— Ryan Knight 🌊 (@ProudResister) November 3, 2018
Courtesy of The Root:
“Years ago, the Jews who own the American media saw something in me.” the call begins, in a voice that no sane person would think was Oprah Winfrey, adding: “The ability to trick dumb white women into thinking I was like them and to do, read and think what I told them to. I see that same potential in Stacey Abrams.”
“Where others see a poor man’s Aunt Jemima, I see someone white women can be tricked into voting for,” the call in which you are supposed to be outraged by continues. “Especially the fat ones.”
Jesus that is so incredibly offensive that it almost gives offensiveness a bad name.
The ad is by some outfit called The Road to Power, and this is not the first time they have let their KKK flag fly.
Courtesy of ADL:
The Road to Power, a white supremacist and anti-Semitic broadcasting outlet based in Sandpoint, Idaho, continues to ramp up its tactic of robocalling communities nationwide with racist, anti-Semitic and bigoted language.
The calls, which have targeted communities in California, Idaho, Iowa, Florida and Pennsylvania, seek to exploit current events by disseminating vile, offensive commentary. Robocalls are a relatively low-cost and easy means of communicating hate and allow callers to mask their identity while reaching a wide audience.
The man behind Road to Power, Scott D. Rhodes, is a white supremacist who achieved local notoriety in late 2017 when police linked him to the distribution of white supremacist propaganda at Sandpoint (Idaho) High School, harassment of a Sandpoint resident, and threatening, anti-Semitic calls that included recordings of Hitler.
In addition to robocalls, The Road to Power posts racist and anti-Semitic videos and commentary on bitchute and Gab, platforms that have voiced no objection to hosting white supremacist and extremist ideologues. The video episodes include screeds against “kikes” and “jungle animals…Negroes.”
Well, they seem nice.
You know it must be a real challenge to pack such a short robocall with so much misogyny, racism, and outright hatred but these chuckleheads managed to pull it off.