Maybe Trump calling Neo-Nazis "some very fine people" after they held a hate march has something to do with it?
When we last saw Chris Cantwell, he was crying like a baby out of fear his role in the Charlottesville murders would bring the law his way. Now he's cocksure and nasty.
Neo-Nazis have fever dreams about saving Donald Trump...so now we have "Angry Goy II, designed to let angry Nazis pretend to kill Jews, journalists, LGBTQ folks and more.
Scott Bolden threw Trump's horrific Charlottesville "both sides have good people" words back at Ingraham and all she could do was lie about it.
If it looks like a Nazi, and talks like a Nazi...Iowa Republican Congressman Steve King will retweet it!
Juan Pablo Andrade, former Trump campaign advisor and current advisor to Trump-linked dark money group America First policies, spent some time influencing young people at a recent conference.
But apart from Russia bots, fake accounts, and MAGA Trump Chumps, Alt-Right Nazis are the best Twitter friends Trump has!
That NYT profile of neo-Nazis did a lot of things wrong. But what people really hated about it is what it got right.
Tens of thousands of white nationalists and Neo-Nazis marched in Warsaw over the weekend with a slogan that they say was inspired by a speech President Donald Trump made in their country earlier this year.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin and Matt Talhem report on the latest protest in Charlottesville led by white nationalist Richard Spencer and the response from Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer telling them to "Go home!"
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