Former Neo-Nazi, Ku Klux Klan Leader Says Trump Tapped into Sentiment David Duke helped cultivate VIDEO

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    Dec 30, 2015 8:04 PM GMT
    Former KKK Grand Wizard says the Donald even trumps him when it comes to speaking “radically” about America’s future

    ...Earlier this month, former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard and Louisiana state representative David Duke said that Donald Trump’s campaign is a net positive for those who believe in the “cultural uniqueness” of the white race...

    @0:58..."I believe America is an overwhelmingly European-American country...there is a massive racism going on against European-Americans...Europeans are called...racists. That's probably the worst epithet possible...Donald Trump is giving voice...

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    Dec 31, 2015 5:22 AM GMT
    ...David Duke says that he doesn’t endorse Trump, but that he does support him. The host asks if Duke feels that Trump’s comments about Muslims have been “divisive.” Duke responds that the media and Hollywood have, in fact, been divisive...

    Duke states that one of the first acts of the founding fathers when drafting the U.S. Constitution was to limit citizenship to “European” and “Christian” people...

    ...David Duke goes on to explain that, while his website and online content have received more visitors since Donald Trump announced his candidacy, he feels that his stock has been rising steadily on its own. Duke states that his online videos get “90 percent” positive ratings from viewers. Duke also states that Trump is not creating this buzz, but that he has merely “tapped” into a sentiment that Duke has always been aware existed and helped to cultivate....

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    Jan 02, 2016 5:52 PM GMT

    Analysis In 2016, white people must take responsibility for Donald Trump

    ...Trump is not a Republican problem. He’s a white-people problem...

    ...“Trump is unleashing this sense among a certain group of white men that violence is acceptable,” he said, referring to recent attacks at Trump rallies. “They’re afraid that their country is being taken away from them by immigrants and people of color, and that Trump is their last chance to take it back. If they discover that they can’t win at the ballot box, the question becomes: What do we expect these angry white people to do?”

    “Some of those people,” he says, “might turn to terrorism.”...


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    Jan 06, 2016 12:10 AM GMT
    'Reformed' KKK Leader Is Hosting A Martin Luther King Day Celebration

    Noted racist and former KKK leader claims he has changed his ways and now supports the historic efforts of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement....

    ...doubt might stem from the fact that Abarr often sports a baseball cap that reads, “Make America Great Again,” the obnoxious campaign slogan of the abominable Donald Trump that really means, "Make America WHITE again."

    Abarr also refuses to denounce the KKK despite the fact that he’s no longer a part of it … another cause for the side-eye.

    Everyone will just have to wait until the event on Jan. 16 to find out if Abarr has really changed or if he and his "former" Klan buddies have something sinister up their sleeves…