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In Plain Sight: Uncovering Border Patrol's Relationship with Far-Right Militias at the Southern Border
Antigovernment militia groups in Arizona appear to be working in tandem with some Border Patrol agents in Pima County, based on a Hatewatch review of social media.
Extremistas en la frontera: cómo la extrema derecha explota la crisis migratoria, apunta a las organizaciones humanitarias y esparce los temores nativistas
A medida que la crisis migratoria continúa creciendo en la frontera del sur, los grupos humanitarios enfrentan un acoso continuo de la extrema derecha que impulsa temas antiinmigrantes y antigubernamentales que difaman a los migrantes.
Daily Stormer editor Andrew Anglin operates hundreds of different Bitcoin addresses that collectively transferred and received at least 1 million U.S. dollars’ worth of value, some to an apparent Russian darknet site that traffics in illegal activity, according to blockchain analysis software used by Hatewatch.
The Washington City Paper, a small D.C. outlet, ran a story called “Alt Right Conspiracy Theorists Obsess Over Comet Ping Pong” on Nov. 6, 2016. A phone call requesting comment for the article marks the moment that restaurateur James Alefantis’ life changed.
Twitter gave far-right extremists the platform they needed to plan an attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, and the website, if it maintains its current approach, will likely enable politically motivated violence again in the future.
Extremists at the Border: How the Far Right Exploits the Migrant Crisis, Targets Humanitarian Organizations and Peddles Nativist Fears
As the migrant crisis continues to grow at the Southern border, humanitarian groups are faced with a continued assault from far-right extremists who push anti-immigrant and antigovernment tropes vilifying migrants.
Forty-year-old James Kreider allegedly provided security assistance to the white nationalist movement for years, helping extremists mask their identities and plan clandestine meetups, according to three different sources who spoke to Hatewatch.
Donors gave the prominent white nationalist hate group VDARE $4.3 million in 2019, over eight times more than the year before, according to tax records the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) obtained and shared with Hatewatch.