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Feb 25 2016

Phony KKK at Nevada Trump Rally

Constitutional conservatives aren’t the only ones who have a problem with Trump. He is sufficiently unpopular on the opposite end of the spectrum to bring out the hate hoaxers.

The Democrat-run media could get some serious mileage out of this shot:

phony-Nevada-Klansmen

But not after people have seen this one:

phony-Nevada-Klansmen

Looks like the KKK has become more diverse.

Congratulations, phony Nevada Klansmen. You made the Hate Hoax List.

On tips from rpp and Torcer.



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  • Rotohammer

    Did they got those costumes at KKK-Mart?

    https://youtu.be/NWXkHp_1bT8

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    Life imitates art…again. Blazing Saddles.

  • John27

    They’re from the KKKFC.

  • 762×51

    The full realization of the Progressive endgame cannot come without a race war which they have been working to foment for over 50 years. Blacks are their street troops, the cannon fodder of hope and change. The transition to hard tyranny will grow out of the bloodshed on American streets which these useful idiots will provide.

    Progressives have so many attack vectors in play now that conflict is right around the corner.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    The fact that they didn’t even bother to wear gloves shows how much they feel they can depend on the MSM not to use pictures that contradict The Narrative.

  • Stephen

    Even black kkk members support Trump. That’s drawing from all segments of society.

  • Wilberforce

    Speaking of the KKK:

    “David Duke: Voting against Trump is ‘treason to your heritage.’ ”

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/02/david-duke-trump-219777

  • 762×51

    Well, once you have endorsements from the KKK and Code Pink, what else id left to accomplish?

  • Torcer

    11 reasons this conservative would never, ever, ever vote for Trump
    1. Trump has no actual political record, but his previous political persona is liberal
    Typically, a major function of primaries is spent exploring the candidates’ records and past statements and comparing them against what they’re saying on the campaign trail. The reason is that politicians will say anything to get elected, so whatever they say during the campaign season is among the least important in judging how genuine or committed they are to principles. In Trump’s case, he has neither a governing record nor a voting record. So all we have to go on are his past statements. And he has a history of taking extreme liberal positions on issues of core importance to conservatives such as myself, as outlined below, on top of his history of donations to Democrats.
    2. He’s been a supporter of socialized medicine
    In his 2000 book The America We Deserve, Trump described himself as a “liberal” on healthcare and suggested the U.S. should look to Canada’s socialist system as a “prototype.” During a Republican presidential debate, he said the socialist systems in Canada and Scotland worked well.
    3. He thinks government should be empowered to trample on private property rights
    Back in November, when I pressed Trump on his record on private property rights, he said it was a “stupid” question and went on to defending government seizing private property from the little guy on behalf of big business. Property rights are a central pillar of a free society and any notion of human liberty.
    4. He will perpetuate the federal government’s war on youth
    5. He won’t respect gun rights
    At a time when gun owners are facing a major threat, with Democrats eager to impose more and more restrictions and the deciding Supreme Court vote up for grabs, Trump wouldn’t have respect for gun rights. In his book, The America We Deserve, Trump actually chastised the Republican Party for not embracing stricter restrictions on gun rights. “The Republicans walk the NRA line and refuse even limited restrictions,” he wrote, and then went on to declare, “I support the ban on assault weapons.”
    6. Trump doesn’t care about protecting the unborn
    7. I don’t want Republicanism that’s served with an entree of racism and sexism
    8. I don’t want to spend more money because of his promised trade war
    9. Trump doesn’t care about policy
    10. He’s a megalomaniac who doesn’t understand constitutional limits on executive power
    Trump spends an inordinate amount of his speeches talking about his sheer awesomeness. It’s tiresome and easy to mock, but it’s also a troubling character trait for somebody seeking the most powerful office in the world.
    11. He won’t appoint judges who will interpret the Constitution based on its original meaning
    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/11-reasons-this-conservative-would-never-ever-ever-vote-trump/article/2584098

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    Yuuge Broad Coalition!

  • Artfuldgr

    BLAZING SADDLES….

