Almost like one of those Maury episodes, where we find out the baby's father. This one has a politically satisfying twist, though:
The white supremacist attempting to turn a small North Dakotan town into a ‘white enclave’ has undergone a DNA test which proves he is of Sub-Saharan African heritage, MailOnline can reveal.
Craig Cobb, 62, submitted to the test as part of The Trisha Show’s ongoing Race in America series and was given the results of the DNA Diagnostics test by the host, Trisha Goddard, to the whoops of her studio audience.
On hearing the results Cobb, who insists he is not a white supremacist but a Creator, a religion which favours ‘racial awareness’, immediately dismissed the news that genetically he is 14 per cent Sub Saharan African, 86 per cent European, as ‘statistical noise.’
He said: ‘I tell you. Oil and water don’t mix.’
With a fixed grin Cobb, a man who relies on a dizzying array of statistics to underpin his own agenda of racial discrimination and sexual intolerance, shook his head and tried to wave these ones away.
As the studio audience jeered and crowed in delight, Goddard insisted: ‘You have a little black in you.’
When the 55-year-old British host tried to fist bump her guest, with the words, ‘So there you go bro,’ Cobb visibly recoiled and twice refused to meet her touch.
Speaking to MailOnline Cobb said: 'I agreed to the test because I assumed it was science.' Instead, he said, it was a scientifically bankrupt procedure, the product of 'craven and debased executives,' whose 'goal is to shock.'
He said: 'When I told Jeff Schoep [leader of the National Socialism Movement] he just laughed.'
He described it as 'short science' used by a sensationalist television show to 'promote multiculturalism.'
When pressed over how he would feel if a test he respected were to show the presence of such DNA he said: 'Well if I did have any n**** we don't want anymore of it.'
He would, he said, consider himself a 'border guard for the purebreds.'
He explained: 'Keeping the peace if possible but if we have to fight, keeping the frontline in the war.'