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May 14, 2018 -- The co-host of The Political Cesspool disturbed the sensitivities of the far left by netting 40 percent of the vote in a local Tennessee election. 

Keith Alexander is a both a patriot and realist who ran in the Republican primary for assessor in Shelby County. 

Efforts of the media to demonize patriots with the "racist" pejorative seems to be backfiring. 

Newsweek stooped to quoting the discredited Southern Poverty Law Center in an apparent effort to besmirch Alexander. 

From Newsweek ▼

A man who was disavowed by the Republican Party for having ties to white nationalism still managed to pull in close to 40 percent of the vote in a primary this week for the role of assessor in Shelby County, Tennessee.

Keith Alexander, the man who ran for the position, was once a member of Council of Conservative Citizens, which the Southern Poverty Law Center designates as a white nationalist hate group. He also contributed to a weekly radio program called The Political Cesspool, and used his platform to disparage the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., according to The Commercial Appeal, a Memphis-based newspaper.

“[The Communists] had to give him plenty of money to keep him on task,'' Alexander told that radio show of King, "because if they hadn’t, he would have just gone on into doing what so many black ministers do, which is, to, you know, preying on his congregation… and chasing after the women in his congregation, too.’’


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