A white power radio show called Political Cesspool has reported that they were given a full media press pass to a recent Donald Trump political rally, despite the fact that legitimate media organizations like Huffington Post and Des Moines Register were denied the passes. Host James Edwards also has said that he was able to get an exclusive sit-down with Trump’s son Trump Jr. and the 20-minute long interview is set to be broadcast this weekend.
The political hate show broadcast an entire show from inside of the rally and Edwards says that Trump will be the first Republican candidate he has ever voted for – hooray!
Edwards posted this blog post in the afterglow of his wonderful rally:
“The ingredient in Trump’s historic rise that makes it so delicious is that it’s nuclear powered. It is unstoppable. It is impervious to foot-shuffling, complaints, whining, hysterical cries of ‘racism’ and so-called ‘white supremacism.’ Trump supporters don’t care and there is something undeniably infectious about Trump’s masculine attitude. He is a prototypical alpha male.”
But why would Trump, who has claimed that he is not supportive of the white supremacist groups that are campaigning for and supporting him, give such access to such a hate group? Maybe they hid their affiliations from the candidate? Maybe he had no idea? Absolutely not.
On the website for The Political Cesspool, their stated philosophy is “pro-white” and under a list of important principals for the show are these gems:
“1. We wish to revive the White birthrate above replacement level fertility and beyond to grow the percentage of Whites in the world relative to other races.
2. America would not be a prosperous land of opportunity if the founding stock were not Europeans. Therefore, we advocate for an America First immigration policy. You can’t have a First World nation with a Third World population.”
So remember, no matter how many times Trump waffles back and forth on whether or not he is happy to have the support of white supremacists, know that he absolutely and unapologetically is. Trump has invigorated white power groups in a way that no one has for decades. Make no mistake – Trump means every hateful, divisive word he says and if made president, he would usher in a new and terrible era of regressive and hateful politics.