- The Washington Times - Tuesday, November 12, 2013

A white supremacist who is trying to transform the small town of Leith, N.D., into a “white enclave” took a DNA test on “The Trisha Show” and learned on television that he is 14 percent Sub Saharan African.

Craig Cobb, 62, submitted to the test as part of Trisha Goddard’s ongoing “Race in America” series, the Daily Mail first reported.


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“You have a little black in you!” the host shouted at Cobb, receiving loud applause and whoops from the audience.

He immediately dismissed the results as “statistical noise” and even refused to give Ms. Goddard a fist bump.

“I tell you. Oil and water don’t mix,” he said on the show.

“I agreed to the test because I assumed it was science,” he later told the Daily Mail. He described the show’s test as “short science” used to “promote multiculturalism.”

Cobb first made headlines when it emerged that he had quietly bought up lots of land in Leith with the intention of turning the community into a haven for white supremacists.