By: Earnest Jones | 01-01-2017 | News
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KKK Bogeyman Rigged By A&E: Actors Paid Cash To Make Racist Comments

The paranoid left came up with the KKK bogeyman, this might catch many by surprise since many thought that KKK was instituted by Republicans, the truth is that KKK was run and founded by Democrats. Most KKK leaders, founders and grand dragon masters were Democrats. It’s no surprise that the same Democrats running the KKK advocated for the gun control to disarm blacks.

Following the extinction of the KKK group, the left-wing filmmakers, show producers and propagandists have strived to keep the fears of the KKK alive by faking KKK documentaries that involved paying actors.

Nearly every KKK hate crime in U.S. is likely to be a hoax. It’s been discovered that whenever a cross is burned in someone’s yard or spray-painted comments about black people are sprayed on their house, it is then discovered that the victim is an accomplice of the crime.

Most people in America are faking KKK hate crimes compared to the actual hate crimes. At the present day and age, KKK devotees are almost non-existent and hard to find. A&E had a hard time when they wanted to film a hate documentary that purported to film KKK gangs on camera, they could not find such people.

An interview with Variety reveals some shocking admission from KKK leaders who revealed how they were encouraged with promises that the program would capture truth concerning life in KKK. The participants were also encouraged not to file taxes on cash payments for participation in the filming, they were also presented with pre-scripted fictional stories, asked to misrepresent their actual identities, and relationship with others. In order to eliminate any doubts from viewers, the participants were instructed on what to say on camera as they re-enacted camera shoots repeatedly.

In a statement made by one of the featured subjects as the Grand Dragon of a KKK cell, Richard Nichols, the equipment that was used to construct Nazi swastikas and burn wooden crosses was purchased by the production team. Nichols also reported that the producer encouraged him to use the term nigger.

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