White Nationalist PAC Blankets Iowa With Robocalls for Trump
Supporting Trump’s candidacy comes as a natural to the white nationalists in this country, whether they are the cultured tea cup “racialists” type or the backwoods Council of Conservative Citizen sorts. He’s singing their tune, he’s playing their dance song and he’s not even doing it on a dog whistle. This reminds me of that year that the Stormfront crows “stormed the Iowa Caucuses” for Ron Paul.
The robocall was closed out by American Freedom Party chairman William Johnson, who identified himself only as “a farmer and white nationalist.” Johnson, who founded the PAC that paid for the robocall, notes that Trump did not authorize it.
The American Freedom Party had issued a press release Friday announcing the launch of the robocall campaign, calling Trump its “Great White Hope.”
Jared Taylor also serves as a spokesman for the Council of Conservative Citizens, which was cited in the manifesto written by Charleston shooter Dylann Roof as the group that opened his eyes to what he saw as the scourge of black-on-white crime in America. Roof went on a shooting rampage at a historically black church in June, killing nine parishioners.