Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Talking Points: White Nationalist Supporters Are Undeterred by Trump’s Iowa Caucus Loss - Must take away MSM PRESS badge if fail to write 'white supremacist,' which Taylor & AmRen never advocate. --tma

Allegra Kirkland, Talking Points Memo, February 2, 2016
The founder of a white nationalist super PAC that launched a robocall campaign for Donald Trump in Iowa is undeterred by his favored candidate’s second-place finish, and plans to move forward with another robocall campaign to get out the vote for Trump in New Hampshire.
William Johnson, chairman of the white nationalist American Freedom Party and founder of the American National Super PAC, told TPM in a Tuesday phone interview that he believes Trump is “well-placed to move forward in the other primaries.”
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Johnson’s PAC made national headlines in January after it rolled out a robocall campaignin the Hawkeye State that lavished praise on Trump’s anti-immigrant policy proposals. The call featured endorsements from a Filipino-American minister, Rev. Donald Tan, and Jared Taylor, the founder of the white supremacist American Renaissance magazine. ...