In September, nationally known white supremacist Craig Cobb and members of the National Socialist Movement made headlines when they attempted the takeover of Leith, North Dakota. Two months later the 62 year-old neo-Nazi is hearing a phrase he thought he’d never hear, “You have a little black in you.”
That phrase was delivered by Trisha Goddard, host of the “Trisha Show,” which had Cobb on as a special guest for an ongoing series called Race in America, where he submitted to a DNA test. The results determined that Cobb’s DNA showed 14 percent sub-Saharan African according to politicalblindspot.com – the equivalent of one of his great-grandparents being sub-Saharan African.
Cobb, who insists he is not a white supremacist but a Creator, a religion which favors ‘racial awareness,’ called the results “statistical noise” according to the Daily Mail UK, before saying, “I tell you. Oil and water don’t mix.”
Goddard, who is African American even went in for a fist bump upon delivering the news, but Cobb would have none of it, avoiding any physical contact or even eye contact with the host. The episode will are November 18 according to politicalblindspot.com.
Cobb, who was interviewed by the Daily Mail said, “I agreed to the test because I assumed it was science. … When I told Jeff Schoep [leader of the National Socialism Movement] he just laughed.”
Schoep was also part of the potential takeover in September. The NSM leader traveled to the small town, population 24, with other neo-Nazi supporters in the attempt to make the town an all-white enclave.
The neo-Nazis were met by hundreds of protestors from near by reservations and surrounding communities.
Schoep according to Cobb described the testing as “short science,” according to the Daily Mail.
The Daily Mail continued to press Cobb on the testing and asked how he would feel if a similar test from a place he respected showed the same thing. Cobb answered, “Well if I did nave any n***** we don’t want anymore of it.”