Candidate: Keep state’s complexion white
“It’s a matter of black and white, says Ryan Murdough, Republican candidate for the State House in Grafton County’s 8th District.
No room for gray area. And no room for Asians or Hispanics or Jews or African-Americans or American Indians, either.
Just Americans. Real Americans. Plymouth Rock Americans. White Americans who bleed red, white and blue. Uncle Sam wants them. To anyone else, don’t let Lady Liberty hit you on the butt on your way out of New York Harbor.
You’re not welcome here.”
“I would like to preserve what we have before it gets totally out of control,” Murdough, a 30-year-old father of two young boys, said last week. “The more it becomes non-white, the more it’s going to become a much different place to live, for white people especially.”
He doesn’t have red horns and carry a pitchfork. He doesn’t have a little square black mustache or do the goosestep. And there are no white sheets hanging on a clothesline in his backyard.
Murdough says he’s nonviolent, that his vision for a new America can be achieved without resorting to genocide or imprisonment.
So please, don’t call him a racist. He says that’s not true.
“I would ask you about your version of racist,” Murdough said. “The word does not have a specific definition. If someone says, ‘You seem to hate people who aren’t white,’
I say no, so I can’t really be a racist, because I don’t hate them. I just don’t want to live around areas that are heavily, predominantly non-white.”
So there ya have it.