GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump took his road show to Alabama Friday night, appearing at Ladd–Peebles Stadium before a crowd estimated at 20,000, many of whom matter-of-factly shared their racist views with visiting reporters.
As Trump spoke to to his assembled fans and curiosity seekers, one man could be heard yelling "white power!" (see video below) in between breaks in Trump's stump speech.
Wearing what is becoming his trademark campaign speech golf hat reading "Make America great again," Trump hit many of his familiar themes, including bashing "illegals" whom he says are are destroying the U.S.
Trump again pitched building a wall between Mexico and the U.S. saying, "we're going to build it" while stating Congress could end the guarantee of citizenship for children born to immigrants in the U.S.
"The 14th Amendment — I was right on it. You can do something with it, and you can do something fast," Trump said. "In the case of other countries, including Mexcio, they don't do that. It doesn't work that way. ... We're the only place just about that's stupid enough to do it."
Trumps comments found favor with many in the cheering crowd with one local man, Jim Sherotta, 53, telling a reporter from AL.com, he'd like to see bounties placed upon the heads of undocumented workers coming over the border.
"Hopefully, he's going to sit there and say, 'When I become elected president, what we're going to do is we're going to make the border a vacation spot, it's going to cost you $25 for a permit, and then you get $50 for every confirmed kill,'" Sherota explained. "That'd be one nice thing."
Sherrota later stated that he was just kidding.
Speaking with the Washington Post, Cheryl Burns -- who was visiting from California -- told reporters she left behind a devastated state and that Trump is telling the truth about undocumented workers ravaging the country.
“There is no more California,” Burns said. “It’s now international, lawless territory. Everything is up for grabs. Illegal aliens are murdering people there. People are being raped. Trump isn’t lying about anything — the rest of the country just hasn’t found out yet.”
Washington Post reporter Dave Weigel, who is shadowing the campaign sarcastically noted this morning that his interviews with citizens of Alabama are "going well so far," with a local farmer telling him: "You probably think we're prejudiced, but my whole life we had n****rs work for us in the field. And they were n****rs. My daddy called them n****rs. I'm not ignorant. That's just the way I was raised. There's black people and there's n****rs. You live around here, you know the difference."
Watch the video below uploaded to YouTube by KillerGuy: