More on the (Lack of) KKK in NC

More on the (Lack of) KKK in NC

Since the election of Donald Trump, but before the official defeat of Gov. Pat McCrory, the media/Left cabal have been playing up the fraudulent (yes, call it “fake news”) rise and activities of the Ku Klux Klan in North Carolina.

Why? Well, because of Trump, McCrory, Red State, Republican legislative supermajority, HB2, strong economy, voter ID, GOP control of gerrymandering, etc. Anything to tie all of the above to racists is the media/Left’s desired agenda.

All these factors bespeak a power surge by the KKK — or at least, that’s what the media/Left wants the sheeple to believe. Witness the following headlines:

KKK Leaders Arrested For Stabbing Fellow Klansman Before Donald Trump Victory Parade (Int’l Business Times, complete with David Duke video)

Ku Klux Klan emboldened by Donald Trump’s election (Agence France-Presse)

Ku Klux Klan says it will hold a Trump victory parade in North Carolina (LA Times)

Ku Klux Klan supporters do Nazi salutes at rally in honour of Donald Trump (London Independent)

Ku Klux Klan parades in Roxboro celebrating Trump win (WRAL)

KKK parades through Roxboro for ‘Trump victory’ (Burlington Times-News)

Ku Klux Klan supporters give Nazi salute at North Carolina rally in support of Donald Trump (London Telegraph)

PHOTO: Rob Crilly's Twitter page

PHOTO: Rob Crilly’s Twitter page

That last article was by some British journalist based in New York named Rob Crilly, who apparently needed to get (far) out of the city and find him some KKK so as to fuel the global Trump narrative. He also popped up on with a report titled “I went to a KKK rally and saw the future of the alt-right.”

As I mentioned a few days ago, the media/Left is loving these KKK stories, even though they are simply repeats of each other, with no evidence that anything these miscreants are doing represents an actual “rally” or “parade.” Rallies are detectably large groups of people gathering together for a cause or purpose. Parades are long streams of slow-moving people walking and/or vehicles cruising to waving crowds. Whatever the dysfunctional, disorganized, barely existent “KKK” was doing was neither.

Let me explain via visuals.

This is a “parade:”


So is this:


Even this is a parade:

This, however, from the alleged Roxboro KKK “parade,” is not really a parade (despite the Times-Newsreporter’s excitement: “IT’S HAPPENING”). This is called “driving through an intersection:”

Likewise, as for a pictorial definition, this is a “rally:”


So is this:


But this is not a rally – it’s a truck with flags representing racist organizations:


Had the media/Left actually had any real photos of a “rally” or “parade” taken with their smart phone cameras, you can be certain they’d have shared them. But the mis-identified intersection “parade” and white supremacist truck “rally” were the best they could come up with. So either they are really dishonest or supremely stupid.

You can decide whether it’s one or the other or both.

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