credit: David Duke / YouTube

This White Supremacist Was Inspired By Donald Trump To Run For National Office

“I’m overjoyed to see Donald Trump… embrace most of the issues I’ve championed for years.”

David Duke has been an outspoken supporter of the Republican Party presidential nominee since very early in the election cycle. The former Klu Klux Klan Grand Wizard has demanded that European-Americans vote for Trump this year. He even went so far as to say that a vote against Trump is a vote against your heritage. Now, Duke has decided to throw his own hat in the ring, declaring that he’s running for the U.S. Senate. Duke’s platform is to fight for the rights of European-Americans and to end the “ethnic cleansing of the people’s whose forefathers created America.” (Bruh, you misspelled STOLE America.) Duke believes that there should be at least one man who will fight in Congress for the rights of European-Americans since there are already so many groups fighting for the rights of African-Americans, Mexican-Americans and Jewish-Americans.

Since Duke first started supporting Trump, Trump tried to play dumb, claiming not to know who the man is.

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Credit: Angie Tribeca / TBS / Angie Tribeca / Giphy

It’s like Trump’s whole political campaign for president has officially opened the door for racists to start running through the streets. This is a terrifying time in America, boys and girls.

In case you need more proof that Trump inspires white supremacy, check out this GIF from the Republican National Convention.

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Credit: RNC / YouTube / Election 2016 / Giphy

That’s right. Radio host Laura Ingraham gave a Nazi salute to a packed area of mainly white people at the end of her speech at the RNC. Not even national TV could contain her.


READ: A White Supremacist Was Almost a Donald Trump Delegate

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