The cover of my book, Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right, is now being equated to actual hate speech that I report on.
Ted Cruz takes time out of his busy (?) day to tweet a defense of a right-wing YouTube homophobe. Hate speech isn't free speech, Ted.
Patreon kicked Milo off in less than 24 hours, citing "hate groups" versus their "community guidelines."
This is arguably the most important question that social networks face: how to identify extremism inside their communities.
According to David Johnson, chairman of the Columbiana County Republican Party in Ohio, wildfires in California are “God’s punishment” to liberals.
Florida gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis continued to foment hate against George Soros, even after he received a bomb in the mail.
Fox News is not news. It is propaganda. They peddle conspiracy theories, hate speech and ignorance. It is time to hit them where it hurts - advertisers.
But where will right-wingnuts get their hate- and racist-fueled conspiracy rants NOW???
I want to know why this isn't hate speech. I want to understand how these people get away with violent, eliminationist speech like this.
This isn't about inciting violence, it's about building and supporting America as it should be.
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