KKK fliers showing up on cars, attached to bags of candy
The Ku Klux Klan is using the immigration crisis along the U.S. Southern border to recruit more members.
The hate group peppered South Carolina and Georgia with literature over the weekend.
Residents found notes attached to bags of candy in their driveway with the slogan “Save Our Land Join the Klan.”
A Klan spokesman says the KKK is not a hate group.
He said these days the group is focused on illegal immigration.