When Hillary Clinton made her fiery address linking Donald Trump to racist, white supremacists, and other assorted riff-raff, she likely did not have KKK Grand Dragon Will Quigg in mind, largely because Quigg has endorsed her. The question arises, why would a leader in the venerable racist organization endorse the progressive candidate who does not support deporting all of the illegal immigrants? Why would he not support Trump, whom Clinton assures us is being buoyed by racists to whom he gives a wink and a nod?

The answer is simple. Neither candidate means what they are saying.

Trump doesn’t mean it when he says he is going to build the wall and deport all 11 million illegal aliens. Hillary doesn’t mean it when she supports amnesty for illegal aliens and wants to take away everyone’s guns. She has a “hidden agenda.” Quigg informs us he has “sources” that he cannot reveal.

Besides, he doesn’t like Trump’s hair.

One would be forgiven for believing that Mr. Quigg is a nut above and beyond his notions of Caucasians being God’s chosen people. But consider, Trump recently backed away from his stance on illegal aliens. At the same time, Hillary Clinton lies about virtually everything, especially actions she has taken that should land her in jail. A lot of people on the Bernie Sanders left believes that she is lying about her agenda as well, that she is a captive of Wall Street.

Her husband Bill once joked that a few years before the 2008 election, Barack Obama would be carrying his bags. Maybe Mr. Quigg is on to something.

In any event, the video the gentle reader below should find its way into Trump campaign ads. They can also add the embrace the Clinton’s consummated with the late Sen. Robert Byrd, who also was a high official of the Klan, and of Sen.

William Fulbright, an unrepentant segregationist whom Bill Clinton regarded as a mentor. The Clintons have never repudiated either man. The bottom line is, tossing stones at someone else when one lives in a glass house is never a good policy.