Toronto mayor’s controversial ‘white wash’ campaign ad reveals his racist past

In the midst of a heated debate over a controversial $50 million ad campaign from Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, a new campaign ad from Toronto mayor Rob Ford reveals his history of racist comments and his support for the Ku Klux Klan.

The ad, titled “White Wash,” shows Ford dressed as a white hooded figure with an American flag on his chest, standing in front of a house where a white house with a Confederate flag is built.

Ford says “It’s about time,” as he talks about the KKK and its leader David Duke.

“This is about the Klan.

This is about what they stand for.

This was a white supremacist group, and this is what they stood for,” Ford says.

“They’ve been here for years.

They’ve been in the black community for decades.

This isn’t the first time they’ve been there.

They’re not the first ones to try to destroy black lives.”

Ford also tells the narrator, “We have to put a stop to this.

It’s not going to stop.

This has to stop.”

Ford’s racist history is well-known.

He has been accused of racism and racism in other media, including the New York Times and the New Yorker.

Ford’s current political ambitions are also known.

He is running in the Toronto City Council race in the May 7 election.

The Toronto Star reported that Ford has a history of anti-Semitic and white supremacist statements, including calling Jewish people “pigs,” “cunt,” and “slaves.”

In an interview with The Canadian Press, Ford said, “I never had a conversation with any person who was Jewish or any person that was a member of the Canadian Jewish community.

I never did.

I did not have any conversations.”

Ford said that, as mayor, he would fight “to the death against the Ku-Klux Klan.”

“The Ku Klux Klansmen are the most evil people in America.

The Klan is the most horrible and the worst racist group in America,” Ford said.

“It doesn’t matter who you are, it doesn’t really matter where you come from.

It doesn’t make a difference to the Klan, it makes a difference, it matters.”

Ford was previously convicted of driving under the influence of drugs in 2008 and sentenced to six months in jail, which he said was necessary because he was “going to jail.”

He served just under two months of his sentence.