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Send in the Fascist Clown



Is it just me or is it now completely obvious that Donald Trump is either a total kook or a brilliant Clinton operative sent to destroy the Republican Party from within?

Just look.
"Heil Donald Trump - THE ULTIMATE SAVIOR."
That's what Andrew Anglin, publisher of the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer, had to say in response to Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump's call for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States."
"Finally: someone speaks sense," Anglin wrote, pasting Trump's new proposal under the headline "Glorious Leader Calls For Complete Ban on All Moslems."
"Make America White Again!" his post concludes.
Anglin is not new to the white supremacy scene. In 2012, he launched a website called Total Fascism, where he also wrote about racist concepts, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center's Hatewatch blog.
Earlier this year, The Daily Stormer endorsed Trump for president. A number of other white supremacist groups have also thrown their support behind the billionaire reality TV star's candidacy. On Monday, Trump released a proposal on his website calling for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S. The idea was quickly condemned by Democratic presidential candidates and others.
Perhaps there is one bright note in all of this. Trump is bringing Americans together. Observe that I now agree with Dick Cheney.

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  1. How about a John Lennon video so we can pause and reflect on 35 years of making no advancement in stemming sense less gun violence.

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  2. Good idea @12:47 but I personally prefer to remember John on his birthday.

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