Robert Ransdell has angered residents with his anti-Semitic signs in the town of Florence. The white supremacist says his message is well-received among supporters.
Robert Ransdell, whose name won’t appear on Kentucky ballots, is nonetheless running a write-in campaign for the U.S. Senate based on the slogan “With Jews We Lose.”
The sentiment did not go over well with many residents of the northern Kentucky town of Florence, where signs emblazoned with the anti-Semitic message popped up last week. “It’s ignorance. Complete ignorance and hate,” said a resident named Drea, who gave only her first name for fear of retribution, WLWT-TV reported.
But that isn’t his intention, he says. His goal is to spread his white supremacist doctrine.
“For years White Nationalist(s) have (been) looked on with disgust as various anti-White lemmings and creeps have taken it upon themselves to decide what people will read and be exposed to,” Ransdell wrote on the supremacist site Stormfront.
But by last Wednesday, the campaign signs had been removed after the property owner said he had not been contacted for permission to post the placards.