A guide to the “alt-right” groups that protested in Charlottesville

The rally was the largest white supremacist gathering in a decade, according to the Anti-Defamation League, but it wasn’t the work of one extremist group or coalition. Spearheaded by a local far-right activist named Jason Kessler, the rally saw several racists, anti-Semitic and fascist groups, new and old, come together.

The irony of it all is that the Democrat party founded the KKK and were the party of segregation and slavery, yet they want to destroy and remove statues of men who they say represented slavery and segregation. While the alt-right, which is actually a liberal movement of white nationalists and former Occupy Wall Street members who are protesting the removal of those statues because it represents the past history and culture of the US.

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What Do The Antifa Symbols Mean? The Flags Often Feature Three Arrows

As white nationalists rallied in Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend, they were confronted by counter-protesters, some of whom were members of a loosely-organized coalition known as “antifa,” or “anti-fascists.” Anti-fascist symbols were often …

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US government demands details on all visitors to anti-Trump protest site 

Privacy advocates call warrant for IP addresses of 1.3 million people who visited inauguration protest website an unconstitutional ‘fishing expedition’.

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‘Project Runway’ Has Plus Size Models This Season and It’s About Time

Inclusivity should always be “in” or a “do” when it comes to fashion. Sadly, that’s not always the case. However, an industry tentpole is stepping up with an inclusive initiative that we’re here for. Long-running fashion designer competition Project Runway will feature models of all different sizes during its sixteenth season, which kicks off Aug. 17.

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Net Neutrality Explained

Instead of identifying barriers to market entry and access it was creating barriers to market entry and access. The costs of the Net Neutrality set up that his administration created was so burdensome that many companies literally stopped growing at all. They would not accept new customer regions, they would not improve their hardware, they had no chance to really profit from the hardware or ISP levels.

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Can North Korea Missiles Reach California? The West Coast Isn’t That Far From Pyongyang

At the end of July, the simmering tension between North Korea and the U.S. took on heightened urgency after observers noted that the latest North Korean missile could possibly reach the West Coast. The “rebel state” carried out an intercontinental ball…

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FBI Raided Paul Manafort’s Home In July With A “No Knock” Warrant

One of the homes of Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort was raided in late July by the FBI following Manafort’s testimony to Congress. The fact that a federal judge issued the “no knock”warrant indicates there is credible evidence that a crime has been committed.

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Video:”WaPo: North Korea has missile-ready nuclear warhead” 

With the latest threats from North Korea and Trump’s response, the possibility of war is becoming more concerning. Recent intel reports say that North Korea has a nuclear weapon that fits on a missile that could reach the United States.

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Former CNN commentator becomes Trump’s news anchor reporting “Real News” from Trump Tower

Kayleigh Mcenany, former CNN commentator and Trump supporter becomes Trump’s “Real News” anchor, reporting what the Trump admin considers factual reporting.

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Video:Alex Jones retracts #pizzagate allegations and apologizes

On March 24, 2017 conspiracist and Trump supporter Alex Jones retracted his reporting on the “pizzagate” human trafficking and child sex conspiracy being spread online by numerous pro Trump, alt right websites.

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