An alleged Nazi was reportedly seen repeatedly punching a man in a wheelchair during a so-called freedom rally in Canada over the weekend.
An alleged Nazi was reportedly seen repeatedly punching a man in wheelchair during a so-called freedom rally in Canada over the weekend.
It doesn't have to be classified as a hate crime for us to recognize what it really is.
The stated goal is to "kill as many members as possible."
Extremism in their own ranks is problem Number One. After Jan 6, it's impossible to ignore. Hopefully.
CNN host Don Lemon on Tuesday said that Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) had downplayed the seriousness of the attack on the U.S. Capitol "to continue white supremacy."
In a vote of 57-43, the Senate voted to acquit former president Trump of charges of incitement of violent insurrection against the Congress as it performed its constitutional duty of certifying the election.
On MSNBC, the GOP rep from South Carolina tried to decry the terrorism on January 6, but defend Trump's innocence in inciting it, and still keep her "moderate" membership card.
The Proud Boys, a far-right group who supported Donald Trump and some of whom took part in the Capitol Hill riot, are now equivalent to al-Qaeda and ISIS in Canada.
Jason Riddle of New Hampshire said he did not regret going into the Capitol, that he “poured a glass of wine and watched it all unfold,” taking selfies amidst the chaos.
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