The leftist media is all in a tizzy about this Daniel Johnson because they consider him a "white supremacist". According to HuffPo, Johnson, who is the nominee of the Natural Law Party, is running on a platform stressing "white supremacy" (actually, to protect civil liberties, particularly those of white European Americans) and environmental protection, highlighting both in a message that greets callers to his campaign phone. In addition, he wants to cut the size and scope of government and assist businesses to provide a living wage. The link to Johnson's campaign website:
Johnson does not reveal his connection to the A3P on his campaign website. There is also no reference to his candidacy on the A3P website, although he's still listed as the A3P Chairman. Perhaps the reason he's running as the Natural Law Party candidate instead of an A3P candidate is because the Natural Law Party still qualifies for ballot inclusion, while the A3P isn't on the ballot. There was an interview with him posted on the A3P website, but it has been taken down. No webcache is available. It is strange that he is not running under his normal name, though.
Johnson states that the Republicans and Democrats are two sides of the same coin. He believes the two-party system has failed the American people. While both parties blame each other, the reality is that both have participated in the destruction of our economy and our culture. Both have deliberately abandoned our Constitution and have pushed polices that have eviscerated our Bill of Rights. Johnson's opponents in the full-term race include Democratic nominee Dr. Syed Taj, Green Party candidate Steven Paul Duke, Libertarian candidate John Tatar, and Republican nominee Kerry Bentivolio. There is also a separate race to fill out the remaining six weeks of former Rep. Thaddeus McCotter's term, which will expire in January 2013; Johnson is not in that race.
Reaction: Mark Maynard, who calls himself a proud race traitor, is obviously unhappy with Johnson's candidacy, and prefers Dr. Syed Taj, an immigrant from India. He says the race itself is pretty close, and Johnson's candidacy could pull votes away from Kerry Bentivolio and hand the seat to Taj. In a follow-up post, Maynard whines about the number of white racialists who posted comments to his post, including April Gaede, but he didn't censor the comments.
Stormfront reaction is mixed. While most express support for Johnson, some vociferously support Kerry Bentivolio because, according to StopZionism, "Kerry Bentivolio supports no more wars for Israel, securing the borders, auditing the Fed, and defending the liberties guaranteed to us in the Constitution. He even acted in a 9/11 truther film which he's gotten a lot of flack from. Are you really going to throw your vote away when you can instead help someone like Ron Paul who is mostly on our side?" However, in response, Glory14 wrote "I think any vote against a WN is wasted. Bentivolio supports non-White immigration and I do not think he has said our wars are for Israel". Read Bentivolio's platform HERE.
I would be more comfortable supporting Daniel Johnson if he was running under his normal name of William D. Johnson, running as an A3P candidate, promoting his candidacy on the A3P website, and showing up at candidate forums. It's not enough to merely say you're going to run for office; you have to actually campaign, as Dan Schruender, Jeff Hall, Billy Roper, Glenn Miller, and Harry Bertram have done. It's time for us to be fussy and demand actual credibility as well as a mere "presence".