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Trump's White Nationalist Delegate: 'Whites Are So Afraid To Be Proud Of Their Heritage'

William Johnson, white nationalist California delegate told CNN that Mr. Trump is the real deal'
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Donald Trump took a lot of heat when Mother Jones broke the news that a white nationalist named William Johnson, was selected as a California delegate.

Even though Trump's campaign is blaming a data base error, it's probably too late for him to be removed.

Johnson went on CNN with Jake Tapper and discussed how it all happened.

Tapper then asked why he liked Trump, “Mr. Trump is the real deal. He will not govern by public opinion poll. He says what’s on his mind.”

"Right now in today's society, they're passing around the word racist, more and more. Everybody is being called a racist nowadays."

Usually, only racists are called racists, like skin heads, the KKK, Pat Buchanan and of course, white nationalists.

Tapper asked Johnson if he believed "the white race, or the European white race, is the superior race - is that your view?"

William Johnson continued, "“I believe that Western civilization is declining and dying out in every country around the world that has traditionally been white. Europe is being replaced by immigrants from Africa. America, the same thing’s happening here, and so I believe that we need to be aware of this precipitous decline in the white race. And it's good for people to be proud of your heritage, whatever heritage that might be, but particularly for white people because the whites now are so afraid to be proud of their heritage because they're called bad name.”

Damn, he sounds just like the character Tom Willis, in Law and Order episode called "Hate."

These are the types of people Donald Trump's campaign is really energizing.


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