The Undeclared White Supremacist Administration of Donald Trump


If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it must be a duck.” As a member of Alt-Right, and former executive director of the extremist blog ‘Breitbart,’ everyone is aware that Trump’s ‘chief adviser,’ Steve Bannon, is a white nationalist or commonly labeled ‘white supremacist.’ But who else in Trump’s circle of sinners shares Bannon’s beliefs? Personally, I believe the answer is most of them, including Trump.

Let’s begin with billionaire Robert Mercer. The last months of Trump’s campaign were financed by the man who formerly supported Ted Cruz. Along with his money came Kellyanne Conway and Steve Bannon. It is no coincidence that Mercer is also a primary supporter of Breitbart. Mercer’s politics are exemplified by such extremists as Alex Jones.

Jeff Sessions has a history of racist remarks and actions. Denied a federal judgeship over 30 years ago, he is now Trump’s Attorney General. Sessions is from Alabama, and it is not a surprise that he is very likely a member of the Ku Klux Klan.

Betsy DeVos, the Secretary of Education has a goal; eliminate public schools and deny quality education for our inner city children; most of whom are minorities. She recently hired a woman who claims that she was discriminated against because she was white. This same woman edited books for a white nationalist.

Trump displayed his racist beliefs constantly during his campaign, and continues to do so today. His executive orders have been focused on removing assistance for low-income and impoverished Americans. Most of these two groups are composed of minorities.

By association and their own actions, these three men and one woman are committed white supremacists.

Trump’s circle of sinners is the whitest and most male dominated group in modern history. They share one commonality; to advance the wishes of white, wealthy Americans.

If you’ve read this before, I apologize; but it’s true. The meaning of Trump’s slogan on his ridiculous red hats was not very subtle. It actually meant “make America white again.”


By James Turnage


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