A Business Standard News investigation of white supremacist groups has found they are planning to attend the 2016 Republican National Convention, which will be held in Cleveland, Ohio.
Don Black, founder of Stormfront, a leading white supremacist website, said he was closely following the 2016 election.
“We need to pay close attention to the election,” Black told members of Stormfront. “Some of the candidates, like Donald Trump, are addressing our issues. Of the two parties, the Republicans more closely align with our views. But they need to get rid of that colored fella Ben Carson, he not too bright, like most blacks. The Democratic Party is full of darkies, beaners, queers, feminazis and Jews.”
Black, who donated to Ron Paul’s campaign, urged other white supremacists to attend the 2016 RNC convention.
“We need go there, start networking and get our voices heard,” Black said. “As long as we cover our tattoos and wear khakis and button down shirts, we’ll fit right in.”
Scott Terry, a participant at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) conference, defended slavery and called for a return to segregation.