The KKK is publishing fake news inside free candy bags

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KKK members of the Loyal White Knights group in 2008. (Michael S. Williamson / The Washington Post via Getty)

The Ku Klux Klan (KKK) has been distributing candy inside tracts in Virginia, according to local police.

Police in Chesterfield County, Virginia, told the Chesterfield Observer they were receiving five phone calls from a deadly horde left outside between March 17 and 19.

The fly contained false statements relating to Native Americans, Native Americans and Jewish people, under the heading “Liberals – The World’s Best Party”.

They were signed by the Loyal White Knights of the Klux Klan, and put in plastic sandwich bags filled with sweets. Another chairwoman told the local newspaper that she was disappointed with the “bad” leaflets because “candy will eat children”.

However, police said their hands were tied because no charges had been filed.

A Chesterfield County police spokesman said: “At this point, distributing the fly in this way does not seem to be a crime, since the seller has not infringed on anyone’s property and distributing items in this way does not violate the law of defamation.

“As always, we encourage residents in the area to report any items or items left in the area.”

According to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the Loyal White Knights “follow the old Klan beliefs mixed with old Nazi beliefs”, and are known for “spreading racist, anti-Semitic, anti-false, anti-Semitism. and Islamic propaganda ”.

There are 35 to 40 groups forming the “Klan” in the United States, but the Loyal White Knights are “the largest and most Klan group in the country with about 100 members”.

They “participated in the first major conferences (and) also held secret parties and fiery ceremonies”.

79% of the KKK fake news coverage that AdL posted in 2018 was due to the Loyal White Knights.

In 2015, the group distributed pamphlets in Florida urging people to “help defraud” homosexual and “fraudulent” gay men.

In 2016, leaflets were sent to Alabama declaring that “obscene” material should be forced to urinate outside.