Right after their fake story about a fake murder, fake news website Celebtricity has posted fake accusations against Donald Trump, claiming he was revealed to be a member of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) by hacker collective Anonymous. The story quickly went viral according to Lead Stories' Trendolizer™:
The article ends on this (presumably fake) quote which no other reputable website seems to have published:
Everyone knows my dad was a Klansmen and it runs in the family but Look people...just because I'm an active KKK member doesn't mean I'm a racist, I mean if Obama is a Muslim then why can't I be apart of a brotherhood and have pride in my white heritage? If Obama shows me his birth certificate I will disassociate myself with the Klan, they do a lot of good for my community just like the people of Islam do on Obama's behalf
An account on Twitter claiming to be affiliated with Anonymous did indeed anounce a while ago they were going to reveal a list of KKK members obtained through hacking:
We've gained access to yet another KKK Twitter account. Using the info obtained, we will be revealing about 1000 klan member identities.-- Operation KKK (@Operation_KKK) October 22, 2015
On November 2nd 2015 they said this:
The anons at the helm of this initiative vouch ONLY for the dox list that will be released from this Twitter account on November 5 2015.-- Operation KKK (@Operation_KKK) November 2, 2015
So it is quite impossible that Donald Trump is already exposed since today is only November 4th. And even if his name was on the list it is quite unlikely the info would be released via a well known fake news website like Celebtricity.
For those of you interested in what information will be released, here is Operation_KKK's official twitter timeline:
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