The Nazi shooter of the Kansas Jewish Centers recently heaped praise on the leftist journalist and smear merchant Max Blumenthal, and reviled the Republican Party. Some in the media is trying to claim Miller is a right-winger.
Frazier Glenn Miller Jr aka Frasier Glenn Cross
Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. of Aurora, Missouri founded the White Patriot Party, a Nazi party, in the 1980’s. He is a former KKK member. He appears to have a small following of several thousand.
Miller shot and killed three innocent people outside two Jewish Centers in Overland Park, Kansas this past week. One of his victims was a 14-year old Eagle Scout.
American Power found a link to Max Blumenthal and Miller’s neo-Nazi forum. PJ Media posted some of Miller’s Nazi ramblings, check out this line from one of his rants: “Jew journalist Max Blumenthal exposes and explains this attempt by a foreign government Israel, to buy the presidential election for the neo-con, war-mongering republican establishment.”
How will the media explain Miller’s hatred of Republicans and his quote from a leftist journalist?
It’s time for leftists to admit to the violent, racist, and anti-semitic factions in their party.
To be fair, I don’t believe Nazis and other extreme hate groups are right or left per se, they are simply out-of-the realm extremists, violent, evil, and dangerous who often find a home in one party or another.
However, for all the efforts made by the left to portray conservatives as dangerous extremists, many haters hide out in the Democratic Party under the banner of Progressivism. In reality, the Nazis are as close to the left wing as the right. How the historians have managed to call Nazis right wing and get away with it is astounding.
One little side note, the mayor of Marionville, Missouri, this loser’s hometown considers Miller a friend and “kind of agrees with him.”
“He was always nice and friendly and respectful of elder people, you know, he respected his elders greatly,” Dan Clevenger told KSPR, laughing. “As long as they were the same color as him. [He was] very fair and honest and never had a bit of problems out of him.”
Clevenger later added that he “kind of agreed with [Miller] on somethings but I don’t like to express that too much.”