White Supremacy

Daniel McMahon, a right-wing troll known online as Jack Corbin, is now facing four federal charges for alleged threats against a community activist.
Jeffrey Clark pleaded guilty to a gun charge in July and served nearly 10 months in custody.
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.
Pirro also echoed President Donald Trump's unfounded claims about voter fraud.
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.
The Iowa Republican, who has defended white supremacy, made the crack while discussing alleged abuses of Muslims in China.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a crackdown on harmful online material after 51 people were killed earlier this year at two New Zealand mosques.
The Iowa Republican has less than $19,000 in reported cash on hand.
According to the immigration judges' union, the link to VDare.com directly attacked employees with "racial and ethnically tinged slurs."
Joseph Rubino's house contained clothing with white supremacist symbols and a purported "instruction manual for owning a slave," federal authorities said.
The movie director also asked CNN's Anderson Cooper: "Why are we still asking, ‘Is this guy a white supremacist?'"
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.
A Proud Boys rally in Portland, Oregon, ended after 30 minutes due to antifa outnumbering the group.
FBI agents found semi-automatic rifles and a bulletproof vest in the suspect's home.
The congressman from Iowa defended his bizarre remarks and suggested he was the victim of a “vibrant left-wing media.”
Many had feared the rally in Portland would be the most violent fascist rally of the Trump era.
"Look at Trump's Twitter ... he's watching antifa. That's all we wanted," boasts former Infowars staffer and protest organizer Joe Biggs.
The president made no mention of the far-right violence encouraged by the Proud Boys, the self-described "western chauvinists" who organized the event.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) introduced legislation that would make it possible to prosecute white supremacist attacks, such as the shooting in El Paso, as acts of terrorism.