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Paul Nehlen, a white nationalist congressional candidate from Wisconsin, took to Gab.ai yesterday to reveal one of the alt-right’s best-kept secrets: the identity of notorious Twitter troll @Ricky_Vaughn99.
Having a donation to an antisemitic and racist website pop up on a credit card probably isn’t ideal for most people.
For awhile, the ‘alt-lite’ media organ has played coy with white nationalism — but now it appears the façade is fast crumbling.
In the churning hours after Traditionalist Worker Party chief Matthew Heimbach’s arrest amidst a sex scandal, organization benefactor and spokesman Matt Parrott promised to delete membership information about the group.
If there’s a second “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, the League of the South won’t be there.
The case of a schoolteacher in Florida suggests a subversion strategy long advocated by alt-right leaders — but if it's happening, it's likely arising from the simple need for hate to hide its face.
Triangulating Matthew Heimbach’s role in the white nationalist movement has always been a complicated affair. The League of the South, the Aryan Terror Brigade, the Hammerskins and other neo-Nazi groups. He got into bed with all of them.