morning they would return or donate thousands of dollars possibly linked to the head of the Council of Conservative Citizens, which the Southern Poverty Law Center calls a white supremacist group. The group was cited in a purported manifesto believed linked to the suspect in last week’s massacre at a church in Charleston, South Carolina.