David Duke Still has it out for ‘The Jews’…

David Duke has a fiery exchange with La. Senate debate moderator | TheHill – Duke squared off against GOP candidates State Treasurer John Kennedy, Reps. John Fleming and Charles Boustany Jr. and Democrats Foster Campbell and Carolina Fayard at the final Louisiana Senate debate. Later in the debate, the moderator also confronted Duke with a blog post on his website criticizing “CNN Jews.” “Well we have to start talking openly about any subject … and there is a problem in America with a very strong, powerful, tribal group that dominates our media and dominates our international banking,” he said, arguing that Jewish people are making large donations to Hillary Clinton. “I am not opposed to all Jews, I think there are a lot of great Jews, I think there are a lot of Jews I honor, but let me tell you something — I am against Jews or anybody else that puts interests of some other place, another country over our own country.”

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