White Nationalism

Jeffrey Clark Jr., a self-described white nationalist who called the Pittsburgh shooting suspect a "hero," could be eligible for supervised release.
A wave of extremist far-right movements with chilling echoes of the Nazis is being "fueled" by Donald Trump, writes Sadiq Khan on 80th anniversary of World War II.
Red, white and blue lion logo was posted by VDare, the group whose anti-Semitic slurs were sent to immigration judges in a Justice Department news briefing.
According to the immigration judges' union, the link to VDare.com directly attacked employees with "racial and ethnically tinged slurs."
The conservative propaganda machine is trying to find acts of "antifa violence," to ascribe their own issues with white nationalism and extremism to the left.
FBI agents found semi-automatic rifles and a bulletproof vest in the suspect's home.
"Look at Trump's Twitter ... he's watching antifa. That's all we wanted," boasts former Infowars staffer and protest organizer Joe Biggs.
Only two out of the 15 members of a group aimed at targeting white supremacist violence appear to be people of color.
In a new poll, only about a quarter of Americans say they believe President Trump personally opposes white nationalism.
Many lawmakers are only starting to acknowledge how common domestic terror and white supremacy are in the U.S.
“Claims that it is a ‘hoax’ do not represent my views," one reporter for the conservative network has tweeted in response to Carlson's comments.
The employee, Matthew Q. Gebert, allegedly oversaw a chapter of a white nationalist group and hosted white nationalists at his home.
Dell, Long John Silver's, and HelloFresh have joined the more than 20 brands who have stopped advertising with the Fox News show because of the host's rhetoric.
Fox News host makes it clear for Carlson: "White nationalism is without question a very serious problem in America."
The 2020 Democratic candidate continues to describe the president as a racist who incites violence in America.
““Conservatives must defend all Americans from all threats," writes George P. Bush.
The shooter may have acted alone, but he is part of a network that stretches from Christchurch to Charlottesville.
President Trump delivered remarks following a weekend where two mass shootings left 29 people dead.
The "Last Week Tonight" host called out the president for creating an environment where "white nationalism and anti-immigrant hysteria ... can fester and indeed thrive.”