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Since early last year, the far-right groups Patriot Prayer and the Proud Boys have held more than a dozen rallies throughout the Pacific Northwest under the banner of “freedom” — and with talk of bringing weapons and declarations that “this is war,” members are threatening to make next weekend’s march the most combustible yet.
As the first anniversary of Unite the Right approached, Charlottesville festers with high tensions and uncertainty as to what might happen on August 11 and 12.
First, the question was “Where’s Jason Kessler?”
Immediately after the deadly “Unite the Right” white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last August 11 and 12, far-fetched conspiracy theories blossomed on the internet.
Jason Kessler, a racist white rights advocate, dropped a request for a judge to force Charlottesville, Virginia, to grant permission to hold a rally on August 11.
As Russia tries to insinuate itself more and more into the fabric of the American political right wing, it may be getting an unusual ally.
Neo-Nazi Taylor Michael Wilson pleaded guilty to a federal domestic terrorism charge for pulling the emergency brakes on an Amtrak train in October 2017.