Like most far-right “movements,” the so-called “Boogaloo” cult is also simultaneously a big moneymaking opportunity for right-wing operatives and their enablers
From 2017: Roger Stone spoke to TMZ and predicted "both sides" would come to violence if Trump is impeached.
Key Democratic Senators are making the demand, but you will not hear the words "extreme right-wing terrorist" uttered by anyone
Lane Davis, 33, was obsessed with liberal ‘pedophilia,’ and allegedly accused his dad before stabbing him to death.
At press conference, president tells one reporter to sit down after asking, and then blames incidents on ‘the other side.’
Antifascist protester shot by Trump supporter amid mass counterprotest on UW campus, but Yiannopoulos spins a tale of martyrdom to his audience at end of speaking tour.
The GOP presidential nominee steadfastly denies that he's encouraging violence and racism around his campaign, but the results speak otherwise.
The recent events in Orlando and Los Angeles reminded us that Islamist radicals and American right-wing extremists are indeed very closely related in their worldviews and general outlooks, as well in the authoritarian psychological profiles they attract. And eventually, that often works out to having the very same vulnerable people targeted for their violence.
The story we'll be fed as "the other side" will be Trump's: that the leftist "thugs" were responsible for the violence. And we all can see where this is going: As justification for further and more intense violence.
Law enforcement bulletin from DHS, FBI outlines threats to officers, employees, and suggests ways to combat them.
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