There is a lot of attention on the Council of Conservative Citizens since Charleston mass murderer Dylann Roof’s manifesto claimed them as the inspiration for his violent and racist ideology.
There has been some media attention on Kyle Rogers– who we’ve covered before— with his enthusiastic support for the flag worshipping, neo-confederate group The Virginia Flaggers. We also know that piling all the C of CC blame on Kyle’s shoulders is inaccurate; there are others on the board of the CofCC that deserve focus as well.
One of the heads of the CCofC, Earl P Holt III, slithered from under his rock for this occasion, because while the wolves of the mainstream media were ripping Kyle’s life apart, Earl had been doing nothing but hiding with his thumb up his butt.
He posted this statement on the white nationalist site American Renaissance, which is run by the Bell Curve advocate Jared Taylor.
While Holt claims it is not in the nature of the CofCC members to carry out or promote illegal activities, this doesn’t mean he or his members are good people either, in fact we have found that Holt is a pretty revolting individual. We found his Disqus account which is a 2.0 service one can use to make comments in various comment sections on blogs and media articles. We didn’t have to dig too deep to show what kind of person is running the Council of Conservative Citizens.
But wait there’s more…
Then of course this is so charming:
And now of course we can see how kids like Dylann Roof are influenced:
Holt is not the only officer in the CofCC we found their 2013 tax forms online and here is the most updated board if directors list we have been able to find for them.