• Democrat group calls for death of all Latinos in US in robocall

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    DES MOINES, IA (WCMH) - As central Iowa communities continue to
    mourn the loss of Mollie Tibbetts, an out-of-state neo-Nazi
    group is flooding the phone lines with robocalls to push a
    racist message.

    “She was stabbed in the back by an invader from Mexico,” the
    one-and-a-half minute call says, according to KCCI. The call
    begins with referencing Tibbetts’ death, allegedly at the hands
    of an undocumented immigrant.

    The call then takes a more disturbing turn, calling for the
    annihilation of all 58 million Latinos living in the United

    “Refound America as whites only and get rid of them now. Every
    last one,” the call says.

    According to KCCI, Road to Power, a neo-Nazi group that produces
    a self-described video podcast for white nationalists, has
    claimed responsibility for the calls. NBC News reports the group
    has been behind robocalls in other states, including one
    impersonating Andrew Gillum, a Democrat running to be Florida’s
    first black governor, and one that hit Charlottesville, Virginia
    last year after the deadly Unite the Right rally.

    Since Tibbetts’ murder, the Latino community in central Iowa is
    on edge and has even canceled events celebrating their heritage.

    “We had young people last week who were confronted even walking
    in parks,” said Joe Henry, a leader in the local Latino
    community. He’s afraid the robocalls may inspire individuals
    to commit acts of violence.

    “This takes us back 50 to 60 years,” he said. “This takes us
    back to lynchings, blaming a whole community.”

    https://www.kron4.com/news/national/neo-nazi-group-calls-for- death-of-all-latinos-in-us-in-robocall/1413218599

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