Blacks for Trump: The Gods 2 Cult on the Campaign Trail




If you follow the 2016 Presidential campaign trail closely, you have most certainly seen video from recent Trump campaign rallies. If you do, you will notice an ever-increasing number of African-Americans in the background. They, and occasionally some white Trump supporters, regularly holding up signs emblazoned with the words “Blacks for Trump.” If that were all they said, then the anomalous ideological content of the sign-holders would likely be forever a matter of speculation.

Luckily, for students of conspiracism and anomalistic beliefs, that was not the case.


Meet Michael Symonette, AKA Maurice Woodside, AKA Michael the Black Man. Symonette is the man organizing the “Blacks for Trump” group at various Trump rallies in Florida and in recent Presidential debates. Symonette is also a former alumnus of the Yahweh Ben Yahweh cult.

After the prosecution of Yahweh Ben Yahweh’s charismatic preacher, Hulon Mitchell Jr, along with several other YBY members for conspiracy to commit murder and implicated in brutal case of mutilations and ritual beheadings (Michael was tried and acquitted), Symonette worked as a musician before starting an independent far right radio station in Miami espousing anti-gay, anti-muslim rhetoric. The radical politics, however, were part and parcel of the Yahweh Ben Yahweh tradition.

So what does the main African-American Trump supporter believe?

“One reason is because Hillary’s last name is Rodham, and their family members are Rothchilds, who enslaved 13,000 slaves as collateral … She’s also on camera kissing the head of the Ku Klux Klan and saying, ‘That’s my mentor.’ That’s all on my website.”

That website’s url,, is on most of the signs Symonette and friends bring to Trump rallies. But a visit to the website reveals a confusing mess of false hyperlinks, 48 pt. font doomsayer proclamations, and a confusing barrage of Bible verse citations and proclamations of the greatness that is Donald Trump and the sullen harlotry that is Hillary Clinton.

By Falsely accusing Trump of being a War Monger that’s why Hillary keeps saying on Liberal Media with Fox repeating naively that Trump might push the Nuclear button & she says she won’t put boots on the ground in Middle East which is the vally of Jehosaphat

The fact is she knows that she will cause Armageddon deliberately just being President because God has said she will not be saved, so because she’s doomed she wants everybody to be Killed to Rev.2:20-23.

Trump’s Female problems are phony because Deut.19:15-18, Exo.22:10 & the Constitution art.3 sec.3#1. Says u must have 2 eye witnesses to prove Guilt.

That’s right, he signs his writings on his website with his web url.

Here is an example of one of the YouTube videos linked on Symonette’s website, one of many dead links.

Symonette has been a major GOP supporter before Trump, at times supporting Rick Santorum and being lauded by Glenn Beck as proof of the existence of burgeoning Black Conservatism.

Before his vendetta with Hillary Clinton, Michael the Black Man sought a biblical battle with Oprah Winfrey.

Of course, Symonette, is not the only “Black for Trump.” Regularly joining him at Trump rallies are Eddie Jules and Anthony Williams. Jules ran for Miami-Dade County sheriff despite no experience and Kaufman is a self-proclaimed sovereign citizen and Hebrew-Israelite.

Here is Symonette, Kaufman, and Jules, posing for the camera.

Together, this trio, often good for a laugh in the Miami-Dade area are taking their show, and a few of their friends onto the Trump Train. If the regularity with which these three are brought to the front to be placed behind Donald Trump is any indication, they have truly found their true home.


If you can’t get enough of your new favorite crazy Michael/Maurice has a YouTube page under his real (?) name, Maurice Woodside, and it is all the scatological raving mess that his website is. A beautiful chaos, a perfect alternative to waterboarding.

Enter this rabbit-hole at your own risk.

Why Trump Supporters Are So Susceptible to Conspiracy Theories

Note: read The Paranoid Style in American Politics by Richard Hofstadter (1964). Trump’s campaign is not new in its blatant use of conspiracism, but perhaps in its ubiquitous use of conspiracy theory in a modern presidential campaign.


The paranoid style in American politics has its roots in a deep insecurity.

