September 22, 2016
Donald Trump To Win Black Vote After Hillary Clinton Exposed For Family Ties To KKK?

If Donald Trump was having trouble winning African-American votes before, he just caught a huge break. Breaking news revealed this morning that Hillary Clinton was hiding a dirty little secret, and it turns out her own nephew was a member of the Ku Klux Klan aka the KKK.

Radar Online revealed today that Hillary Clinton's family was involved with the Ku Klux Klan hate group.

This shocking news has the potential to end Clinton's political career. Hillary has tried to cover up the family's history for years, but when you're running for the President of the United States of America, there is not much you can keep hidden.

As it turns out, Jeff Welch, son of Hillary and Bill's stepsister Diane, was a full-blown racist who hated his famous family, the Clintons.

Welch frequently posed for photos with the KKK group with a smug grin on his face. Radar has posted an exclusive photo of Jeff with the racist organization's symbol and a flaming red cross in the background.

Hillary is going to struggle to win over the black vote after this information has been exposed.

Adding to her problem, the California Klan's Grand Dragon, Will Quigg, has donated $20,000 to the Clinton campaign.

Quigg has fully endorsed Clinton and has publicly offered political support.

"For the KKK, Hillary Clinton is our choice. A lot of people don't realize that."
Hillary Clinton has been accused of supporting the Jew-bashing, racist group in the past. In 1974, she called Bill's campaign manager, Paul Fray, a "f***ing Jew b*****d," according to reports.

While Hillary bashes Trump's supporters and even went as far as to call them "deplorables," her supporters are members of the Ku Klux Klan, which is worse?

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Hillary has tried to hide and cover up her family's secret for years, but she can no longer ignore the skeleton in the closet.

A Democratic Party insider said that this would ruin Clinton.

"Hillary is the hater — and this will sink her. She can't run from this scandal!"

Jeff Welch, Bill and Hillary's nephew, was a member of the Texas Klan before he died in 2006. Welch was a warehouse worker with previous convictions for drug dealing and forgery.

Welch was known to have said that he was embarrassed to have Clinton as a relative. He made sure to be photographed in many photos with the KKK in hopes of destroying the Clinton political reputation.

With the donations coming from California's KKK, it is clear that Hillary will not be rid of her late nephew's hate group.

Welch's maternal grandfather, Jeff Dwire, was married to Bill's widowed mother, Virginia, in 1969.

Welch joined the KKK white supremacist group back in 1992 after attending a Klan rally in Texas. The rally was protesting a federal court order to integrate public housing projects.

"I was right there carrying a Confederate flag."

Jeff boasted about his affiliation with the KKK until he died.

"Carrying that flag in the KKK rally made me feel like I was 10 feet tall."

Hillary Clinton's nephew was not the only tie that the presidential candidate has to the Ku Klux Klan.

In 2010, she publicly called Klansman Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia "my friend and mentor."

"Hillary's dirty racist linen has finally been exposed. I wonder if she'll show up wearing it at a Klan rally?"
Clinton's dear friend Byrd had previously confirmed joining the Klan at age 24. The senator claimed he joined the white supremacist group because he feared to fight alongside "race mongrels" and with the "blackest specimen from the wilds" in World War II.

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Robert Byrd helped to establish the Ku Klux Klan chapter in Sophia, West Virginia, and was even elected as the KKK chapter's "Exalted Cyclops."

Will this exposed information end Hillary Clinton's political career? Do you think Donald Trump might now win the black vote? Comment below and tell us what you think.

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