Even scientific evidence can’t convince a racist that his genes, like many people on this planet, are connected to The Motherland.
When Craig Cobb, a White supremacist who has made international headlines for trying to convert a small North Dakota town into a White man’s haven, agreed to take a DNA test for “The Trisha Show” to determine his ethnic origin, he likely did not expect the results to reveal that he is 14 percent African.
“You have a little black in you,” the host Trisha Goddard, a Black woman, said to Cobb.
Though he immediately dismissed the results as “statistical noise,” that didn’t stop the studio audience from responding with laughter and cheers. But Goddard, the good Sistah she is, tried to make him feel more comfortable with his colored side by giving him a fist bump. “So there you go bro,” she said to Cobb. But he recoiled and refused to acknowledge his “homegirl.”
He told the UK’s Daily Mail: I agreed to the test because I assumed it was science.’ Instead, he said, it was a scientifically bankrupt procedure, the product of ‘craven and debased executives,’ whose ‘goal is to shock.
Well, whether Cobb will admit it or not, he most likely was shocked and hid it pretty well behind the disdain he displayed over the results. Oh, and when he was asked how he would take it if a test he respected were to produce the same results, he replied in the most classy, White supremacist way possible: “Well if I did have any n*gger, we don’t want anymore of it.”
As NewsOne previously reported, Cobb is trying to convert the town of Leith, N.D., into a White man’s Kingdom. Cobb, who is a hate crimes fugitive in Canada, has been buying up property in the area in hopes of drawing more like-minded Whites to the town. Leiths only Black resident and his White wife, are already feeling the heat of their new racist neighbors.
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