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    In a Curious Switch, Ku Klux Klan Endorses Hillary Clinton

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    Will Quigg, claiming to be a senior member of the notorious hate group Ku Klux Klan, has endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton because of, as he explains, her "hidden agenda."

    A purported Grand Dragon of the KKK, Quigg claimed that he prefers Clinton over Donald Trump, stating, as his reasoning for the switch, that the Democratic candidate, "makes false promises in her presidential campaign." Quigg believes that once she becomes President, she will completely change her agenda.

    "She's telling everybody what they want to hear so she can get elected. Once she's in the Presidency, she's going to come out and her true colors are going to show," Quigg said.

    This claim sounds even more curious, given that in September 2015 Quigg posted to his Twitter account that Trump "is the only hope to get White America back" and, as such, received the racist group's full support. David Duke, the "Grand Wizard" of Ku Klux Klan, declared that "not voting for Trump" is a "treason to heritage."

    There have been suggestions that Quigg's move is a disingenuous ploy to detract from Clinton's appeal to Liberal voters who, seeing her endorsement by racists, would turn away. Quigg refused to reveal the sources that supplied him with his insider information on Clinton's agenda.


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