Trump Campaign Accepts Donations From Neo-Nazi Leader
In 2017, Trump famously described participants in a white supremacist march as “very fine people.” Now, as the 2020 presidential campaign barrels toward its conclusion, the Trump campaign is accepting thousands in donations from a notorious neo-Nazi leader and other racist extremists.
In between stints in prison, Morris Gulett set up an outpost of the Aryan Nations, also known as the Church of Jesus Christ Christian, in Louisiana. He promoted his group as the “most-feared and revered white supremacist organization the world has ever known.” The Trump campaign has repeatedly accepted cash from Gulett.
A cache of Gulett’s website from 2016 promoted white Anglo-Saxons as “the supreme ruling race.” (The website is currently offline.)
We believe that the White, Anglo-Saxon, Germanic and kindred peoples are the direct descendants of the Adamic man made in the image of YHVH (Genesis 1:27), and were placed here to be the light bearers and supreme ruling race (Deuteronomy 7:6; Deuteronomy 28:10) of this lost and dying world.