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North Dakota White Supremacist Finds Out He’s 14% Black [VIDEO]

Hard to believe that this is such a problem still in this day and age we live in, I guess some people will never learn. Which could be a reason that this story is even more hilarious. Do you remember that skit on “Chappelle Show” about Clayton Bigsby; the black white supremacist? Well, a talk show host in England named Trisha Goddard recently interviewed a guy named Craig Cobb, who’s trying to create a white supremacist community in a small town in North Dakota. During the interview, Goddard revealed the results of a DNA test, showing that Cobb is actually 14% Sub-Saharan African. Of course Cobb immediately denied it and claiming the test was rigged, calling it, “statistical noise”.

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