As Donald Trump closes in to clinch the Republican Party nomination in today’s “Super Tuesday” primaries, the controlled media has launched an all-out attack on the maverick candidate, finally resorting to a totally false claim that the “Ku Klux Klan” had endorsed him.
The establishment’s attacks on Trump have reached a crescendo because they know that if he succeeds in winning all of the primaries—with the possible exception of Texas, Ted Cruz’s home ground—he will be unstoppable in his quest for the nomination.
In the opening parley to this attempt to sink Trump, the Jewish Supremacist hypocrites in the Anti-Defamation League used their tribal contacts in the controlled media to issue a claim that the Ku Klux Klan—and David Duke had “endorsed” Trump.
That claim is, of course, completely untrue. Firstly, as David Duke said on his website, he had not “endorsed” Trump at all, and had merely expressed support for the Republican candidate’s stance on “the catastrophic immigration into America.”
Duke went on to specifically say that he was “not willing to make an endorsement of the Trump candidacy because of his stated absolute subservience to the state of Israel.”
Secondly, Duke resigned from the KKK about forty years ago, and hasn’t been associated with that organization since then, so it is absolutely impossible to interpret his comments in any way as a “KKK endorsement” for Trump.
This is, of course, completely different to the ADL’s claims, which were nonetheless parroted by the controlled media as if they were fact.
However, all objective observers have come to known and expect lies from the organized Jewish lobby, so the ADL’s claims—and their repetition in the Jewish Supremacist dominated media—comes as no surprise.
When Trump was asked about the ADL’s claims on CNN, he refused to condemn anyone, saying that he did not know enough about “the groups” that CNN was talking about, and that it was unfair to expect him to disavow anyone without any knowledge of the organizations in question.
As reported by the Times of Israel, the ADL then immediately “sent the presidential candidates a list of racists whose endorsements it said they should reject.” The ADL’s demands that all candidates disavow anybody who the Jewish lobby disapproves of, reveals far more about their attitude toward Gentiles than anything else.
The Jewish lobby’s hatred of Trump—even though he is committed to Israel—is based purely on his policy of opposing illegal immigration into America, even though this is the exact same policy as followed by Israel, which the very same Jewish lobby supports. Despite all of this, Trump is still set to do very well in the Super Tuesday primaries.
He is even drawing white voters away from the Democratic Party, with nearly 20,000 Massachusetts voters officially dropping that party before today’s primaries.
According to Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin—the top election official overseer—nearly 20,000 voters have officially quit as registered Democratic Party supporters.
Galvin said more than 16,300 Democrats have shed their party affiliation and become independent voters since January 1, while nearly 3,500 more formally shifted to the Republican Party. In Massachusetts, independent voters can cast a ballot in the primary of any party.
The reason, he went on, was “The Trump phenomenon,” which was “exciting” the voters to turn out in larger numbers than ever before.
As mentioned before, Trump’s only chance of actually winning a presidential election—as opposed to winning the Republican nomination—lies in getting 65 percent or more of the white vote. If the Massachusetts defection is any indication, he might yet achieve this formidable task.