‘Christian Soldier’ Trump Supporter Describes Plans For Possible Race War After Election

Written by Curtis Purdy
Displayed with permission from GOPocalypse

Expect to find less toilet paper and bullets on store shelves for a while.

His name is Jim Moseley and if you aren’t white, or are white and not wearing enough Duck Dynasty apparel, it seems possible he could shoot you after the election. Jim was quoted in a report by the Washington bureau of The Toronto Star that he was preparing for “war” by stocking up on canned goods and ammunition for after Trump loses.

Once the trucks stop rolling, the grocery shelves will go empty and gasoline rationing will go into effect. Liberals will have targets on their backs, as their behaviors are pretty much evident … race wars will begin as well, as your skin color will be your uniform!

Those damned liberals.. always so evident by their behavior. You know how you can spot a liberal? Set a trap for them with a recycling bin. If they deny their plastic bottle’s freedom by throwing it in there, that’s when you jump ’em.

He lives in South Carolina, so if you know the guy you might not want to stop by his house if you drive a black SUV. He might mistake you for the Hillary police and start shooting from his attic window.

The Star interviewed Moseley previously, when they met him outside of a Christian book store. That was the time when Moseley informed The Star that he is a “Christian soldier,” and said that as a Christian he will be casting his vote for – as The Star puts it so eloquently – “an insult-spewing casino developer from New York who has said he has never once asked God for forgiveness, curses without provocation, used to support abortion rights and speaks proudly of his own greed.”

Moseley is a perfect glimpse into the end product of 8 years of Republicans running on nothing but apocalyptic fear and hatred of other people. I get that they have no new ideas, but isn’t it better to just repeat those instead of making U.S. citizens actually think they might need to start taking the lives of other people just because Trumpty Dumpty had a great fall in the polls?

Even folks on Trump’s short list of “fabulous people” are getting terrified at individuals like Moseley continuing to pop up as Trump keeps pushing the rhetoric that U.S. presidential elections are “rigged.” Even Senator Mike Lee, who is easily one of the worst conservatives in Congress, thinks this is just too much. Lee was quoted as saying “I think it’s frightening beyond my ability to describe. It’s almost an anticipated repudiation of the outcome of the election … It delegitimizes the entire process in a way that is really dangerous.” It’s funny how Republicans suddenly get reasonable when they are afraid for themselves.

Alternate Reality: Beliefs of the Conspiracists in their own Words. #2: Donald Trump’s Campaign against actual News.

This is the second entry in a series archiving the conspiracist worldview in their own words from interviews, from found documents, but predominantly from their own online publishing. Hyperlinked, and printed, just in case the original article is deleted.

Trump has regularly made use of conspiracy theories as a means of inciting ire, signalling his supporters and raising doubts as to the legitimacy of the American system of government. In the last days of this 2016 Presidential Election, he has claimed the election is rigged against him, the media is in cahoots with the Clinton campaign, and made allusions to an International (read, Jewish) Banking conspiracy all who stand opposed to him and who, thus, are evil and need to be taken out. This is not simple anti-establishment rhetoric. This is the first step in autocracy.

In the following article, Donald Trump tells supporters that he intends to take the next step in autocratic rule when elected, shudder to think.

Article published by The Hill, October 18, 2016. Reprinted invoking fair use for historical and sociological purposes. If Trump is elected President, this article will be taken down along with all mainstream media.


Trump: ‘Forget the press, read the internet’

Donald Trump told supporters Tuesday that they should stop reading newspapers and magazines and urged them to instead “read the internet.”

“Forget the press, read the internet,” the GOP presidential nominee instructed a crowd in Colorado Springs, Colo.

“I do get a lot of honesty over the internet,” he added later in his speech.

