Trump’s 100 Day celebration of himself was a chance for President Asterisk to safely avoid those vicious thugs at the White House Press Correspondents’ Dinner and be with the people he loves — Nazis, Nazi sympathizers, racists, idiots, and scum.
Over his campaign and through his actions as President, Donald Trump has won the seemingly indefatigable adoration of white supremacists — and since he was in central Pennsylvania, there are plenty to go around.
New York Magazine’s Olivia Nuzzi spotted some of Trump’s die-hard fans in the crowd:
Seen at the Trump rally in Harrisburg: pic.twitter.com/dBl3RHKJ73
— Olivia Nuzzi (@Olivianuzzi) April 29, 2017
The man whose head has a double-chin is the co-founder of Keystone United , which was known as the Keystone State Skinheads before their attempt at rebranding themselves in an effort to “break the stereotypes of skinheads being alcoholic thugs and violent drug-addicted criminals.” The tattoo on the back of his head appears to be a triskele, a three-pointed swastika popular among many segments of prominent and vocal Trump supporters — namely various white supremacists. He’s also covered with a number of common Nazi tattoos.
Interestingly, the Faithful did not do or say anything about the open Nazi and his friends (presumably also Nazis) but the Internet loved an opportunity to show what kind of people support Trump (and, of course, to mock the Nazis):
— Alt-Reba (@beccamerlot) April 30, 2017
— Dino (@AgeWithRage) April 30, 2017
— Meepps Marie (@MEEPPSison) April 30, 2017
@ZeddRebel I will never understand why the ones most interested in white purity are like the worst possible example of what white people have to offer.
— Daisy J Mayhem (@daisyjmayhem) April 30, 2017
— brian emo (@olivegarden69) April 30, 2017
— Toes (@Shinjukuku) April 30, 2017
— Shizuka Kobayashi (@ShizukaKobayash) April 30, 2017
— Michael Beveridge (@mickyb273) April 29, 2017
@Olivianuzzi There appear to be about as many Nazis as there are empty seats
— William LeGate (@williamlegate) April 30, 2017
@Olivianuzzi Why do all American neo-Nazis look like they’ve eaten about three regular European Nazis?
— Khal Duderino (@ElDudeAbides215) April 29, 2017
@Olivianuzzi I can’t see anything but his jeans riding up into his butt crack.
— dmbmeg (@dmbmeg) April 29, 2017
— thegif.gif (@username_frank) April 30, 2017
— Redacted (@xJessicaAdriane) April 30, 2017
— The Jaded Bastard (@ComKey) April 30, 2017
While Trump’s security did not escort the Nazis out of the rally (of course THEY were welcome), The Donald did order the removal of protesters who expressed dissent — because opposing voices are not welcome in Trump’s America.
Featured image via Twitter