January 1, 2015 9:30 am -

[su_right_ad]The relationship between David Duke’s white supremacist group and incoming House Whip continues to grow tentacles, as Anomaly reports based on a story in the Daily Beast about Duke adviser Kenny Knight.

Knight donated $1,000 to the Republican six years after Scalise gave a speech at a white nationalist conference associated with neo-Nazis.

This is the same House Majority Whip who claims he had no idea he was speaking to a room packed full with White Supremacists…

Gov. Bobby Jindal and Rep. Steve King also defended Scalise. U.S. Sen. David Vitter also threw in his support for Scalise amid the controversy.

“Poor Steve Scalise is getting a bad rap”, Knight said in an interview with the Daily Beast. “I don’t think Steve Scalise would come anywhere near a white hate group.” Although, he did, and Knight is affiliated with a notorious white supremacist.

Who amongst us have never accidentally stumbled into a room full of minority-hating skinheads?[su_csky_ad]



D.B. Hirsch
D.B. Hirsch is a political activist, news junkie, and retired ad copy writer and spin doctor. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

6 responses to David Duke Aide Contributed To Scalise Campaign

  1. Anomaly 100 January 1st, 2015 at 9:55 am

    Whoever didn’t see that coming, raise your hand.

    • Sam January 1st, 2015 at 10:04 am

      it’s just the tip

    • burqa January 2nd, 2015 at 8:06 am

      [burqa neatly folds his hands in his lap and looks off into the middle distance]

  2. KABoink_after_wingnut_hacker January 1st, 2015 at 10:19 am

    Scalise is not fit to hold national office in our country.
    If he wants to represent bigots from the racist states fine by me, but he should never represent America and certainly not be in Washington.

  3. Larry Schmitt January 1st, 2015 at 11:05 am

    Good think this doesn’t claim to be a news site, because this is not news.

    • burqa January 2nd, 2015 at 8:13 am

      The whole notion of confusing pundits with journalists began in earnest with Rush Limbaugh, circa 1980 when he began to spread distrust of news reporters and pretend he was giving “news” instead of opinion. it was a clever move to increase listeners, but it was not good for the country. The trend continues with Fox, which places pundits around and on news programs. People the next day forget what they heard on the news and what was given them by a pundit.
      A week ago I was at a friend’s house watching Fox news and counted 6 conservative pundits with agendas presenting “news” stories, one after the other, before they had a story given by an actual journalist.
      You gotta watch them mighty close, yesirreeee…….