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Hillary Clinton joined Donald Trump in receiving a Klu Klux Klan member endorsement because of her “hidden agenda.”

In the aftermath of a bloody brawl that broke out during a KKK rally, Will Quigg, Grand Dragon of California told Professor Brian Levin that his top choice for president would be Clinton.

Levin, director of the Centre for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, documented the rally and stepped in to try and protect Quigg from an angry crowd, yelling “don’t hurt him sir, don’t hurt him…this is not what Doctor [Martin Luther] King was about.”


Four minutes in, after the police arrived to put people from both groups in handcuffs, Levin cornered the man he protected to asked him some questions.

On Martin Luther King: “He was a communist and he was a pervert.”

On Adolf Hitler: “He was a great man at the beginning. He brought Germany out from, uh, the slums, and made it a superpower.”

On whites being superior: “Well, we are God’s chosen people. And it is proven.”

Quigg’s statements seem to resonate more with Donald Trump’s supporters that Hillary Clinton’s, leading some people to believe his Clinton endorsement was just a trick.

Quigg had formerly endorsed Trump, calling him “the last hope.”

Quigg maintained his reversal of opinion when The Telegraph interviewed him, maintaining that his support of Trump “was before we found out about what Hillary clinton’s main agenda was.” He also claimed to know Clinton’s hidden agenda.

She is telling everybody one thing, but she has a hidden agenda. She’s telling everybody what they want to hear so she can get elected, because she’s Bill Clinton’s wife, she’s close to the Bushes. [But] once she’s in the presidency, she’s going to come out and her true colors are going to show.

Quigg later thanked Levin, who is Jewish, for saving him, but insisted he still blamed the Jews for white genocide. During the conversation Quigg revealed enthusiastic support for Trump’s plan to ban Muslims from entering the U.S.

When pressed on why he retracted his support for Trump, Quigg claimed “We don’t like his hair. We think it’s a toupée. 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?”

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