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Oh Look, White Nationalists Co-Sponsor A Trump Rally

Official! Roger Stone and everything!
Oh Look, White Nationalists Co-Sponsor A Trump Rally
Image from: via Media Matters

The thing that jumped out at me right away in the image above...

"Eternal Sentry." They sound nice!

And of course they are a White supremacist group decrying the Jewish! International! Conspiracy! Trump 2016!

Trump's kids must be so proud.

Media Matters reports that this rally in Cleveland "on July 18, coinciding with the first day of the Republican National Convention." I have to assume that it's the same rally that Roger Stone and Alex Jones, who are co-sponsors and speakers at the event, were planning in this video I ran last month -- the rally where Jones and Stone are going to wear ball gags to protest how they are being forced to give oral sex to George Will. Oh no, I am not making that up:

The two claimed that local officials are trying to stoke violence among the various RNC demonstrators, which led Jones to wonder if they should hold a rally before the convention where “we all wear gag balls in our mouth.”

Jones said that if Trump is somehow defeated at the convention, we will reach the point where he will be forced to give b**wjobs to people like George Will: “At what point do I not get on my knees then and bow down and ask George Will to pull it out? Do I bow to George Will and say no to George Will, ‘I’m not getting on my knees and do a you know what’?” (h/t Right Wing Watch)

Media Matters has all the details about how the Eternal Sentry co-sponsors of this rally are against the forces of "white genocide" defined as "“Multiculturalism, atheism, environmentalism, feminism, globalism, homosexual ‘marriage’, transgenderism, and abortion."

But really, once you know "Eternal Sentry" is co-sponsoring the Republican "rally with the ball gags", you have all the information you need.

It's kind of sad that the Presidential nominee who did the strip tease at the Libertarian Convention is going to appear sane and presidential once we emerge from the Cleveland RNC.


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