A white nationalist group that made robocalls on behalf of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Iowa is now targeting New Hampshire voters ahead of next week's primary.
"We don't need Muslims. We need smart, well-educated white people," says one of the voices on the call.
"I am a farmer and white nationalist," says another. "Support Donald Trump."
As CNN first reported Friday, the robocalls are bankrolled by William Johnson, a California attorney, through the American National Super PAC. Johnson is chairman of the American Freedom Party, a group designed to "represent the interests and issues of European-Americans," according to its website.
Johnson confirmed to The Huffington Post that he is responsible for the calls and said they went out to every landline number in New Hampshire.
"Donald Trump has a unique combination, politically, of populism with nationalistic sentiment," Johnson said. "He's forthright and doesn't back down."
You know it's just so nice that the racists finally have a candidate that they can call their own.
Don't you think?
After all the base of the Republican party wants what it wants.