The Ku Klux Klan in South Carolina said it with candy in an effort to recruit new members during a July 12 night ride. Robert Jones, who heads the Loyal White Nights, which left candy and flyers at homes in Seneca, S.C., told Fox Carolina that they didn't target specific houses or neighborhoods and that they're not a hate group. "We can't tell who lives in a house, whether they're Black, white, Mexican, gay, we can't tell that," he said. "And if you were to look at somebody's house like that, that means you'd be pretty much a racist." Kind of like the outgoing message on the Klan hotline that says, "Always remember: if it ain't white, it ain't right."