Presidential hopeful and media prostitute Donald Trump took to Twitter Thursday evening, erupting at not being included in the Hacktivist organization Anonymous’ KKK list.
The billionaire Trump, whose campaign has revolved around deporting over 11 million illegal aliens if he’s elected President, insisted that he was deliberately omitted from the list in an attempt by Anonymous to attack his character.
“Of course I should be on the list,” he told a crowd of old, rich, white supporters in Florida earlier Friday morning. “I should be number one. Just the fact that I’m nowhere to be found on it discredits the entire list.”
Anonymous coincided the Operation Hoods Off KKK information release of 500-1000 names with November 5th, Guy Fawkes Day, a day celebrated in Great Britain that dates back to 1605, when Guy Fawkes was arrested for plotting to blow up the House of Lords. The online Hacktivists have a history of fighting for social justice by unveiling private data of their social enemies.
Two days before the data dump, a leaked file incorrectly identified four U.S. Senators on this list, as well as several mayors and elected representatives. They all quickly took to the social media airwaves to denounce the validity of the leak and proclaim their innocence.
There are many people upset about the KKK list, including those who appeared on the inaccurate version. But as of this writing, Trump is the only person upset at not making the list.
“I invented prejudice. Prejudice is what makes America great. That and Celebrity Apprentice,” he said to a roaring crowd at a campaign stop in Ames, Iowa. “I have enough white sheets in my closet to clothe Liberace, only mine aren’t gay,” he went on, as the crowd started chanting “Donald J. for the KKK.”
At one point in his speech, he pointed to a poster of a Guy Fawkes mask and yelled, “Look at that face! Why would anyone believe an ugly loser like that?”
Several national polls show Trump to be narrowly leading the race for the Republican nomination over political outsider and religious neurosurgeon Ben Carson. Carson, who recently posited that the pyramids were built by the Biblical Joseph to store grain, told reporters that he’s quickly working on his next crazy statement in order to jump Trump in the polls.