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White Supremacist PAC Breaks FEC Laws To Promote Trump

William Johnson of 350 South Figueroa Street, apartment #190 in Los Angeles, California established the American National Trump Super PAC in November of 2015. The stated purpose of this political action committee is to enable white supremacists to support the presidential campaign of Donald Trump. Johnson is the chairman of the American Freedom Party, an explicitly racist political party, with a political platform that begins with the statement, “White Americans should push back!” (Thanks to Stephen Kent Gray for pointing them out, along with their connection to James Edwards, who was given special privileges by the Trump campaign, to us.)

The American National Trump Super PAC has been active throughout the presidential primaries, paying to obtain data about Republicans’ telephone numbers and then setting up robocalls, though an automated dialing machine that plays recorded racist messages urging voters to get out and vote for Donald Trump.

One call featured the preacher Ronald Tan and Jared Taylor, publisher of a racist magazine and conference series full of statements such as this: “Blacks and whites are different. When blacks are left entirely to their own devices, Western civilization — any kind of civilization — disappears.” The Tan and Taylor robocall ran like this:

‘My name is Reverend Ronald Tan, host of the Christian radio talk show program For God and Country. First Corinthians states: God chose the foolish things of this world to shame the wise and God chose the weak things of this world to shame the strong. For the Iowa caucuses, please support Donald Trump. He is courageous and he speaks his mind. God Bless.’ ‘I’m Jared Taylor with American Renaissance. I urge you to vote for Donald Trump because he is the one candidate who points out that we should accept immigrants who are good for America. We don’t need Muslims. We need smart, well-educated white people who will assimilate to our culture. Vote Trump.’”

White Supremacist Pro-Trump Party

The most recent robocall from the American National Trump Super PAC is as follows:

“The American National Super PAC makes this call in support of Donald Trump. My name is William Johnson. I am a farmer and a white nationalist. This robocall goes out to all millennials and others who are honest in all their dealings. Mitt Romney has viciously attacked Donald Trump. Mitt Romney and his establishment conservatives are both mean spirited and dishonest. The white race is being replaced by other peoples in America and in all white countries. Donald Trump stands strong as a nationalist. Mitt Romney and his establishment conservatives pretend they don’t care. Mitt Romney and his mean-spirited, establishment conservatives protect big moneyed interests where captains of industry reap billions in profits while the working man struggles to make ends meet in a rented apartment. Donald Trump is a populist. He cares about the working man. Vote Trump.”

In the United States of America, we have freedom of speech. That means that it isn’t against the law to be a white supremacist.

It is, however, against the law for a political action committee to spend money to support or oppose the campaigns of federal political candidates without reporting their spending to the FEC.

That the American National Trump Super PAC has been spending money to help the Donald Trump for President campaign is a matter of public record. However, the political action committee has not sent information about this spending to the FEC, as is required by law.

The FEC has already sent a warning letter to the American National Trump Super PAC, warning that it has failed to submit required reports, and may face financial fines as a result.

The time has come for the FEC to take the next step, and impose those fines on the American National Trump Super PAC, to shut it down. The FEC ought to be hauling William Johnson into court, stopping the racist robocalls, not as a form of censorship, but as a matter of applying campaign finance law.

However, the FEC won’t do that. The reason: Republican and Democrats appointed to run the FEC refuse to work together, and so, the regulatory body is unable to move forward to enforce campaign finance law. It’s a free-for-all, and a great deal of money is flowing into some very dark places, with no transparency.

4 thoughts on “White Supremacist PAC Breaks FEC Laws To Promote Trump”

  1. John says:

    More misinformation and biased liberal reporting going on here. Trump had never been affiliated with any white power organization. Do they support him? WHO CARES? When did a particular group of people supporting a presidential candidate equate to the personal, private beliefs of said candidate? I mean it’s not like Donald had attended any KKK rallies, or marched down the street with David Duke to show his support for the group. Now there was a president in office rather recently that was inclined to show support to known racist organizations that have also been involved with stirring up violence against police and innocent civilians alike. Now if I could just remember…… Oh yes! It’s our current commander in chief! Take a look…..
    New photographs obtained exclusively by reveal that Barack Obama appeared and marched with members of the New Black Panther Party as he campaigned for president in Selma, Alabama in March 2007.

    The photographs, captured from a Flickr photo-sharing account before it was scrubbed, are the latest evidence of the mainstream media’s failure to examine Obama’s extremist ties and radical roots.

    In addition, the new images raise questions about the possible motives of the Obama administration in its infamous decision to drop the prosecution of the Panthers for voter intimidation.

    The images, presented below, also renew doubts about the transparency of the White House’s guest logs–in particular, whether Panther National Chief Malik Zulu Shabazz is the same “Malik Shabazz” listed among the Obama administration’s early visitors.

    Tomorrow, J. Christian Adams, the Department of Justice whistleblower in the New Black Panther Party case, will release his new book, Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department (Regnery).

    The book exposes Obama administration corruption far beyond the Panther dismissal, and reveals how the institutional Left has turned the power of the DOJ into an ideological weapon.

    Adams’s book also describes, in detail, the Selma march at which then-Senator Obama was joined by a group of Panthers who had come to support his candidacy.

    Among those appearing with Obama was Shabazz, the Panther leader who was one of the defendants in the voter intimidation case that Attorney General Eric Holder dismissed. Also present was the Panthers’ “Minister of War,” Najee Muhammed, who had called for murdering Dekalb County, Georgia, police officers with AK-47’s and then mocking their widows in this video (7:20 – 8:29).

    Injustice includes a disturbing photo of Shabazz and the Panthers marching behind Obama with raised fists in the “Black Power” salute.

    There are even more photographs.

    I have learned that Regnery initially received approval from a person who took pictures of the events in Selma to publish these additional photographs in Injustice.

