British talk show host tells ND white supremacist he's part African
LEITH, N.D. – A white supremacist known for his efforts to turn this city into an Aryan enclave recently voluntarily submitted to a DNA test on a British television show that showed he has part African genes.
A video of British TV host Trisha Goddard sharing the results of Craig Cobb’s DNA test is circulating the web via the DailyMail and Gawker.com.
In the clips, Goddard, who is black and hosts the show that bears her name, tells Cobb the test shows he is 86 percent “European” and “14 percent sub-Saharan African.”
Cobb responded by calling his genetic makeup “statistical noise.”
As another unnamed guest of the show and Goddard laugh at the results, Cobb is silent. He later ignores Goddard’s attempt to offer “her bro” a fist-bump.
When Cobb submitted to the test or when the episode of Goddard’s show aired were not available.
Cobb gained worldwide attention after he started buying property in Leith in hopes he would attract others with his beliefs to move there and overtake the voting majority of the city with 23 people.