You know, they have a word, it sort of became old-fashioned. It’s called a nationalist,” Trump said at a campaign event in Houston, where he rallied voters to support Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in November’s midterm elections.

And I say, ‘Really? We’re not supposed to use that word,’” Trump continued. “You know what I am? I’m a nationalist. OK? I’m a nationalist.

As the crowd in the Houston Toyota Center roared with applause, the president continued:

“Use that word. Use that word.

Radical Democrats want to turn back the clock. Restore the rule of corrupt, power-hungry globalists,” Trump said. “You know what a globalist is, right?

A globalist is a person that wants the globe to do well, frankly not caring about our country so much. And, you know what? We can’t have that.

Ever since Obama elected and the Republican party became a safe haven for disgruntled racists across America there’s been a growing nazi-like presence in modern America. They began as “The Tea Party” then it evolved into the “Alt-Right” {A way for Republicans to take advantage of the support of racists but calling the alternative right distances them from them somewhat} , but these days most of all the hate groups identify under one umbrella. White Nationalists.

From the beginning Trump has used coded Klan and Nazi language in a way that suggests he is not at all ashamed of his affiliations, but moreso smugly proud of them. He has defended them for murder and openly sympathized that nazis were getting a bad rap. Now that he has publicly declared himself a racist Nationalist the only thing left is re-election campaigning in full Ku Klux Klan regalia!

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