    Blazing saddles KKK mpg
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEy4Kcvw7LU

  • Artfuldgr

    Really torcer? so if yo lived in a democrat bastion and had to appeas them to do business, you would stand on principal, put your 30,000 employees out of business, and call it a day… and when your not famous, hope someone like you would know you existed and compliment you while throwing a dime in your cup bfore getting on the train?

  • Torcer

    I don’t believe anyone is forcing him to stay in that democratic bastion.

  • BPatMann

    Do a google
    search on klan outfits and look at the pictures of the real thing. You
    might notice that real klan hoods have a vertical crease in the center
    and that the portion covering the face is removable – unlike the ones in
    the picture. Furthermore, real klan hoods are not perfectly conical,
    yet the ones in the picture are. (In fact, the pictured hoods look more
    like Spanish Catholic capirotes than klan hoods.) This should alert any
    observer that a fraud is being perpetrated on them.

  • George Lortz

    Gotta bring in another movie tag—-Stupid as stupid does.

  • Robb

    false-flag racism?? i have now seen it all (i think..)

  • Skip

    You are not a conservative. And would you tell those who have followed and voted for the so-called conservatives for decades, what have they done for us in decades? Donald Trump 2016

  • Torcer

    Really, then how do ‘splain the 52,000 Tweets supporting conservatism?
    https://twitter.com/TorcerT

    I defy you to search through them and find any that support the organized evil that is Socialism.

  • 762×51

    Plus history shows that no business stays in a democrat bastion any longer than it has to. Detroit is the poster child for this phenomenon but many other cities have experienced it as well.

    The U.S. as a whole has seen it for decades, as socialism has risen, businesses have fled to other countries. Look at the Billions in business profits being sheltered off shore to escape taxes. It’s one of the principal ways socialism runs out of other peoples money.

  • Donna M

    Woweeeeee!
    Talk about coming full circle!
    We’re going backward in time,
    This is what PROGLADITES do, best!
    The big “fake out”!
    Killary, the barking dog!
    …and her constituents just eat her vomit, right up!
    Anti life, (abortion), woman rights, non existent micro aggression, keeping the ” black” guy/gal down…
    Blah, blah, blah!
    What is a scandal!
    The PROGLADITES have, supposedly, dealt with these issues and as it turns out, everyone is much worse off!
    Well, we’ll just leave the PROGLADITES in their “happy” place…and,
    Let them return to the vomit!

  • MAS
  • Hungjumper

    “…why Rhett, how many times have I told you to wash-up after a cross burning”

  • Alphamail

    .
    The above is a phony-progressive racial faux-pas that coincidently mimics the current ghetto thuglets’ (black) hooded lynch mob, which seeks to “knockout” white society – only the skin color is reversed. This calls to mind the overt hate for whites by Van Jones and the IRONIC name of his blatantly anti-white-privilege organization – “The Color of Change.”
    .
    Seeking to darken the color of America – both in pigment and in morality.

  • Donna M

    Hey A,
    Couldn’t agree more!
    Lemme’ say this…
    Ya’ know, there does come a time when we are, actually, all “equal”…
    It’s when we are all “equally”, dead…!
    It’s just some people experience their equality, sooner rather than later.
    Yep, that’s right!
    Not partially dead, not brain dead, but truly dead when all metabolic functions have ceased…
    Now, I laugh,
    The preferred pigmented haven’t figured out how to “cheat” death, yet!!!
    ‘Cause they certainly would if they could, but they can’t!

  • Torcer

    “as socialism has risen, businesses have fled to other countries.”
    And thus the reason socialist have to build walls with minefields to keep people IN!

  • Alphamail

    .
    They’re not cheating death, but it certainly seems they’re holding It and everyone else at gunpoint.
    .
    I’m not saying ALL – but we used to say “a few,” then we said “many” – if this new trend with the BLM, NBPP, and Sharpton types gets much worse, soon we’ll be saying “most.”

  • 762×51

    Exactly right. Capitalist countries build border fences to keep invaders out, Marxist countries build walls to keep a captive population in. Historically indisputable truth.

  • magic1114

    The guy in the robe should have showed up dressed as a Mau-Mau, complete with nose bone and spear. That one I’d believe…

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