February 28, 2016

Trump refuses to disavow KKK

Time - Donald Trump refused to condemn the Ku Klux Klan or disavow his recent endorsement by former Klansman David Duke.

The Republican front runner said he didn’t know enough about Duke to publicly denounce the former KKK leader, who told his followers earlier this week that voting for anyone but Trump would be “treason to your heritage.”

“Well, just so you understand, I don’t know anything about David Duke, OK? I don’t know anything about what you’re even talking about with white supremacy or white supremacists,” Trump said on CNN’s State of the Union. “I know nothing about David Duke. I know nothing about white supremacists.”

“I’m just talking about David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan here,” Tapper responded.

The billionaire businessman told the political show’s host Jake Tapper that he’d first need to “do research” on groups in question before saying outright that he didn’t want their support at all.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The master of suspense in Psycho killed off his female lead early on, violating viewer expectations, creating an unsettling fear that anything could happen. After starting his candidacy by announcing a Mexican Kristallnacht and then making the world safe for antiMuslim antisemitism it doesn't matter what follows, the suspense switch is turned on and viewers are glued to their tv's. The KKK and neonazis have their first standard bearer since Reagan visited the Nazi cemetery. The party of Reagan gets a Reagan imitator and now complains about it, having adopted untelegenic Bushism, where all the dark money is off camera. Trump is a conspiracy theorist in King Oil's Court. As some think the Bush alliance with Bandar was a necessary condition for 911, Trump could not be similarly counted on. Clinton and Obama's disposal of Usama bin Laden has an asterisk given there was no autopsy
and the victim was reportedly already deceased. Such negative thinking is inherently difficult to disprove such as about the impossibility of landing a man on the moon or that Hitler didn't die in Germany.
Making America Great Again has none of the precision teamwork needed to produce another 911. Kristallnacht was provoked by an assassination. Unlikely that Trump could be trusted to cover up a Mexican false flag big enough to justify removing 11 million people from their homes and depositing them across the border. The GOP just doesn't have the political capital to support a Pharoah. Far easier to elect Cruz and refocus on slowly carving up Russia, China and Europe, using more modest falsehoods like the fall of Assad widely broadcast in Syria as a War of the World's psy ops, its producer now with the Cruz campaign.