My understanding is that the KKK doesn’t even ban members by race…[and] has less racist bylaws [than the Black Caucus].
In fact, according to the bylaws, caucus is open to non-blacks who support the mission of the Black Caucus:
The regular membership shall consist of those black elected officials serving in the state Senate and House of Representatives.
[H]onorary membership [can be granted to] those persons whose belief and actions contribute to the purpose for which this caucus was formed.
Campfield makes a compelling case for his membership on his blog. He notes that “Many of my friends and neighbors are considered minority” and even posts MLK Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
(His comparison of his fight to exclude liberal thought from college campuses to the fight for the 1964 civil rights act probably didn’t help his cause.)
Stay tuned: FOX News has evidently contacted Campfield for an interview.
(HT: Tennessee Guerilla Women).