It’s unclear what websites Trump was praising. Figures at several outlets such as Breitbart News, the right-wing website formerly chaired by Trump’s campaign CEO Stephen Bannon, and Infowars, a site run by Alex Jones, a conspiracy theorist who rejects the government’s account of the 9/11 attacks, have been outspoken in their support of Trump’s candidacy.
Trump is working to make the theory that mainstream media outlets are part of a “rigged” system a central part of his campaign message. The system, in Trump’s telling, is a conspiracy to undermine his campaign and destroy U.S. sovereignty by opening the country’s borders on trade and immigration.
Trump’s conspiracy claims that Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and elite “globalists,” including a cabal of international bankers, are in cahoots with the media.
“Study over things,” Trump advised his rally crowd Tuesday. “Don’t go for the mainstream media.”
“Good news,” Trump added, “most of them won’t be around for much longer in my opinion. They’re going down.”
Trump has trailed Clinton in a series of polls nationally and in a number of key battleground states as the pair take to the stage for their last debate Wednesday, just weeks before Election Day.

Alternate Reality: Beliefs of the Conspiracists in their own Words. #1: Hillary Clinton and the Reptoids.

This is the first official entry in a series archiving the conspiracist worldview in their own words from interviews, from found documents, but predominantly from their own online publishing. Hyperlinked, and printed, just in case the original article is deleted.

The following, posted on Nevada County Scooper, gives an account of a very suspicious sounding alleged WikiLeak email, purported to be from Hillary Clinton campaign chair, John Podesta. Although Podesta’s interest in aliens and UFOs is well-known, the story still leaves quite a bit of room for skepticism.

Article publication was most likely Sunday, October 16, 2016. Reprinted invoking fair use for historical and sociological purposes.

Wikileaks: The Clinton Plan for Reptilian Control


Hillary Clinton denies involvement with the reptilian conspiracy.

London, England — The international non-profit journalistic organization Wikileaks released a series of Hillary Clinton campaign emails yesterday that suggest the United States government is working with an alien reptilian force to both control and enslave humanity. The leak, which is a part of the “Podesta emails” obtained by Wikileaks via Russian Hackers, reveals that Vladimir Putin and the Russian government has been actively battling these reptilian forces for over 60 years. More troubling however according to the emails, is that western democracies have been infiltrated by these extraterrestrial forces and have a plan to enslave humans once they complete control after the 2016 election.

“Those of us who are awake have known this for years,” said North San Juan, CA alien DNA “researcher” Skyy Wolford in a Scooper telephone interview. “They’ve been here for a long time, but it wasn’t until after World War II that they started to take over our governments. Where do you think the United States got their nuclear technology from?”

According to Mr. Wolford, you’re not going to see full-sized reptilians walking around the grocery store as they’ve “cloaked” themselves in a thin, outer-human skin.

“They make themselves look like humans, but underneath their fake skin they are ‘Reptos,’” continued Mr. Wolford. “Reptos cannot ever hide from us on this world, I will expose you for what you really are. But please do not mistake them for the dragon or grays that are here also. Remember, the dragons are bad like Clinton and [George] Soros, but the grays are fighting for us. You can see that Podesta is really worried about the grays winning. And Putin and Trump are working with them to kick the Reptos and the dragons off Earth. It’s really a mess.”

The details of this conspiracy to enslave humanity is detailed in obtained in an August 3rd, 2016 Wikileaks Podesta email number 10284 obtained by the Scooper. In the email, which is between Center for American Progress‘ Neera Tanden and Podesta discussing the “rising threat” that Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin pose to Reptilian plans.

Wikileaks Podesta email number 10284 obtained by the Nevada County Scooper.

The Clinton campaign has repeatedly denied any involvement with the Repto/Dragon conspiracy to enslave humanity, but when questioned about Secretary Clinton’s obsession with UFOs and Extraterrestrial life, media advisor Jim Margolis issued the following statement.

“We should not trust everything we read on the Internet. We should not trust a suspected rapist like Wikileaks’ Julian Assange with anything. There is nothing to suggest that Secretary Clinton is involved with, nor even believes such fairy tale things as a Reptilian takeover of Earth. As for her fascination with extraterrestrial life and UFOs, what American doesn’t share that curiosity?”

As for Skyy Wolford, he doesn’t like to tell everyone “I told you so,” but in this case he’s not making any apologies.

“Look, I told everyone about this over and over,” continued an exasperated Mr. Wolford. “And no one listened to me. They told me I was crazy and mentioned something about histrionics and Haldol when I warned people on Facebook. I’m instructing my followers in swing states to vote for Trump. Here in California, Hillary wins, so I’m voting for Jill Stein.”

