Will Quigg Backs Trump…No, Hillary. Surprise.
Ku Klux Klan Grand Dragon Will Quigg has backed Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid. A member of the KKK’s California branch, Quigg told The Telegraph he previously backed Republican candidate Donald Trump but was now supporting Clinton, a Democrat.
This is beautiful politics. Trump is getting heat for not renouncing the KKK, and now all of a sudden a Grand Dragon endorses Hillary. This response is tricky because you don’t want to give the Klan the avenue to respond nor undue respect, yet you want to let your supporters know that you are adamantly and fervently opposed to their beliefs.
Mr Quigg’s sudden and newfound allegiance to Hillary is based on her secret plans he’s seen from sources he can’t reveal. It certainly contradicts earlier statements. Last year, he sent a tweet to Mr Trump reading: “@realDonaldTrump. You Sir are the only hope we have of getting WHITE AMERICA BACK! WE all will be voting for you!”
@realDonaldTrump You Sir are the only hope we have of getting WHITE AMERICA BACK! WE all will be voting for you! CHURCH OF INVISABLE EMPIRE
— Wm. Quigg (@GrandDragonCa) September 17, 2015
I Mean Really
Will Quigg is hilarious. He was a part of the group of klansmen that got beat the f*ck up in Anaheim recently for holding a “white lives matter” rally. He was only saved from being killed by Jewish professor Brian Levin. This incident caused Quigg to reject the label of white supremacist in favor of white nationalist, but still hold on to his deep antipathy towards Jews. Klansman gotta klan.
Prof Levin, a former New York police officer, is skeptical of Quigg’s renunciation. “Based on his past statements, it doesn’t appear highly credible that he has changed his effusive allegiance to Donald Trump,” he said. “The timing seems suspect. I think this is a function of not wanting to undermine the Trump campaign.” Quigg still agrees with Trump on Muslims, Mexicans and immigrants.
Most sentient beings are suspicious of this endorsement, but Trump needed this break. Will Quigg and I don’t agree on anything most likely, but his reasoning for opposing Trump now (though highly suspicious) is not crazy:
We don’t like his hair. We think it’s a toupee. 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?
Clearly, Will Quigg is not the sharpest stick on the tree, but he is not alone with those comments on the Trump campaign. Still, come on.