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VIDEO: Let's watch this white supremacist learn that he's part African

You might remember Craig Cobb as that crazy white supremacist who kind of looks like Lindsay Weir's guidance counselor from Freaks and Geeks. Cobb recently made headlines when he purchased a swatch of land in North Dakota and encouraged all of his like-minded brethren to move there to start a white power enclave.

VIDEO: Let's watch this white supremacist learn that he's part African

Screenshot via The Trisha Show

You might remember Craig Cobb as that crazy white supremacist who kind of looks like Lindsay Weir's guidance counselor from Freaks and Geeks. Cobb recently made headlines when he purchased a swatch of land in North Dakota and encouraged all of his like-minded brethren to move there to start a white power enclave.

For an episode of The Trisha Show on NBC, Cobb agreed to undergo DNA testing only to have his entire world shattered when he found out he's 14 percent Sub Saharan African.

The best part is when he refuses to fist bump Trisha Goddard. He dismisses the findings as "statistical noise" because, obviously, definitive scientific evidence is no match for the steadfast bigotry festering in the mind of a devout racist.

Speaking to MailOnline Cobb said: 'I agreed to the test because I assumed it was science.' Instead, he said, it was a scientifically bankrupt procedure, the product of 'craven and debased executives,' whose 'goal is to shock.'

He said: 'When I told Jeff Schoep [leader of the National Socialism Movement] he just laughed.'

He described it as 'short science' used by a sensationalist television show to 'promote multiculturalism.'

When pressed over how he would feel if a test he respected were to show the presence of such DNA he said: 'Well if I did have any n**** we don't want anymore of it.' [DailyMail]

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2493491/White-supremacist-Craig-Cobbs-DNA-test-reveals-hes-14-African.html

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