Darby is running on a nine-point platform to restore state sovereignty. Under his plan, the state would gradually divest itself of the federal government, beginning with the National Guard, and strengthen the state militia.
He advocates declaring marshal law, then “ferreting out” illegal immigrants and treating them as prisoners of war. Darby would elevate county sheriffs to what he believes to be their full constitutional power, deputizing an armed civilian police force to balance the state’s power, he said.
He also would prosecute the Montgomery-based civil rights organization Southern Poverty Law Center for treason for advocating open borders.
“We are being invaded by a foreign nation,” he said. “Our social fabric is based on Western European values. It was a European Enlightenment that led to the Constitution, and we need to hold onto those great ideals.”
That same message, delivered earlier this month at a Newark, N.J., meeting of the National Vanguard, a pro-white group, brought condemnation from state and national party leaders. The state Democratic party challenged Darby’s candidacy for expressing doubt during a television interview that the Holocaust occurred and for voicing racial and social supremacist views.
This guy is getting pretty scary. Perhaps Democrats will learn to use a convention process as opposed to a taxpayer-funded primary election from this experience. In the meantime, consider this a big-ass “I told you so” from the Libertarian Party.to Politics In Alabama.