How Donald Trump is breathing life into America’s dying white supremacist movement

It involves, say, walking into a coffee shop or sitting on a train while carrying a newspaper with a Donald Trump headline. The Republican presidential candidate, Pendergraft told The Post, has become a great outreach tool, providing separatists with an easy way to start a conversation about issues that are important to the dying white supremacist movement.

“One of the things that our organization really stresses with our membership is we want them to educate themselves on issues, but we also want them to be able to learn how to open up a conversation with other people,” Pendergraft said.

Using Trump as a conversation piece has been discussed on a private, members-only website and in “e-news, stuff that goes out to members.”

In addition to opening “a door to conversation,” she said, Trump’s surging candidacy has done something else: It has electrified some members of the movement.

“They like the overall momentum of his rallies and his campaign,” Pendergraft said. “They like that he’s not willing to back down. He says what he believes and he stands on that.”

Source: How Donald Trump is breathing life into America’s dying white supremacist movement – The Washington Post

Donald Trump: U.S. should ‘possibly’ accept refugees

Isn’t this somewhat hypocritical? It’s okay to accept desperate people form the Middle East, but it’s evil to accept immigrants from Mexico and Central America. No difference. Currently there is a deluge of “illegals” flooding Europe. How do you draw the line as to who you are going to allow into country?

Republican front-runner Donald Trump said Friday that the Syrian refugee crisis is “so horrible” that he would consider allowing the U.S. to accept some of the displaced refugees.