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Less than a week after 17 people were killed in Parkland, Florida, RidersUSA hosted their annual Second Amendment rally as planned in Phoenix.
Led by an 18-year-old Texas man, the far right splinter group born from the fallout over Charlottesville connects flyer-plastering activists online around the country.
Alt-right figures, Infowars, and their conspiracist cohort spin baseless and increasingly wild claims of impending violence, from a November 4 nonevent to the Texas church shooting.
Last Saturday, Washington, D.C.’s National Mall was the site of two very different, simultaneous rallies.
The religious concepts of militia extremists
In Trump’s America, there’s an upside down of the way it was.
More than three years after cattle rancher Cliven Bundy, backed by heavily armed militias, stood down federal agents in Bunkerville, Nevada, the antigovernment movement has not forgotten that fateful day, especially as many of the defendants from the standoff are heading to trial.
At the 2017 Prepper, Survivalists and Militia Rendezvous in Talkeetna, Alaska—Rondy for short—a number of people stroll the backcountry property with handguns holstered on their hips or legs, rifles slung across their shoulders.