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A white nationalist and alt-right frontman will be allowed to speak at Michigan State University in March after the school and the racist settled a lawsuit over the on-campus appearance.
Twitter began implementing new rules on Monday to suspend users affiliated with hate groups, as well as users who engage in abuse, hateful conduct, or promote violence and physical harm against people “on the basis of their group characteristics.”
Floridian voters are spared listening to Augustus Invictus’ longwinded speeches and phony accent this election cycle, but the racist “alt-right” establishment now has a loose cannon on their hands.
It probably seemed like an easy way to raise funds for the Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas (FMI).
The front man for the racist “alt-right” movement scored a speaking engagement at the University of Cincinnati.