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A bill for $116,000 that was sent to Ye aka Kanye West is reportedly behind the firing of far-right extremist Milo Yiannopoulos from West's purported 2024 presidential campaign run. Sources close to West claim that the bill being sent flew in the face of the campaign team's policy of staffers working on a volunteer basis.

Former president Donald Trump blasted "loser for our nation" Senator Mitch McConnell after the congressman stated that antisemitism & white supremacy had no place in the Republican Party on Tuesday. The comments came in an interview he had with Fox News later that day, in which he also again denied knowing who Fuentes was.

Almost two weeks from the violent insurrection on the U.S. Capitol, the FBI is making major headway on arresting white supremacists across the country. We've collected the top 15 arrests you should know about that's made headlines so far.

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson said via a statement that the man shot dead engaged in a shootout and was a gang member.

A man suspected of being a white supremacist learned a valuable lesson in minding one’s own business, this after a viral video showed him bloodied in the face after tossing a bottle at a truck. To add insult to injury, the man was forced to clean the truck he flung the bottle towards.

A white man with links to a white supremacist prison gang was sentenced to life in prison this past Tuesday for the murder of a Black Oregon teenager in 2016. Russell Orlando Courtier reportedly fought with 19-year-old Larnell Bruce Jr. outside a 7-Eleven store ahead of the vicious murder.

A white South Carolina man was sentenced to 10 years in prison after his attempt to have a Black neighbor lynched was headed off by the FBI. Brandon Cory Lecroy reportedly reached out to white supremacist groups to take out his neighbor for $500, which landed him on the radar of the Feds.

Jemele Hill has already shown and proved she’s about that action, as evidenced by her Twitter account shutting down trolls in the wake of clapping at President Donald Trump. The latest addition to The Undefeated‘s stellar staff was a guest on The View where co-host tried to get Hill to change her tune in calling […]

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Neo-Nazis, aka fine people per Donald Trump, will put hands on people of color and women. A bi-racial couple was allegedly attacked by White Supremacists after a rally in Tennessee.

Walking around with a Nazi armband just may get you punched in the face, and knocked the f*ck out. That's exactly what happened to a white supremacist in Seattle.

It seems D.C. police could care less that the tensions between the African-American community and police are at an all time high. Several members of MPDC were recently caught sporting supremacist clothing while on duty.