Identity Evropa tweeted calls to violence under a fake Antifa Twitter account. Frank Figliuzzi breaks it down.
The Age of Conspiracy Theories in which we are now immured has produced a kind of bastard offspring: the Shared Violent Fantasy.
For the “accelerationists” of the white nationalist movement—the nihilistic young bigots and misogynists who “just want to watch the world burn”—the coronavirus pandemic is “truly a gift.”
We’ve known for awhile now that there is a “Trump Effect” in the world of hate groups and hate crimes, one that primarily affects vulnerable minorities, and it continues to intensify.
American intelligence officials now believe that neo-Nazi paramilitary operations such as The Base and its Northwest-based training operations are being underwritten and overseen by Russian intelligence services.
The sentient globule of wannabe naziism slithered down the aisle with Trump in attendance. You know, to collect the profit.
Thanks to an encouraging tweet from Donald Trump, militias around the United States are preparing to assemble in Richmond, Va., on Monday, to protest gun-control legislation.
Joy Reid and Malcolm Nance pinpoint the hold Russia has over the Republican party.
"If you want to waste the blessings of liberty by going down a path of hatred and failed ideologies, that is your choice," said a visibly determined Justin Herdman.
Shireen Mitchell and Angelo Carusone remind us of the white supremacy on FB that led us to this point, and why it is still not enough to simply ban individuals.
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