(I am including another version of the “podesta email” in case the site takes down their host copy)


Just in case you are wondering, there was a WikiLeak podesta email number 10284. It was another boring conversation between Podesta and a WHO representative with the header RE: CALL w/ Potus. Apparently, they were trying to set up a phone call with the President. Boring, also not related to aliens.

Donald Trump says there’s a global conspiracy against him


Trump is seen here, gagging while he deep-throats his own hubris.

Photo Credit: Mike Segar/Reuters

Written by Chris Cilliza (Washington Post)

Donald Trump has never been one to shy away from embracing conspiracy theories.  This is the man who suggested that Ted Cruz’s father might have been involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Who insisted a malfunctioning microphone was the work of a media determined to keep him from winning. Who spent five years “investigating” whether President Obama is a U.S. citizen. (Turns out he is!) Who suggested that the death of Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia might have been the result of foul play. And who speculated about the circumstances surrounding the suicide of longtime Clinton confidant Vince Foster.

On Thursday in West Palm Beach, Fla., Trump — with his campaign reeling from revelations regarding lewd comments he made about women in 2005 and a series of allegations of groping — delivered the latest iteration of his stump speech. It was an address that can be summed up in a single word: “Conspiracy.”

Time and again during the speech, Trump castigated the media, the Clintons and the Clinton-media complex for what he described as a concerted attempt to not only smear him but to disenfranchise the voices of working people across the country.

“For those who control the levers of power in Washington, and for the global special interests, they partner with these people that don’t have your good in mind. Our campaign represents a true existential threat like they haven’t seen before,” Trump said.

“It’s a global power structure that is responsible for the economic decisions that have robbed our working class, stripped our country of its wealth and put that money into the pockets of a handful of large corporations and political entities,” Trump said. 

This is well documented, and the establishment that protects them has engaged in a massive coverup of widespread criminal activity at the State Department and the Clinton Foundation in order to keep the Clintons in power,” Trump said. 

“These attacks are orchestrated by the Clintons and their media allies. The only thing Hillary Clinton has going for herself is the press . . . without the press, she is absolutely zero,” Trump said.

This is a conspiracy against you, the American people, and we cannot let this happen or continue,” Trump said.

Conspiracy theories — and those who ascribe to them — are bulletproof. Anyone who doubts their veracity is seen as part of the “them” in the “us vs. them” dynamic of the conspiracy theorist’s world. Of course you would deny that the media and the Clintons are conspiring to get Hillary elected so she can pursue a globalist agenda and destroy American jobs. You just can’t see the whole truth. Or maybe you don’t want to!

The problem for Trump is that his argument has two major flaws: a) evidence and b) breadth.

On the evidence front, there is precious little. What Trump did in this speech — and what he has continuously done for months in this campaign — is assert a series of serious charges with no actual evidence to back them up. The media and Clinton are colluding? How? Why? When? Where? The New York Times is engaged in a non-journalistic smear campaign? The attorney general’s office is involved in a coverup of Clinton’s criminal activities related to her private email server?  And everyone but the people who support Trump are in on it.

On the breadth question, even if every person who attended a Trump rally or told a pollster they supported him believed his conspiracy-laden line of thinking, it wouldn’t be nearly enough people for him to be elected president in 26 days’ time. Trump’s base will be for him no matter what; the past few weeks have made that clear. But that base simply isn’t large enough to win him the 270 electoral votes he needs. And a message of “everyone is out to get me/us” seems unlikely to me to be compelling to still-undecided voters.

Trump’s Florida speech confirms that a bunker mentality has now seized the Trump campaign. It’s “us vs. them.” But there are too few “us” and far too many “them” to make it a viable election strategy.

What is Trump?


Today, in a scene highly reminiscent to another during the 2008 Election, an angry middle-aged White woman stood in front of GOP Vice Presidential candidate Mike Pence and said she was ready for a revolution.

“Our lives depend on this election. Our kids’ futures depend on this election and I will tell you just for me, and I don’t want this to happen but I will tell you for me personally if Hillary Clinton gets in, I myself, I’m ready for a revolution because we can’t have her in.”

