The shooter in the Jacksonville Dollar General shooting was a white supremacist, according to authorities.
Former president Donald Trump held a dinner for Ye aka Kanye West and far-right activist and white supremacist Nick Fuentes last Tuesday at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. The pre-Thanksgiving event has caused a massive backlash, leading Trump to blame Ye for the meeting. Ye also claimed Trump insulted his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian at the dinner.
Law enforcement officials confirmed that Lyndon McLeod, who was killed in a shootout with police, was responsible for the mass shootings in Denver, Colorado on Monday. While offering no motive, many point to McLeod's prominent history of espousing white supremacy and violence online as a possible reason.
When pressed to condemn extremist white supremacist groups during the debate, Trump fired back with, "Proud Boys, stand back and stand by! But I’ll tell you what, somebody’s got to do something about Antifa and the left."
In short, the document stated that radicalized and armed white extremists present a "most lethal threat" to the United States through next year.
Didn't we tell y'all to be mindful of the Ops? An alleged "Antifa" account on Twitter that called for violence during the protests throughout the nation was actually being run by White Supremacists.
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 […]
William Henry Fears, 30; Colton Gene Fears, 28; and Tyler Eugene Tenbrink, 28; were charged with attempted homicide following a Richard Spencer talk.
Christopher Cantwell, a member the white supremacist group that marched on Charlottesville last weekend, was seen on video crying over a warrant for his arrest. Cantwell had previously been recorded talking tough about his desire to monetize the racial hate biz but changed his tune when facing the prospect.
The situation unfolding in Charlottesville, Virginia took a dark turn in the wake of Gov. Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency in the city. A car plowed into the throng of gatherers in the city, leaving one dead and 19 others injured.
A group of white nationalists armed with cheap tiki torches and towering mugs of white privilege converged on the city of Charlottesville in Virginia ahead of a planned event on Friday. The Unite The Right rally, which was slated to take place in the city Saturday, was preceded by a number of ongoing clashes between nationalists and […]