Nick Fuentes

Fuentes, who encouraged supporters to storm the U.S. Capitol in 2021, was the latest fascist allowed back on the platform since Elon Musk’s takeover.
Communications obtained by Politico reveal party turmoil.
The "Face the Nation" moderator had a tense exchange with Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio) after asking about the former president on Sunday.
A visibly angry Fuentes can be seen hurling his paper cup of soda at someone, and spraying several ducking patrons.
“I was there as a spectator. I was just along for the ride,” said Jamar Montgomery, who told HuffPost he met Ye just a few days before joining him, Nick Fuentes and Donald Trump for dinner.
The tweet was removed during an Infowars broadcast where Ye told Alex Jones, “We got to stop dissing Nazis all the time.”
The right-wing channel and the far-right white supremacist who dined with Trump share a little too much in common, it seems.
Donald Trump said he “never heard” of the notorious white nationalist Nick Fuentes before they dined together at his Mar-a-Lago estate.
“I had no idea what his views were, and they weren’t expressed at the table,” the former president said.
When far-right podcaster Tim Pool told Ye, “I think they’ve been extremely unfair to you,” the rapper pointedly asked him who “they” were.