“Evropa has landed at the White House!” he wrote on Twitter.
University of Illinois Professor Francis Boyle, credited with starting the BDS movement, has become a regular guest on Alex Jones’s Infowars. Why?
“I am a proud Brooklyn ordinary guy,” he claims. “I’m not a goddamn Nazi.”
“Really, it’s not about ideology; it’s about a broken search for identity, community and purpose,” he said of the growing alt-right movement.
She described him as victim of “label lynching” before showing a video of him speaking at a 2016 Trump rally.
“Stop the invasion, end immigration,” the banner said.
Several well-known white supremacists donated to Donald Trump’s reelection campaign, and the campaign has yet to give the money back, records show.
“I am ashamed for the hurtful, unjustifiable words that I posted online that showed callous disregard toward certain minority groups.”
Dov Bechhofer was suspended from his job as a doctor at Montefiore Medical Center for allegedly making racist comments on a white supremacist website.
Researchers found propaganda-emblazoned toys and books, Pepe the Frog-themed clothes and accessories, and Confederate flag T-shirts and pins.