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When white supremacist groups like the Proud Boys desecrate churches and set Black Lives Matter signs aflame, it triggers generational trauma, but determination to resist, too.
One of the recurrent myths that far-right street brawlers such as the Proud Boys like to tell each other, is that what differentiates them from “rioters” like antifa and Black Lives Matter (BLM) is that they don’t engage in arson and property damage.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza was a target, and the NeoNazi group also altered semi-automatic weapons to become automatic weapons.
Donald Trump is the inspiration for these domestic terrorists. "He is the chief radicalizer. He is inciting people to violence," says Elizabeth Neumann.
DHS officials believe violent white supremacists pose the “most persistent and lethal threat in the homeland.”
QAnon creep deepens, as the Delaware GOP choses Lauren Witke to challenge Chris Coons for his Senate seat.
Proud Boys and Three Percenters want everyone to think if you protest police brutality, YOU'RE the danger.
Ammon Bundy is making trouble again in Idaho, busting his way into the Idaho statehouse to intimidate lawmakers about COVID-19 protections.
Steven Carrillo is also the primary suspect in the shootings of two federal protective services officers (one of whom died) last month in Oakland during street protests over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
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