Skip to main content

Sometimes, when people spend 50 years telling you who they are, you should believe them. Exhibit A from Friday's The David Duke Show, in which Duke laments the few impurities that sully the Party of European-Americans, and correctly identifies the significance of Trump's new campaign CEO, Breitbart's Stephen Bannon:

The media keeps portraying Republicans as a party of normal people with the occasional racist, but Duke's got it right. Racism and tolerance of racism are the norm, not the exception.

Then there was this throwaway line from later in the show, in which Duke volunteers that gun shows are a "great place to meet people of our stripe":

Believe them.