Quote of the Day

[Content Note: White supremacy; racism; anti-immgrationism; antisemitism.]

"If Mr. Trump loses, this could be the last chance whites have to vote for a president who could actually do something useful for them and for their country."—A dude who runs a white supremacist website, whose name I'm not even going to mention because fuck him, in an article about how white supremacists love the fuck outta Donald Trump.

And why do they love him? Well, that should be obvious by now: It's because he's an inveterate, unapologetic racist.
In an interview on Wednesday with BuzzFeed News, [redacted, same dude as quoted above] further explained that his support for Trump was based on his desire for whites to remain the majority racial group in the United States.

"Why should whites want to be a minority?" he said. "Answer me that question. Why should we want to celebrate diversity when celebrating diversity means celebrating our dwindling numbers and influence? And to the extent that Trump succeeds in putting the brakes on immigration, he will also be succeeding at reducing the speed with which whites are reduced to a minority."

He added that this was the way "frankly that all whites feel, we just never dare say so."

[Another dude], who writes under the pseudonym [redacted] for the white nationalist blog [redacted] ("We don't want to see our peoples be submerged"), said in an interview that he supports Trump for other reasons. In addition to his staunch opposition to immigration, he also noted the candidate's positions on "trade, political correctness, and campaign finance."

"I like the fact that he's funny," Griffin added.
So. They don't just like him because he's a racist shitlord; they also like him because he tells it like it is, he says what "everyone" is thinking but refuses to say, and because he's funny.

Gee, where have I heard that before?

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