Tuesday, April 05, 2016

White supremacist group floods Wisconsin with robo-calls on Donald Trump's behalf.

Courtesy of Injustice.in: 

William Johnson, the leader of a self-proclaimed “white nationalist” group is sponsoring robocalls claiming to flood “every Wisconsin landline” urging voters to support Donald Trump ahead of the State’s Republican primary Tuesday, continuing a disturbing trend of public support and funding from white supremacists/neo-Nazis that began with the Iowa caucuses. 

According to the Journal Sentinel, Johnson spent $6,000 to call every Wisconsin landline with a recorded massage, which begins with an older woman saying that “Trump will be a fine president,” promises that he “will respect all women and help preserve western civilization,” and then concludes by describing Johnson as a “farmer and a white nationalist,” mentioning his American Freedom Party and the American National super PAC.

Well nice to know that despite a dip in the polls there is one group willing to stand firmly with Donald Trump. 


  1. Anonymous4:00 AM

    This is old news; it's the 5th or 6th state in which this has happened. It's about time it made it to the mainstream media.

  2. Leland4:36 AM

    I wish ALL political robocalls were banned!

  3. Anonymous4:43 AM

    Yes. Mr trump has full support from "certain" people. And also the "constitutional sheriffs of America" the cspoa. Its clear that the continuous gun shows through out America have successfully bred mental illness and a few more possible voters for the face of the right. Have a prime Tuesday America.

  4. Anonymous8:19 AM

    OT NYC Debate:

  5. Has the American Freedom Party given up on Bob Whitaker?


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