Lawmakers deny involvement in Ku Klux Klan

Lawmakers from around the country are denying reports they are members of the Ku Klux Klan. 

On Monday, the group Anonymous released a list of people it claims are connected to the KKK. On the list were several mayors and U.S. senators. On Monday, many fired back on Twitter and Facebook. 

Senator Dan Coats of Indiana denied being involved with the KKK and called the accusations garbage: 

Madeline Rogero is the Mayor of Knoxville, Tennessee and tweeted this response: