Former White Nationalist On RNC's Racial Rhetoric - 2020-08-30

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F97.png Former White Nationalist On RNC's Racial Rhetoric August 30, 2020, Michel Martin, National Public Radio

ERIC TRUMP: They want to destroy the monuments of our forefathers. They want to disrespect our national anthem by taking a knee.

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: Your vote will decide whether we protect law-abiding Americans or whether we give free rein to violent anarchists, agitators and criminals who threaten our citizens.

MARTIN: Now, this language isn't new - the idea that they are dangerous, and they want to take over. But is there something else going on here? We reached out to Derek Black for his perspective. He was raised in a prominent white nationalist family. His father, Don Black, created Stormfront, the Internet's first and largest white nationalist site. And his godfather was former KKK grand wizard David Duke.

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{{cite news | first = Michel | last = Martin | title = Former White Nationalist On RNC's Racial Rhetoric | url = https://www.npr.org/2020/08/30/907720073/former-white-nationalist-on-rncs-racial-rhetoric | work = National Public Radio | date = August 30, 2020 | accessdate = September 16, 2020 }}