New York Times reporter Emma Cott says it best: “Deception is baked into the ‘alt-right’, so Eli Mosley is a perfect match for the movement.” This particular deception, however, is beneath contempt.
The Liberty Lamp reported on this court appearance, which was a rather sad affair to be honest. The archive of the Periscope videos follow the article.
It was the first outing of the Nationalist Coalition since Charlottesville. It might as well have been the last.
Thousands are expected to come for Dick Spencer as he makes his first announced public appearance since Charlottesville, but law enforcement is going to try and stop that. UNICORN RIOT
Those in authority have to stop saying that their hands are tied. It’s falling on deaf ears. After this weekend’s flash mob Nazi rally they need to think of something. The following is a reportback from folks on the ground […]
Perjury because video shown during his assault trial last winter showed he lied when he said he was hit first. You realize they could have locked him up months ago and kept Aug. 12 from ever happening, right?
Spencer is learning that just because you have freedom of speech, it doesn’t mean everyone elses’ freedom of association takes a back seat.
At least one old friend got himself on the Chopping Block, and he had company.
The beauty of how the neo-Fash is on the run after Charlottesville is how those that tried to pretend they were not as fashy as the others can’t seem to shake the fashy rep, try as they might. Exhibit A.
Redneck Revolt was just one of the several antifa groups that came out and took on the Nazi rally in Charlottesville. This is what they had to say about that. REDNECK REVOLT