John Birch, KKK Endorse Willard Romney

8 Jul

If you think electing a Mormon is different than electing a Klansman President of the United States, I’ve got news for you: it isn’t. This is a man who sought the endorsement of Ted Nugent who said he believes we’d be better off if the South won the Civil War. If that’s not a call for bringing back Jim Crow laws, I don’t know what is.

Good old Willard is working with the Republican Party to help suppress votes. One Pennsylvania lawmaker admitted they have passed voter suppression laws to help Willard Romney win the election. Naturally, suppressing votes targets minorities, amongst other voters who are traditionally Democratic leaning. The statistics are listed below.

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This is just a manifestation of Willard’s true nature. It’s in his DNA. He is a product of years of Mormon upbringing and indoctrination. Mitt is a high priest in the Church priesthood hierarchy. Up until he was 31, he believed, as did all Mormons, that black people were “loathsome, filthy and lazy” and that no black could ever hold the priesthood until all white men had received it. But, in 1978, the Church received a “revelation” changing that teaching. Isn’t that what the KKK and the John Birch Society also believe? If you doubt Mitt’s affinity towards Bircherism, simply look at his support of former FBI agent, conspiracy theorist and BYU professor Cleon Skousen.  His admiration for such a character should give any American with half a brain cause for alarm.

Since the John Birchers are considered extreme, they’ve been replaced by the Mormons. A sub-group of the John Birch Society and a widely accepted group is known as the Freeman Institute. This is a group founded by, incidentally by Cleon Skousen. This was not an officially recognized LDS group, but rather a quasi-political body of deeply conservative stripe. Skousen’s name is well known among 20th century right wingers. His conservative credentials are impeccable and he is the author of several highly regarded books, including THE NAKED CAPITALIST and THE NAKED COMMUNIST. He is well-known among groups such as the John Birch Society. His Mormon racism fits very well into their rhetoric. Obviously having influenced Romney to the point of him adopting a racist slogan.

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“Keep America American” isn’t strictly a Ku Klux Klan motto, but they have used it in instances where silly foreigners have tried to infiltrate our god-given precious land that is the United States. Rand Paul and other Klan friendly representatives endorse Willard Romney. Of course they all do.

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You can see the anti-Obama racism in full swing in Mormon Paradise, Utah. This was the scene at a parade in Huntsville, Utah on the fourth of July. A farewell to Obama float was the main attraction of the parade. Teabagging candidates flourish in the largely Mormon Beehive State. The Teaparty is still a great bastion of racism too.

For example, you can go to Kentucky and get a Tea Party t-shirt proclaiming, “Yup, I’m A Racist”. They are not afraid to admit their racism and view Willard as their savior against this insidious Negro in the White House. The number of hate groups, mainly white supremacy groups is definitely on the rise. Every single mainstream white hate group seems perfectly fine with this Mormon candidate, even if his religion is completely different from their own. Just as long as his skin is white and he embodies the same convoluted values they do.  If you don’t quite understand what’s so different and frightening about a Mormon President, please click here for the real story.

For example, you can go to Kentucky and get a Tea Party t-shirt proclaiming, “Yup, I’m A Racist”. They are not afraid to admit their racism and view Willard as their savior against this insidious Negro in the White House. The number of hate groups, mainly white supremacy groups is definitely on the rise. Every single mainstream white hate group seems perfectly fine with this Mormon candidate, even if his religion is completely different from their own. Just as long as his skin is white and he embodies the same convoluted values they do.  If you don’t quite understand what’s so different and frightening about a Mormon President, please click here for the real story.

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I believe most of “them” are racists

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15 Responses to “John Birch, KKK Endorse Willard Romney”

  1. Grrace (@Grracy) July 13, 2012 at 10:57 am #

    Racists are seriously sick people. And have no business in our government. Anyone who knows one, I suggest you shun them from your family, from your employ, doing business, and from society.

    • Deborah G August 31, 2012 at 11:23 am #

      Don’t shun them…kick the shit out of them ! Yea, I said it !

    • Peter Grynch September 30, 2012 at 5:40 pm #

      You are completely correct! Every member of the Congressional Black Caucas should be immediately impeached for refusing to let a white Congressman who represented a black district join their caucaus.

      And of course when black voters were turned away from the polls by club-wielding felons, the felons were not prosecuted by our racist attorney general Eric Holder because of their skin color EVEN THOUGH THEIR VICTIMS WERE ALSO BLACK!

      Let’s have an honest talk about racism some day instead of the lunatic ranting of VEGASJESSIE.

      • vegasjessie September 30, 2012 at 6:09 pm #

        I’m afraid this is a case of pot calling the kettle “black”…..oh my.

  2. Ed September 4, 2012 at 11:51 am #

    Could you post a link substantiating your headline that the “KKK endorse(s) Romney”, thanks. ~Ed

    • vegasjessie September 4, 2012 at 1:32 pm #

      Obviously he wouldn’t make that public, but we have clues this is highly likely if not definite. His admiration for Cleon Skousen and his support by the John Birch society, combined with the use of “keep America American” motif shows how he’s a favorite of these folks. He didn’t seem to have a problem seeking Nugent’s endorsement, even after he made racist and downright threatening comments to the President. His latest descent into Birtherism panders to the White Supremacy crowd pretty obviously. I’d say with his history of sanctioned racism (prior to 1978, openly), his inability to sympathize with African Americans’ economic woes and his use of subtle (and not so subtle) racist trigger statements pretty much substantiates my claim.

      • Aries Stout September 30, 2012 at 9:43 am #

        Well you are full of it because the JBS all but endorsed Ron Paul and attacks Romney at every turn in the road there is no descent into birtherisim and will sympathize with the needy of any race YOU do not know Romney.

      • vegasjessie September 30, 2012 at 9:46 am #

        Actually, do you not recall the comment last month when Romney said, “no one ever asked me for my birth certificate?” He most certainly has descended into total birtherism, with his endorser, Donald Trump leading the charge.

    • Chris Anderson September 29, 2012 at 6:10 pm #

      http://www.snopes.com/politics/romney/slogan.asp

      FALSE Claims.

  3. Chris Anderson September 29, 2012 at 6:10 pm #

    And 25% of the blacks don’t have ID? BS How do they get food stamps. (Unless they are counting children)

    • vegasjessie September 30, 2012 at 8:39 am #

      The blacks are not the majority of folks receiving food stamps, my racist friend. Welfare is received by a white majority.

      • Pete October 1, 2012 at 12:34 am #

        He didn’t say blacks were the majority of people receiving food stamps. Try to read more carefully.

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