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Fliers In San Diego Offer Jobs to Help Kill Off the White Race Using Tainted Drugs

Everyone has come out from the store or a movie and found fliers on their windshield. No big deal, right? Well, what if one said, "We'll make you rich if you join us. We're killing off the entire evil white race by making them addicted to cocaine, crack, spiked marijuana, spice, meth, heroin, hash, and other poisons to kill them" --- does that change things a little?

Fliers started showing up in areas of San Diego earlier this year. The phone numbers listed on the fliers were either dead or went to local businesses, but all of the fliers were signed with "Latino Power, Viva La Raza."

On his radio program Wednesday, Glenn shared how one of the people who got the flier on her windshield said she thought it might have been part of an art project.

"Now, who jumps to the conclusion that it's an art project?" Glenn asked. "And at the same time, who doubts that there is a university telling its art student to do this for extra points as an art project? I don't doubt either of them."

Enjoy the complimentary clip or read the transcript for details.

GLENN: A couple things that happened over the weekend that you should be aware of. First of all, did you guys see another whale washed up on the beach over the weekend?

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: They had to close the whole beach. I saw a picture of it. He was reading a Brad Thor book. There apparently with his family.

PAT: The whale?

JEFFY: The whale was reading?

GLENN: It was weird. It was weird. Anyway, we'll get into that here in just a second. Also, some fliers were left in cars on San Diego. We don't know. Police haven't told anyone whether they're investigating the source of these fliers. But why really hurry? They were just fliers that said, "We'll make you rich if you join us. We're killing off the entire evil white race. Signed..." We begin there, right now.

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GLENN: The headline, "Jobs, jobs, jobs," is on fliers that have been popping up around Little Italy, around San Diego, with racially charged language that appears to be targeting white people.

This is according to Channel 10 News in San Diego. They have several variations of the flier. The language varies slightly. But they use the same font and they have the same similar theme.

Alyssa Ermann said she received one on her windshield in late April. It appeared to be a jobs flier, promising to make you rich if you join us. It said, we're killing off an entire evil white race by making them addicted to cocaine, crack, spiked marijuana, spice, meth, heroin, hash, and other poisons to kill them.

They included a phone number. Most of those phone numbers went to either a dead phone number or to local businesses. And they're all signed Latino Power, Viva La Raza.

Channel 10 News has reached out to San Diego Police. They have not heard back, whether or not they're investigating the fliers.

PAT: Why would you?

GLENN: Yeah, why would you?

PAT: No big deal.

GLENN: No big deal.

Now, this is what I find interesting. One of the people -- this Alyssa Ermann, one of the people who got this flier, said that she has no idea where they came from, but she thinks they might be an art project.

Now, who jumps to the conclusion that it's an art project? And at the same time, who doubts that there is a university telling its art student to do this for extra points as an art project?

I don't doubt either of them.

PAT: And I'm sure this would be a totally appropriate art project for white people, to say the same thing about Hispanics.

GLENN: It's unbelievable.

PAT: It would be perfectly fine.

GLENN: Can you imagine anything signed the race? That's what La Raza -- La Raza is Spanish for the race.

Can you imagine? That is racism.

PAT: Oh, yeah. I mean, isn't that what the KKK is all about? The white race.

GLENN: The race. That's what a lot of the alt-right is about, the race. The watering down of the race.

It's -- I mean -- and we know what happens.

You know, I -- at the bottom of the hour, I'm going to bring something in from the office. I worked on something last week. And I think I really have a key to understanding the left. And it's -- it's so simple, that it's kind of one of those things that you're like, either, yeah. Or, crap, how did we not see this before? And for me, at least, it was, how did I not put this together before?

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