    After the photographer wrote Regnery reversing his permission to include the photographs in Injustice, the images were removed from the photographer’s Flickr account. Yet we were able to capture them before they disappeared.

    The photographs show Obama sharing the same podium at the event with the Panthers.

    In the first image, Shabazz stands at the podium, surrounded by uniformed Panthers, including Muhammed. In the second photograph, Obama commands the same podium.

    Here are the images:

    The First Amendment allows photographs of such enormous public importance to see the light of day. Cases, including one involving skimpy photographs of Miss Puerto Rico, have established that fair use and the First Amendment allow publication of these photos.

    It is true that then-Senator Hillary Clinton and Al Sharpton were also in Selma at the same event. But the Panthers explicitly came to Selma to support Obama, as Adams details in Injustice.

    They spoke with Obama at the podium shown above, and departed together with Obama for the main march itself, as shown by this grainer image captured from YouTube:

    Obama seems not to be reviled by the Panthers in any of the video or photographs. And Obama’s own campaign website would post an endorsement by the New Black Panther Party in March 2008. As Adams writes in Injustice:

    Somehow, the fact that the future President of the United States shared a podium with leaders of the New Black Panthers, marched with them, and received a public, formal greeting from their party has vanished from the history of Obama’s campaign. Apart from [Juan] Williams’ single dispatch, no other media outlets ever reported it.
    After NPR initially reported that the Panthers were present at the event with Obama, subsequent reports from Selma omitted any mention of the hate group appearing with the future President.

    Had any of Obama’s opponents appeared at an event with the KKK or Aryan Nation, The New York Times would have had to double its ink buy.

    Obama’s appearance does much more than expose mainstream media hypocrisy. It also exposes an association between a vile racist organization and a future President of the United States. Only the degree of association is subject to debate.

    And only a few voices outside the mainstream media have continued to press the Obama administration about its past and present ties to fringe groups.

    I have been calling for the White House to disclose which Malik Shabazz visited the private White House residence on July 25, 2009, two months after the DOJ voter intimidation case was dismissed. So far, the White House has refused to do so, leaving open the question of which “Malik Shabazz” appears in visitor logs released to the public.

    To reiterate: nobody, including Adams, is suggesting that Obama is a secret member of the New Black Panther Party. At a minimum, however, the events in Selma expose the media double standard that has buried this story until this week.

    The mainstream media should ask Obama a few questions before they rush to his defense:

    What did he and Malik Zulu Shabazz say when they conversed that day–something that Shabazz has said happened?

    Did the Obama campaign play any role in having the Panthers travel to support his presidential ambitions?

    Who posted the Panthers’ endorsement on the Obama campaign’s website, and at whose instructions?

    Who–finally–was the Malik Shabazz who visited the White House residence on July 25, 2009?

    It took me less than 30 seconds to obtain this information on Obama. Did you do any stories on this when he was running?

  2. Stephen Kent Gray says:

    The Third Position, Third Way or Third Alternative is a political position that emphasizes its opposition to both communism and capitalism. Advocates of Third Position politics typically present themselves as “beyond left and right”, while syncretizing ideas from each end of the political spectrum, usually reactionary right-wing cultural views and radical left-wing economic views.

    Third Positionists often seek alliances with separatists of ethnicities and races other than their own, with the goal of achieving peaceful ethnic and racial coexistence, a form of segregation emphasizing self-determination and preservation of cultural differences. They support national liberation movements in the least developed countries, and have recently embraced environmentalism.

    The term Third Position was coined in early 20th century[citation needed] Europe, and the main precursors of Third Position politics were National Bolshevism, a synthesis of nationalism and Bolshevik communism, and Strasserism, a radical, mass-action and worker-based form of Nazism, advocated by the left-wing of the Nazi Party until it was crushed by the Night of the Long Knives.

    Political scientist Roger Griffin dismisses Third Positionist claims of being “beyond left and right” as specious. He argues that Third Positionism is an ideological mutation of the far right, which rejects both Marxism and liberalism for a synthesis of palingenetic ultranationalism with either socialism, distributism, corporatism or anarchism.

    In the United States, the Political Research Associates argue that Third Position politics has been promoted by some white nationalist groups, such as the National Alliance, American Front, and White Aryan Resistance, as well as some black nationalist groups, such as the Nation of Islam, since the late 20th century.

    Third Position adherents in the U.S. actively seek to recruit from the left by attempting to convince progressive activists to join forces to oppose certain government policies where there is a shared critique, primarily around such issues as the use of U.S. troops in foreign military interventions, support for Israel, the problems of CIA misconduct and covert action, domestic government repression, privacy rights, and civil liberties.

    In 2010, the American Third Position Party (Now later renamed as American Freedom Party) was founded, in part, to channel the right-wing populist resentment engendered by the financial crisis of 2007–2010 and the policies of the Obama administration.

    If Republicans only knew this! They hate anyone with ties to anti capitalists if they know about it. But apparently the don’t. They have no problem with racists, but anti capitalists should obviously be a problem for them.

  3. Stephen Kent Gray says:

    Some people consider the FEC to be unconstitutional. Therefore, they don’t abide by FEc regulations as they think they are illegal.

  4. Stephen Kent Gray says:

    There have been recent robocalls from them in Utah recently!

    Why were they sent? “I sent the robocalls out because Utah is a strong family-values state and America and the West is gripped by an extreme and fatal malady: failure to marry and have children. The white birth rate is so astonishingly low that Western Civilization will soon cease to exist. I felt that Evan McMullin typified that perfidious mentality.” The Superpac chair said.

    Here is the worst point as Donald Trump is up in the polls in Utah now. The white nationalist robocalls worked on the voters of Utah apparently.

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