The Chloe Black racist connection rears its ugly head again. This was the woman who served as an administrator at a school for blacks and Latino kids in Florida. Well, another family member has joined the fray. Derek Black, the son of Chloe Black’s husband, former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, Don Black, caused some controversy in the GOP. On Tuesday, he easily won a seat on the Republican Executive Committee in Palm Beach County. The committee kicked him off yesterday based on his family’s notorious racial hatred past.
“Well, I don’t know why he wants us,” said Chairman Sid Dinerstein. “But for sure we don’t want him, and we’re not going to have him.”Black’s father, Don, runs the racial hate Web site StormFront. The Web site is run out of a West Palm Beach house, where Derek, Don and Chloe Black live. Chloe Black is the former wife of white supremacist politician David Duke. Dinerstein said as soon as the committee realized who the Blacks were, it disqualified Derek Black because the committee said he hadn’t signed the party’s loyalty oath. The oath, according to Dinerstein, said members won’t engage in any activities that might be injurious to the Republican Party.
Derek Black said he’s not a Klansman. But, according to ABC affiliate, WPBF-TV, when he was 12 years old, USA Today did a feature story about how he wrote a children’s page for his father’s Web site. It was unclear whether Derek Black was still working with his father on the Web site.
These people have been in the news lately, but the committee did the right thing. There is no room for such racial bigotry in any organization that represents the public. These people are nuts, if they think any decent person would sit by and let them sink their hooks into our society and try to effect change without a fight. The young man says that he is not racist, but yet he cannot identify one ideological difference between his father and the KKK. So, in my opinion, if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, then it is a duck. These people have no place in elected office to make decisions that could affect all races. I don’t care how seemingly insignificant the office is, they have no business trying to effect any change.
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