The Washington Post—Washington D.C.’s media outlet for the Democratic Party—showed its desperation to stop what it perceives to be the Donald Trump juggernaut, limning him as a white supremacist by association.
The various white supremacists that endorse Trump are littered through the article, as the usual suspects of radical leftism pontificate about the evils of the Republican party, little noticing the anti-white racism evidenced by Democratic party favorites such as La Raza and Black Lives Matter.
The Post quotes Rachel Pendergraft, the national organizer for the Knights Party, asserting Trump has provided her group with a way to enter political discussions, adding:
One of the things that our organization really stresses with our membership is we want them to educate themselves on issues, but we also want them to be able to learn how to open up a conversation with other people… They like the overall momentum of his rallies and his campaign… They like that he’s not willing to back down. He says what he believes and he stands on that.
Former Louisiana politician and KKK Grand Wizard David Duke told the Post, “I think a lot of what he says resonates with me.” Trump had rebuffed Duke, telling Bloomberg News, “I don’t need his endorsement; I certainly wouldn’t want his endorsement. I don’t need anyone’s endorsement.” Trump even fired two staffers for racially offensive posts on social media.
Meanwhile, Mark Potok, of the radical left Southern Poverty Law Center, snapped to the Post, “Trump has really lifted the lid off a Pandora’s box of real hatred and directed it at Muslims.”
Yet the Post admits, “The candidate recently shocked some conservatives by criticizing Justice Antonin Scalia after Scalia argued that black students would perform better in ‘slower-track’ universities.”
The Post had to find the veritable needle in the haystack to find evidence of racism in the thousands of people who have attended Trump rallies, noting one man who shouted, “motherf——– tacos!” at two Latino protesters at one rally and another person yelling “Sieg heil!” at another rally.
The Post quotes the racist website Stormfront, claiming their traffic has increased, and Kevin MacDonald of the Occidental Observer enthusing of Trump’s candidacy, “We are living in very exciting times. A major political candidate is saying things that have been kept out of the mainstream for decades by a corrupt elite consensus on immigration and multiculturalism that dominates both the GOP and the Democrats.”
Yet, while white supremacists have not been endorsed by Trump at any time, Hillary Clinton gladly appeared at the annual convention of the National Council of La Raza in July, condemning Trump’s remarks vis-à-vis immigration and shouting, “Basta” (Enough). As Human Events reported in 2006,
MEChA and the La Raza movement teach that Colorado, California, Arizona, Texas, Utah, New Mexico, Oregon and parts of Washington State make up an area known as “Aztlan” — a fictional ancestral homeland of the Aztecs before Europeans arrived in North America. As such, it belongs to the followers of MEChA. These are all areas America should surrender to “La Raza” once enough immigrants, legal or illegal, enter to claim a majority, as in Los Angeles. The current borders of the United States will simply be extinguished. This plan is what is referred to as the “Reconquista” or reconquest, of the Western U.S.