“All these people who were able to get together just a year ago are totally unable to do that now because of all the disputes.”
The white nationalist connections of Trump’s immigration adviser, Canadian immigration policy, a neo-Nazi quiz and more.
Plus: The curious case of an adoption ad on a far-right podcast, a Middle Eastern conservative reflects on a Trump appointee’s Islamophobia and more.
Plus: School shooter chat groups are taken down following our reporting, Richard Spencer’s struggles and a Confederate mural is painted over.
United The Right has the potential to throw a Virginia city into chaos, a look at why hate crime victims don’t report their attackers to police and an alt-right warrior’s quest for redemption.
As he moved from the GOP establishment to an “alt-right” mentor, William H. Regnery II has consorted with Ku Klux Klan apologists, anti-Semites and boosters of carving a white-only “ethnostate” out of the United States.
In this week’s Hate Report: a look at Richard Spencer’s reclusive backer, a report shows hate crimes against Muslims spiked and a city pushes back against white supremacy.
Working behind the scenes, William H. Regnery II has played an important role in making his ultra-right views a part of America’s political conversation in the era of Trump.
Grants totaling $10 million were awarded to groups like the Heartland Democracy Center, which sets up counseling groups for kids at risk of radicalization, and Life After Hate, which helps white supremacists and neo-Nazis transition into new lives.