A white supremacist who wants to run for Congress from southwest Missouri defends his lawsuit to gain a place on the ballot after three political parties refused to accept him as a candiate under their labels. In a letter to the editor of the Springfield News-Leader, Glenn Miller says white voters “deserve the right to vote for a white man who will raise hell” about illegal aliens. He refers to members of Congress who suggest legalizing illegal aliens as “traitors.” He also criticizes what he calls the “Jewish-controlled media” which he says calls every white person who complains of the situation a “white supremacist” or an “anti-Semite.” He says Ozarkians will send him to Washington if he gets on the ballot. He’s filed a lawsuit to force state election officials to list him.
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