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Donald Trump - Standing Up for One of Their Own: White Supremacists Blanket Iowa With Robocalls For Trump

By Allegra Kirkland
Some registered voters in Iowa received robocalls Saturday from a white nationalist super PAC that urged them to support Donald Trump in the 2016 election.

“I urge you to vote for Donald Trump because he is the one candidate who points out that we should accept immigrants who are good for America,” Jared Taylor said on the robocall, paid for by the American National Super PAC. “We don’t need Muslims. We need smart, well-educated white people who will assimilate to our culture. Vote Trump.”

Taylor is the founder of the white supremacist magazine American Renaissance. The robocall included two more endorsements from a conservative Christian talk show host and the head of the white nationalist American Freedom Party.

Reverend Donald Tan, a Filipino-American minister and host of Christian talk show program "For God and Country," encouraged Iowans to vote for Trump by citing scripture.

“First Corinthians states 'God chose the foolish things of this world to shame the wise and God chose the weak things of this world to shame the strong,’” he says on the call. “For the Iowa caucuses please support Donald Trump."

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.

Iowa resident Dave Dwyer, who sent TPM a recording of the call, said over the phone, "I've lived in Iowa a long time and I've never seen anything like this."

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Suzanne. said...

"Johnson, who founded the PAC that paid for the robocall, notes that Trump did not authorize it."

Well, then, thar ya go.

We should listen to Louis Farrakhan, who agrees with Donald Trump that immigration from Muslim countries needs to be halted until their refugees can be properly vetted.


Ronald David Jackson said...

Oh so NOW you agree with Louis Farrakhan - LOL!!

Perhaps you should listen to what South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has to say about the likes of Trump - She DOESN'T agree with Donald Trump's bigoted tactics:


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