Hillary Endorsed by KKK Leader, Media Look the Other Way

"Once she’s in the presidency, she’s going to come out and her true colors are going to show."

Donald Trump isn't the only presidential candidate getting an awkward endorsement from the KKK, although he likely will be the only one pressured to disavow it by the progressive-biased media.

Will Quigg, 48, a grand dragon of the Ku Klux Klan’s California chapter and responsible for recruitment in the western United States, threw his dubious support behind Hillary Clinton a few days ago, according to the Telegraph. So far, crickets from the mainstream media about it.

“We want Hillary Clinton to win,” Quigg told the Telegraph. “She is telling everybody one thing, but she has a hidden agenda. She’s telling everybody what they want to hear so she can get elected, because she’s Bill Clinton’s wife, she’s close to the Bushes. [But] once she’s in the presidency, she’s going to come out and her true colors are going to show."

“Border policies are going to be put in place," he continued. "Our second amendment rights that she’s saying she’s against now, she’s not against. She’s just our choice for the presidency.”

He didn't reveal how he knows this about Hillary's supposed agenda. “I cannot reveal my sources,” he said. “It’s my opinion - if you know what I mean, wink, wink. I don’t want her to come back and say I’m slandering her.”

Quigg had previously expressed apparent support for Trump:



That, Quigg claims, “was before we found out about what Hillary Clinton’s main agenda was. David Duke, we found out, was supporting Donald Trump and we have nothing to do with David Duke.”

Quigg’s disavowal of Trump came after Quigg and half-a-dozen Klan cohorts were involved in a violent brawl after being ambushed by anti-racism campaigners in Anaheim, when they tried to hold a “white lives matter” demonstration. Quigg suffered a broken wrist, fractured ribs, and a dislocated knee. He and an elderly fellow Klansman were saved from worse by the intervention of a Jewish professor.

This gesture apparently did nothing to lessen Quigg's antipathy toward Jews, whom he argues did not suffer in the Holocaust the way it is generally reported. He claims that Nazi concentration camps had swimming pools for their inmates, who were given days off “to allow the men to have sex with their wives.”

He backs Trump’s temporary ban on Muslim immigrants and plan to expel 11 million illegal immigrants, so asked by the Telegraph why he no longer supports Trump, Quigg replied:

“We don’t like his hair. We think it’s a toupee. He won’t do what he says he will do. He says he’s going to build a 20-foot high fence along with border with Mexico and make them pay. How’s he going to do that?”

Regardless of whether his support for Hillary is sincere, the media aren't falling all over themselves pressuring her to disavow the endorsement. They aim that kind of spotlight only on Republican candidates.

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