KKK Members: Producers Ordered Us to Use N-Word, Bought Materials for Cross Burnings

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One of the most vile accusations liberals have made about conservatives — particularly during the recent presidential election — was that we are vicious racists who support the Ku Klux Klan.

The truth is that anyone who is truly a conservative and believes in God-given rights condemns the KKK and any other hate group that attacks people on the basis of skin color.

Unfortunately, that hasn’t stopped the liberal media from supporting the accusations against conservatives. But recent bombshell interviews with members of the KKK who were filmed for a television show proved that it was actually the liberal media provoking the hateful actions of the white supremacist group.

Producers for a TV documentary that was supposed to air on A&E but was abruptly canceled at the last minute allegedly fabricated portions of the filming and even provided the materials for a fake cross-burning, some of the subjects of the show told Variety.

The show, “Escaping the KKK: A Documentary Series Exposing Hate in America,” was produced by California-based This Is Just a Test — the same production company that made the “I Am Jazz” show about a “transsexual” little girl/boy.

Slated to air on Jan. 10, the show tracked the lives of KKK leaders in six states who were reportedly convinced to do the show after TIJAT promised to capture the truth about the organization.

The subjects of the show were encouraged not to file taxes on their cash payments, were presented with pre-scripted fictional story scenarios, and were asked to misrepresent their motivations and relationships to fit the show’s narrative, according to Variety.

They were even encouraged to use the “n-word” when referring the blacks, said Richard Nichols, grand dragon of a KKK cell in Tennessee who was part of the project.

“They kept asking me, wanting me, to use the word ‘nigger,’” Nichols told Variety. “I was sitting down being filmed and interviewed with the lights and the backdrop set up, and I said something and used the word ‘blacks.’ Then the producer interrupted me and said ‘No, no, no. We want him to use the word ‘nigger!’”

But perhaps the most disgusting thing this liberal production company did during filming was set up a fake cross-burning to make the show more interesting.

Sources told Variety that TIJAT paid for material and equipment to construct and burn wooden crosses and Nazi swastikas, and featured it on the finished version of the show as a real-life “induction” ceremony.

There’s no denying that members of the KKK have participated in cross-burnings for hateful and vile reasons, but it’s also despicable for liberal media company to be faking one to promote its narrative and make money.

Burning a cross symbolizes terror, hatred and racism. It shouldn’t be a money-making venture for a liberal group with an agenda.

If the liberal media truly cared about who was encouraging and supporting the KKK, perhaps they should look no farther than their own colleagues who paid KKK leaders $600 a day to say and do racist things on camera. Perhaps they should look no farther than their own colleagues who paid for and created a cross-burning scene for profit.

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Source: conservativetribune.com

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