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San Francisco Woman Gets KKK Recruitment Letter on Her Doorstep

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A friend of mine lives in the Haight and saw a posting on NextDoor from one of his neighbors. Apparently she found a letter from the Ku Klux Klan on her doorstep and the point of it was to try to recruit her. Check out the letter below:


As you can see the letter is trying to scare white people into thinking that Black Lives Matter are convincing their followers into killing police. I mean, can you believe this shit?

This is America in 2016 folks. I really do think that the bullshit that Donald Trump has been spewing has emboldened hate groups like the KKK to start rearing their ugly heads.

Anyways, we will be keeping you updated on this as more info comes in.

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