For Mike Pence’s part, he fought back meekly, saying “Don’t say that.”

The feeling that this should give anyone who remembers the same scenario playing out when a middle-aged White woman told John McCain that she couldn’t trust Barack Obama because he was an “Arab.”

McCain’s redress seemed more to foreshadow the racial divisiveness that was to follow Obama’s Election.

“No, ma’am. He’s a decent family man [and] citizen that I just happen to have disagreements with on fundamental issues and that’s what this campaign’s all about. He’s not [an Arab].”

Still, neither Pence nor McCain can be entirely blamed for their complete inability to speak the truth when they are met with deluded supporters. Though they sought to minimize the offensive tone of the comments, they both sought to maintain the support of a electorate divorced of reality and, thus, both found themselves in situations far beyond their control.

Not so with Donald Trump.

Donald Trump is that electorate. He is that crazy.

Donald Trump is still more.

Donald Trump is the personification of America’s Jungian Shadow.

The true nature of Trump, his status as existential threat, his capacity to evoke messianic love and the visage of Judas, all stem from his nature as America’s shadow personified.

If the wealth of conspiracy theories put forward, or promoted, by Donald Trump are an indication of anything, they are an indication of the mindset of a demented megalomaniac.

But to say, simply and with no clarity of meaning, that someone is a demented megalomaniac is to lose the capacity to learn the lessons of the dementia and the megalomania.

The dementia, like Trump’s own literal dementia, is a hereditary. Much like Trump inherited his illness from his father, he was given his figurative dementia by his father as a result of his father’s obsession with success at all costs. Mentally divorced of reality and of humanity, Fred Trump passed on to Donald Trump the directive “be a Killer, be a King.”

The only defense Fred Trump should be afforded, he was only paraphrasing the true spirit of American Capitalism, mafia collusion and all.

What of the Trumps’ Hereditary Megalomania?

Megalomania hearkens to that old debate of Nature versus Nurture. And, as boundless consideration has shown, the debate is a misnomer. Fred Trump’s pomp and showboating was passed on to his vile progeny, but in the putrefaction that both Trumps found themselves borne in.

To be an American, born in America.

A White American, born in White America.

A White Male American, born in White Male America

A wealthy White Male America, well-heeled from decades of taxing the rich and newly released from the burdens of self-preservation, Donald was born with the greatest of all possible privilege. And  as the fiscal responsibility ebbed, so too did the apparent wealth of the Nation. The great wealth of fiscal responsibility was what Donald Trump bought in disrepair, refurbished, sold and pretended he created.

Your social location is a birthright. You were born right. Work hard, lie hard. Weaponize patriotism to sell apartments, to sell luxury, sell steaks, sell wine, sell yourself, to sell your country to itself as a wasteland in need of a great authoritarian megalomaniac messianic Judas.

A megalomaniac taught that all was his for the taking. Be a Killer, Be a King.

But though Trump was born a wealthy White American male in wealthy White male America, replete with privilege, there were others who saw the past as their White American utopia … and the past has passed.

Their White America was slipping, they feared.

Simpler times had gone away.

Were the best of times in the rear view of the ’72 Impala?

A growing cry.

A growl.

A groan.

The elemental scapegoating policy of old revived, never dead but hungry and lurking feral in the dark, waiting for fresh meat.

The poor White American male, complete with false consciousness and latent racial bias, timid enough when he found himself the able bread-winner, now bitter, seething. All at once, unwanted competition. Not just with men of other races, but women even?

Whom shall this man be, if not the “Man of the House?”

So, as he found himself in symbolic war at all sides, and even in the home.

And the dispatches of this war? Racial antagonism, conspiracy theories, eugenic pseudoscience, symbolic “culture wars,” and when all else fails, reject the “Establishment” when it refuses to re-establish your rightful hegemony.

Be a Killer, Be a King.

Until your anti-establishment messiah comes, you wait redoubling your divorce from the real through the creation of an alternative reality. The alternative timeline where you play the role of victim.

That’s when the megalomaniac strikes, like a coiled snake.



There will be more Donald Trumps. The shadow does not disappear, it can only be forgotten for a time.

It waits.