The Ku Klux Klan is having a victory parade for Donald Trump in North Carolina

The Ku Klux Klan announced they are having a victory parade for Donald Trump in North Carolina

  • The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan announced on their website that they were having a “Victory Klavalkade Klan Parade” on December 3

  • No other detail have been released about the parade as of yet

  • The Loyal White Knights are believed to be the most active Klan group in the country

All around the country people are protesting to show their anger in regards to Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton in the Presidential Election.

While the streets of major cities are flooded with angry protesters, the Ku Klux Klan has decided instead to have a victory parade to celebrate Trump’s victory.

Loyal White Knights

The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan are a chapter of the white supremacist group based in Pelham, North Carolina. The group made the announcement of their “Victory Klavalkade Klan Parade” on December 3 via their website, along with a message that reads, “TRUMP = TRUMP’S RACE UNITED MY PEOPLE.”

Trump’s racially charged campaign quickly earned him the support of several white supremacists groups. The KKK rejoiced when they heard the idea of deported all Muslims, and building a wall to separate America from Mexico.

As of now, the KKK has not given any other details about the parade beside what is posted on their website. The phone number listed on the website goes to a voicemail that states “It’s about time we’ve put an end to this mess of Third World immigration into our white homelands.”

Immigration

The KKK has always been very outspoken about their beliefs on immigration. With some of the statements Trump made throughout his presidential campaign, it is no surprise that the KKK likes the guy and are wanting to celebrate his presidency.

The Loyal White Knights are said to be the most active Klan group in the country with an estimated 200 members. In whole, the KKK is believed to have 3,000 members across the country, with an unknown number of supporters.

While the Loyal White Knights may only have 200 members, they managed to bring attention to their group in fifteen states in 2015. Those states were mainly in the south and the east, and the attention was mainly due to the distribution of fliers.

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