Race Doesn’t Matter? White Supremacist Grand Wizard David Duke Endorses Black Panther For Congress

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White Supremacist Grand Wizard David Duke Endorses Black Panther For Congress

An endorsement from Duke is an endorsement you can be proud of?

David Duke, a former Grand Wizard and self-described “white nationalist“, released a video Wednesday endorsing former Black Panther and current Moammar Gaddafi-loving New York City Council Member Charles Barron.

What, you ask, could these two possibly have in common? Why, anti-zionism of course.

Barron, you see, once called the government of Israel the “biggest terrorist in the world.” Duke thinks that’s just great, saying, “I certainly agree with Barron that Israel is the worst, rogue terrorist state on Earth.”

Barron’s opponent, Hakeem Jeffries, on the other hand, Duke calls a “complete zionist sellout to both the black people, and all the people of America” who has “sold his soul to the international Zio-bankers.”

Duke also says he disagrees with “Barron’s extreme, racist, even violently anti-white rhetoric,” referring to the time Barron appeared before the US Congress during a hearing on reparations and said, “I want to go up to the closest white person and say, ‘You can’t understand this, it’s a black thing’ and then slap him, just for my mental health.”

Additionally, Duke does not like Barron’s, nor Jeffries’, stance on affirmative action. Affirmative action, according to Duke, is the “Republican and Democratic establishment program of naked racial discrimination.” He adds, “If you want to call me a racist for defending equal rights, then so be it.”

A bigot supporting a bigot, what a surprise. Some say Duke has changed his ways but we think he hasn’t changed his spots in the least. Duke was just given two choices and forced to pick the one that he has slightly less hatred for than the other, and he picked one. Still a very spotted racist leopard.


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