Trump has seen hundreds of these tweets, and now he got into the act:
It’s far from the first time Trump tweeted outright racism. On November 22, he tweeted a meme made up by a neo-Nazi falsely claiming that 81% of white murders are done by blacks.
In July, he tweeted, “#JebBush has to like the Mexican Illegals because of his wife.”
The “white genocide” tweet follows a long campaign of his fans thanking Trump for “fighting white genocide.” I included some examples in my earlier article. Those white supremacists like Jared Taylor who support Trump’s immigration plan think that there are too many minorities “genociding” whites in America.
UPDATE: Trump tweeted another message about “white genocide” on January 25:
In case y'all missed it Trump retweeted another "White Genocide" account ok that's all carry on pic.twitter.com/viZwN8NuL4
— Kaileen Gaul (@KaileenGaul) January 25, 2016
NOTE: His birther campaign against Ted Cruz is pretty xenophobic, too:
Cruz did not renounce his Canadian citizenship as a US Senator- only when he started to run for #POTUS. He could be Canadian Prime Minister.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 23, 2016
UPDATE II: Neil Turner, aka “#WhiteGenocide,” is one of Trump’s favorite pundits. He RT-ed him more than once:
— Andrew Staroska (@astaroska) February 27, 2016
ADDITIONAL NOTE: Trump spokesperson Katrina Pierson, in 2012, attacked Barack Obama and Mitt Romney for having foreign-born parents. (George Romney was a natural-born American whose American parents were living on in a Mormon colony when he was born, and Barack Obama’s father was in America legally as a student.)
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) January 24, 2016