My heart skipped a beat when the outcome was announced at the trial of the organizers of the 2017 Unite the Right rally here in Charlottesville. The white supremacists and their organizations were found guilty of conspiracy to commit violence, and are liable for over $25 million in damages to those who were directly wounded on that terrible day.
Dubbed Goyim Gear, some of the T-shirts bear the “Happy Merchant” anti-Jewish cartoon.
FBI set up an undercover sting operation to catch Richard Holzer.
Here’s a guide to the things we’ve seen so far.
Innocuous groups like anti-war activists, LGBQT people and New Agers are marching side by side with anti-vaxxers and neo-Nazis
“Nazi-inspired threats and violence continue to plague this nation and others 75 years after the end of World War II,” DOJ officials said.
The Base believes “society should be pushed to collapse so a white ethnostate can arise out of the ruins.”
“Their recruiting is done openly on every social media platform.”
“A purpose of the agreement was to show the strength and cohesion of The Base, as well as to terrorize Jewish citizens.”
Morris Gulett has donated at least 29 separate times since 2017, and ends his sermon with a Nazi salute.