It was only a matter of time before the U.S. experienced its first coronavirus-related act of domestic terrorism.
We’ve known for awhile now that there is a “Trump Effect” in the world of hate groups and hate crimes, one that primarily affects vulnerable minorities, and it continues to intensify.
Lone wolves are usually deeply connected by the movements—often white supremacist in nature—that drive these individuals to acts of extreme violence.
This criminal old man, Freddie Graham, flew to Cali, rented a car, and drove around lighting fires.
The journalistic convention is going to kill us all, if it cannot respond to White House willingness to use demagoguery, falsehood, conspiracy theory, and demonization to overtop the "free" press and rewrite the premises those conventions are based on.
No one seems surprised.
A newly-obtained FBI report names the QAnon and Pizzagate conspiracy theorists specifically as national security threats, but Donald Trump continues to welcome them to his rallies.
Senator Dick Durbin drilled down on the various definitions of domestic terrorism and why the FBI changed the definition of "white nationalism" to something more benign during an FBI oversight hearing.
For the better part of two decades, Americans have generally ignored their quietly mounting problem of homegrown domestic terrorism committed by white far-right extremists
Key Democratic Senators are making the demand, but you will not hear the words "extreme right-wing terrorist" uttered by anyone
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