Not with a bang, but a whimper. That’s how suit-and-tie white nationalists like Richard Spencer finally disappear from public view.
Suddenly the Right Wing Nut Jobs have the opportunity to appear sane. They aren't, though. Don't be fooled.
The failed rallies still revealed a diminished, but still dangerous radical right.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza was a target, and the NeoNazi group also altered semi-automatic weapons to become automatic weapons.
The neo-Nazi group couldn't wait to rejoice and announce they were ready and waiting for marching orders from their white supremacist leader, Donald Trump.
When there are too many coincidences, there is no coincidence. So it is with the Trump official logo and merchandise.
How has the GOP become infiltrated with so many extremists without so much as the blink of an eye?
The Russian Imperial Movement (RIM) is an explicitly fascist paramilitary group that sponsors weapons-training sessions for neo-Nazis around Europe, has cultivated connections with the American racist right.
The foursome—Cameron Brandon Shea, 24, of Redmond, Washington; Kaleb Cole, 24, a former Seattle-area resident now in Texas; Taylor Ashley Parker-Dipeppe, 20, of Spring Hill, Florida; and Johnny Roman Garza, 20, of Queen Creek, Arizona—were arrested this week for targeting journalists and others with threatening posters delivered to them warning that “You Have Been Visited By Your Local Nazis.”
Chris Hayes basically lined Trump up with the neoNazis Bannon is supporting in Europe without ever using the word "Nazi." It was masterful.
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