Many of you will remember Alabama Judge Roy Moore for his righteous defense of the displaying of the Ten Commandments in his courtroom a few years ago. Judge Moore is now running for Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.
As it turns out, a former guest of The Political Cesspool Radio Program has contributed to his campaign and we all know what that must mean!
Yep, Judge Moore must be a “racist!”
The Montgomery Advertiser, which is the daily fish wrap of Montgomery, Alabama, has turned this “connection” into a major story.
Nearly two-thirds of Roy Moore’s funding in his race for chief justice has come from a Maryland-based attorney who has affiliations with extremist groups, including a Killen-based organization that advocates secession from the union and has been called “explicitly racist” by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Michael Peroutka has contributed $50,000 to the Moore campaign over the past two months, making up the vast majority of the $78,000 that the former chief justice received through Dec. 31.
Moore said during a Thursday interview that the money came from Peroutka and his brother. The former chief justice also said he was not aware of Peroutka’s affiliation with the League of the South, a group advocating secession, or of his appearance on The Political Cesspool, a Memphis, Tenn.-based radio program that advocates white nationalism. …
Peroutka did not return multiple messages left at his Maryland office Wednesday, Thursday and Friday seeking comment.
The attorney was the 2004 presidential nominee of the Constitution Party, a third party that, among other issues, opposes abortion, same-sex marriage, the federal income tax and the direct election of U.S. senators. …
The Political Cesspool, where Peroutka has been a guest, is hosted by James Edwards, who the Anti-Defamation League calls a white supremacist and who has called “forced integration” a “march toward totalitarianism.”
Moore said he did not share the beliefs of Edwards or the League of the South, and that neither he nor anyone in his campaign had “secession ideas.”
“A lot of the donors to the Southern Poverty Law Center have some weird ideas, but that doesn’t necessarily make their organization unlawful,” he said.
Moore also criticized the SPLC for filing suit to remove a Ten Commandments monument he installed in the Alabama Judicial building in 2001, while serving as chief justice.
Moore’s refusal to remove the monument despite a federal court order led to his removal as chief justice in 2003.
Beirich called The Political Cesspool, which has had Peroutka as a guest, “the premier hate station in the United States.”
Among The Political Cesspool’s statement of principles is the revival of the “White birthrate above replacement level fertility” in order to “grow the percentage of Whites in the world relative to other races.”
On his blog, Edwards has called slavery “the greatest thing” that happened to blacks.
Bill Nigut, Southeast Regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, said The Political Cesspool’s guests have included “utter white supremacists” and Holocaust deniers. He stressed, however, that appearing on the show did not necessarily mean a guest shared Edwards’ views.
“At the same time, given that he does often provide a forum for hateful, bigoted points of view, you have to wonder why anyone in the mainstream would want to appear on that program,” he said.
Well, there you have it, folks! To suggest that an increase in the White birthrate would be a good thing qualifies one as a “White supremacist.”
And surely there is no Black in Africa today that wouldn’t trade places with his brother here in America. Nobody here has ever endorsed slavery, as the disingenuous reporter who took that quote out of context well knows. To say the day when one arrived in America was the greatest thing that could have happened to them is simply a fact.
Make no mistake about it; these radical leftists are not “anti-racist.” They are anti-White.
And our success to give them fits.
Judge Moore may let the baseless attacks against me cause him to do the “White wimp shuffle,” but I’m glad I’ve got a legion of loyal fans who are always there to back me up as I take the important message of equal rights for European Americans to the syndicated airwaves each week.
* * * ADL/SPLC-to-English translator * * *
I know there are a lot of newbies around here, as this radio program and blog welcomes new fans each week, and you may be shocked at some of the ugly language in the reports above. That’s alright; it’s only because you don’t understand that the way the ADL and SPLC uses words is not the same way most people use them. So I’ve included for you a handy ADL/SPLC-to-English dictionary:
White supremacist – anybody who doesn’t hate White people
Anti-semite – 1. any non Jewish White person; 2. everyone who’s ever met Abe Foxman
Extremist – normal American
Holocaust denier – someone who asks questions about WWII the ADL doesn’t want asked
Neo-Nazi – any White person who openly disagrees with a Jewish person
Racist – a White person
There! Now, read the articles again, and they will make a lot more sense.