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Hatewatch
April 11, 2023

The white nationalist hate group Patriot Front formed in 2017 in Texas and is one of the most active operating in the U.S. Over the years, numerous Hatewatch investigations have revealed the group’s racist intent and the destructive behavior of the violent young men the group attracts.

Hatewatch
February 16, 2023

Text messages released Tuesday between Proud Boys leader Henry “Enrique” Tarrio and a lieutenant from the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department’s (MPD) Intelligence Bureau (IB) shed light on the department’s relationship with the Proud Boys ahead of the Jan. 6 insurrection.

Hatewatch
January 31, 2023

A leaked Department of Homeland Security (DHS) list shows that Robert Paul “Rob” Rundo, founder of the violent white nationalist Rise Above Movement (RAM), has been marked on a 2019 “no-fly” list compiled by the Terrorist Screening Center (TSC). Individuals on this list are prevented from boarding aircraft within the U.S. and international flights bound to the U.S.

Hatewatch
January 17, 2023

Far-right propagandist Vincent James Foxx echoed “Great Replacement” conspiracy theories in a speech to a gathering of North Idaho Republicans just over a week ago, alleging that unspecified conspirators had “intentionally and deliberately and consistently changed the demographics of this country ... because they know that certain groups vote a certain way, and they know they can use that, that’s a benefit to them.”

Hatewatch
December 23, 2022

The former leader of the extremist Proud Boys claimed he received from members of the capital’s Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) the location of left-wing counterprotesters inside Washington, D.C. Enrique Tarrio made the claim in a deposition to the U.S. House Special Committee investigating the events surrounding the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection.

Hatewatch
December 19, 2022

A Hatewatch investigation has revealed that white nationalist Nick Fuentes has repeatedly livestreamed from a pricey apartment building in suburban Chicago, while telling viewers and supporters that he was still working from his old studio in his parents’ basement five miles away, as he had for at least four years leading up to his move to a new base of operations.

Hatewatch
December 16, 2022

The Hungarian ambassador to the U.S. affirmed Hungary’s position as a beacon of the international hard-right movement at a controversial Republican gathering that white nationalists, European far-right politicians and controversial Republican politicians including Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia attended.

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