Tuesday, November 22, 2016


The election of Donald Trump marks the first time in American political history that a member of the Ku Klux Klan became President.

Wait a minute, I know what you're saying:
"Hold on there! There is no proof that
Donald Trump is a member of the KKK!"

To which I would say, it depends on the definition of "proof".
There is certainly EVIDENCE.

The Klan is a secret society, meaning that there is no way to prove the membership of just about anybody in their group. Only the most prominent Klan members are identified publicly, while most operate in the shadows of the public eye. So we can not definitively identify the individual membership of 95% of this group, yet we can prove the existence of the group itself.

The prime recruiting ground for members of the KKK is genetically based. In other words, the most likely attribute of a Klan member is that their father was a Klan member. The Klan does not recruit well outside of the Klan, hence, its socio-politically inbred nature.

Donald Trump's father was a convicted Klansman, arrested in the late 1920s supporting a large Klan march in New York City. Whether or not Donald ever attended a cross-burning or joined in a lynching, he was raised within the ideology of the Ku Klux Klan.

But wait, you might say:
How do we know that the arrest of Fred Trump
was not an isolated event?

We have evidence that the Trump family believed in Klan Values for decades after Fred's arrest. The Trumps were charged with racial discrimination in housing practices in the 1970s and were penalized accordingly. The Donald openly denied during the campaign that his family was charged with not renting to black folks. Then he said that a lot of people were fined for the same crime at the same time. Then he went back to saying it never happened.

The elder Trump was also linked to organized crime (the "Mafia") by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

It should be no surprise to see Trump appointing one confirmed racist after another to his Presidential cabinet. It is also no surprise to see hate-crimes and other racially motivated actions reported nationwide in the days following the election.

Klansman know who their fellow Klansman are, even if the rest of us don't. The KKK knows "their guy" is heading into the White (Supremacist) House, and they are thrilled.


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