Hillary Clinton: KKK California Grand Dragon Supports Clinton For President

Patricia Ramirez

A prominent member of the KKK has pledged his support to Hillary Clinton in the 2016 U.S. presidential race. Will Quigg, a grand dragon for the KKK's California branch who is responsible for KKK recruitment across the Western U.S., had previously thrown his hat in the ring on behalf of Donald Trump, but it appears that he's switched both candidates and political parties. According to a report by the The Telegraph, the KKK leader has chosen to support Hillary because he says that she has a "hidden agenda."

"We want Hillary Clinton to win. She is telling everybody one thing, but she has a hidden agenda."
"It's my opinion – if you know what I mean, wink, wink. I don't want her to come back and say I'm slandering her."

Basically, KKK leader Quigg stated that he believes Hillary Clinton is going to do precisely the opposite of what she's vowed to do over the course of her campaign. According to the KKK grand dragon, Clinton is going to increase border security, and that Hillary is not actually against second amendment rights, despite what she might say to the left during her campaign speeches.

"She's just our choice for the presidency."

He reportedly gave an interview soon after, leading his interviewer to a hidden corner of a Home Depot parking lot so as not to be seen. There, he reiterated his antipathy towards Jews, calling them responsible for "white cultural genocide," or "race-mixing with whites, making the white blood un-pure." However, the California KKK grand dragon did offer thanks and gratitude toward his Jewish rescuer personally.

During the interview, he was asked why he no longer supported Donald Trump and why he decided to support Hillary Clinton for president. The KKK leader had a perplexing answer.

"We don't like his hair. We think it's a toupee. He won't do what he says he will do. He says he's going to build a 20-foot high fence along with border with Mexico and make them pay. How's he going to do that?"
"Based on his past statements, it doesn't appear highly credible that he has changed his effusive allegiance to Donald Trump. The timing seems suspect. I think this is a function of not wanting to undermine the Trump campaign."

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