Getting an endorsement from the KKK, or the Grand Dragon, or from whatever hate group out there is about as relevant as a Bernie Sanders sweep in Tuesday’s primaries, in that while it may make interesting news, in the final analysis it’s meaningless.

In that although this character the Grand Dragon in the KKK, Will Quiig, has just switched his support from Trump to Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton, Clinton did not seek his endorsement, thus it’s meaningless.

Even though Quiig made this bizarre statement “We want Hillary Clinton to win. She is telling everybody one thing, but she has a hidden agenda”, that statement on its face is also meaningless, unless you’re someone who believes in connecting the dots, then that statement becomes quite interesting, if one knows the history of Clinton's admiration for a former Grand Wizard of the KKK, the honorable late Sen. Robert Byrd, who was her political mentor and helped get her into politics.

Ironically the “dishonest media” as Trump loves to reference them, actually attempted to tie Klux Klan leader David Duke to Donald Trump, because Trump wasn’t quick enough to denounce Duke, unlike Clinton who had a cozy and personal relationship to the late Sen. Byrd for decades.

I guess it all depends on what side of those KKK’s you’re on.

Do you think Hillary has sympathetic ties to the KKK or is this all just talk?

Sound off with your thoughts in the comments section below.

h/t: Young Cons


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