Neo-Nazi group's robocalls pushing racist message after Mollie Tibbetts's death: report
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A neo-Nazi group reportedly paid to send white nationalist robocalls after Mollie Tibbetts, an Iowa college student, was allegedly murdered by an undocumented immigrant.

A series of prerecorded calls from a Brooklyn, Iowa, number — where Tibbetts was abducted from — began circulating this week, Iowa Starting Line reported.

Tibbetts's body was found in a cornfield earlier this month and Cristhian Bahena Rivera, 24, is charged with murder in her death, a crime that has been taken up by immigration hard-liners as a reason to support more restrictive policies.

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“A biological hybrid of white and savage Aztec ancestors, who also killed with knives during their mass human sacrifices on top of pyramids they didn’t build,” the caller said in a recording of the message obtained by Iowa Starting Line. 

The message then goes after Tibbetts's father, Rob Tibbetts, who thanked the local Hispanic community last week for the support they offered while he searched for his daughter.

"The Hispanic community are Iowans. They have the same values as Iowans," Tibbetts said while delivering a eulogy for his daughter.

The recorded call rejects that message, saying that Mollie Tibbetts would not support “the invasion of America by a brown horde currently at a staggering 58 million."

“But you know in your heart they are wrong,” the message says. “If after her life has now been brutally stolen from her, she could be brought back to life for just one moment and asked, ‘What do you think now?’ Mollie Tibbetts would say, ‘Kill them all.’”

The messages continues to say that “we don’t have to kill them all, but we do have to deport them all.”

“The Aztec hybrids, known as Mestizos, are low-IQ, bottom-feeding savages, and [that] is why the country they infest are crime-ridden failures,” the message continues. “That’s now America’s fate too unless we re-found America as whites-only and get rid of them now. Every last one.”

The call concludes by acknowledging that it was paid for by The Road to Power.

The group and its podcast are linked to a Sandpoint, Idaho, resident named Scott Rhodes, who is also known as Scott Platek, The Des Moines Register reported Wednesday, an accused distributor of racist propaganda earlier this year. 

He has also been linked to other robocalls in Oregon, California and Virginia where the phone number includes the local area code, The Register reported.

It is unclear how many calls were placed in Iowa, the newspaper noted.

The Iowa Attorney General’s Office is investigating the calls and alerted the Iowa Civil Rights Commission.

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) called the message “disgusting.”

“It’s unconscionable that somebody would take and utilize a tragic death like Mollie Tibbetts is just ridiculous — and unconscionable and repulsive," Reynolds said.

Tibbetts had been missing for more than a month after she disappeared while jogging in the town of Brooklyn.

Her cause of death in a preliminary report was listed as a "homicide resulting from multiple sharp force injuries," the Iowa State Medical Examiner told CNN.

Tibbetts's death has inflamed the immigration debate, with President TrumpDonald John TrumpLondon terror suspect’s children told authorities he complained about Trump: inquiry The Memo: Tide turns on Kavanaugh Trump to nominate retiring lawmaker as head of trade agency MORE citing her murder as a call for stricter immigration laws.

"[Tibbetts] was killed by a horrible person that came in from Mexico, illegally here, found by [Immigration and Customs Enforcement], our great ICE who’s abused by the Democrats and the left, and without them you might not be sitting here so comfortably right now," Trump told "Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt during an interview last week.

Rivera’s former attorney Allen Richards has denied that his client was in the country illegally and called Trump “sad and sorry” for weighing in on the matter and potentially tainting a jury selection.