POLITICS Trump Volunteers on PBS News Story Prominently Display Neo-Nazi Tattoos Tom Cahill | March 16, 2016 Last night’s episode of PBS NewsHour gave America a revealing look at the people making Trump’s meteoric rise possible — neo-Nazis. One of the people interviewed in a PBS segment about a family coming together to support Trump is sporting a pair of prominent tattoos associated with neo-Nazis. Grace Tilly, who is seen phone banking at a Trump campaign office in Fayetteville, North Carolina, has a tattoo of a Celtic Cross on one hand and tattoo with the number 88 on the other. Even though PBS made no mention of it in their segment, both of Tilly’s tattoos are prominent symbols of white nationalist movements. The Celtic Cross, particularly the version on Tilly’s hand, known as Odin’s Cross, is used to identify with white power movements. And the 88 symbolizes the letter H, the eighth letter of the alphabet, back to back to signify “Heil Hitler,” the universal neo-Nazi greeting. Here are those symbols on white nationalist memorabilia: Tilly isn’t an anomaly — white nationalists and neo-Nazis have been flocking to the Trump campaign since he first made his denigrating remarks about Mexican-Americans in June of 2015. Donald Trump’s campaign has also been garnering a lot of attention from white supremacist websites like Stormfront, which had to upgrade its servers in December to deal with the surge of new site traffic as Trump excited their audience of likeminded neo-Nazis. Donald Trump continues to retweet white supremacist accounts praising him from his official Twitter account, including one account that previous created an image showing Bernie Sanders, who is Jewish, being taken to a gas chamber, where Trump as a Nazi officer presses the button that turns on the gas. Trump has not apologized for any of his retweets. The PBS NewsHour segment featuring the Tilly family going all in for Trump can be viewed at the 18:35 mark of this video.