Neo-Nazi’s House Spray Painted With Anti-Black Graffiti After DNA Test Shows He Is 14% African

Poor Craig Cobb. This guy just can’t catch a break these days. He tried to take over the town of Leith, North Dakota, right near by Native American reservation land, and drive out non-”Aryan” residents, but Native American and other anti-racist activists showed up in force to shut down his scheme. Then some Native grannies played a game of “capture the flag” with his swastika rag… and burned it.

But then it turned out many of the houses he and his Neo-Nazi cronies purchased were not up to code. Then, he appeared on a daytime talk show and received the startling news that his DNA test revealed he himself is 14% Sub-Saharan African.
But now, upon returning to his Neo-Nazi haven of near-condemned homes,
he has found that some of his Nazi former allies might not be so keen on
having a 14% black leader.

Authorities with the Grant County Assistant State’s Attorney Todd
Schwarz said today that a man “painted on the house, ‘BACK IN BLACK,’
and he’s not an AC/DC fan.”

This was revealed when Cobb stated that this graffiti led to his
armed “patrols” of the area. But this escalation was not deemed
warranted, it was seen as illegal and terrorizing in nature. As a
result, Cobb was arrested.

“I’ve got a small community that is absolutely justified in being in
fear of this man and his escalation,” Schwarz added. “But ‘BACK IN
BLACK’ — there’s got to be some irony in it.”

What will happen next for Cobb and his Neo-Nazi group of followers?
Whatever it is, it is unlikely that it will happen the way that Cobb has
planned.

(Article by James Achisa)

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