|Look at his message of Making America Great Again. See what it brings.|
One of the supporters of Donald J. Trump has gotten a lot of attention. Her activism for her candidate is complimentary, but her artwork covering her body is the talk of the nation.
Grace Tilly and her family are supporters of Trump. She is volunteering for the campaign.
But when PBS News Hour interviews her the public notices the tattoos. Tilly's arms are covered with White extremists tattoos. The woman hails from Fayetteville and she is a phone bank operator.
The segment showed Tilly hard at work but the folks over Gawker was first to report, the show made no mention about the young women having tattoos of Odin's Cross and the number '88' on her hands.
These are both "white power" themed tattoos. The '88' numerical code for "Heil Hitler".
Tilly and her husband Farron, both deny their White extremists. They're first time voters and they have a lot of love for Trump and his message.
The husband tells PBS that "I hate everybody the same, so I'll never be racist. All these protesters, and all this stuff, and people saying he's racist and the Black Lives Matter, you know what? 'Red lives matter', because we all bleed red."
|Pete Tilly is phone banking for Trump. He's a proud White man hoping Trump could make America great again.|
Trump is currently the frontrunner for the Republican nomination. He is breaking the Republican Party up. He won a majority of the states holding nominating contests on Tuesday, accelerating his march to a possible contested convention.
He said that he wants to build a "HUGE" wall across the U.S.-Mexican border. He wants Mexico to pay for it. He wants to ban Muslims from entering the United States. He will deny entry for any Syrian refugees. He believes that cops aren't treated with respect by #BLackLivesMatter activists. He said that he will repeal Obamacare, He will use the failed senate nominee Connie Mack's Mack-Penny bill. He will nominate Supreme Court justices that could end abortion, gay marriage and voting rights.
Trump's supporters are likely involved in White extremism. The toxic rhetoric from Trump, Ted Cruz, John Kasich and Republicans are whistling the language.