A woman running for a position as a probate judge in Connecticut is married to a white supremacist, a former member of the neo-Nazi National Alliance that was “for decades the most dangerous and best organized neo-Nazi formation in America” until it lost most of its leadership a decade ago.
The husband of a Plainfield attorney running for a probate judge seat was a member of a prominent neo-Nazi group for several years, according to watchdog groups, and currently maintains a pro-white online blog.
Rob Freeman is the husband of attorney Anna Zubkova, of Plainfield, who is a candidate in the Democratic primary for probate judge. The election is Tuesday.
He’s now reacted to being outed on his blog and he actually thinks that white people don’t have a say in our government any more. No, seriously. He said that.
I am pro-white, because so much out there is anti-white. I am defending that part of my identity that is being attacked. I am not attacking other races, I am defending my own, and I welcome all sincere allies — Black, Hispanic, Jewish, Asian, Muslim, Arab, Persian. If I missed anyone, chime in.
If whites had a voice in the government, there might not have been an Iraq war. There might not have been all these horrible trade agreements that are impoverishing everyone. We might have more fuel efficient cars, or more mass transit. Who knows what might have been?
Yeah, you have to be a special kind of deluded to think that white people don’t have a voice in the government. I mean seriously, clinically deluded.
In writing about his voting for President Barack Obama, Freeman said:“Worse is better! All those white people who aren’t on our side, need to suffer! They need to lose their jobs to Mexicans, they need to get knockout games, they need to not get into college because they are white, they need to be driven to desperation!”
A picture under one his entries depicts the grinning caricature of a black man holding a large knife with the caption: “Around blacks … never relax.”…
In another entry, Freeman talks about blacks moving into white neighborhoods.
“In the suburbs, whites are complacent about blacks moving in. They feel spread out enough that they aren’t afraid of having to live cheek by jowl with Jamal and Laquan,” he wrote. “If they suddenly have to start living cheek by jowl with Blacks, they will be forced to organize with the intent of getting the right to have White neighborhoods. Can you imagine if we were in a situation where millions of White people were desperate, DESPERATE, to not have to live in a hellish, loud, dangerous Black neighborhood? This will be the great teachable moment.”
But of course it goes without saying that he’s totally not anti-black or anything, he’s just “pro-white.” His wife put out this statement:
In a phone interview on Thursday, Zubkova said she does not subscribe to her husband’s views and her fitness for the bench should not be tarred by his opinions.
“He did not have those views when we married, but acquired them after,” she said. “What am I supposed to do? Divorce him? It’s not unusual for husbands and wives to have different views.
Yes, divorce him. Could you stay married to someone who was a member of a neo-Nazi group? I sure as hell couldn’t.