On election night, Jean-François “JF” Gariépy hosted a six-hour livestream event to discuss the results. Continue reading “James Edwards: ‘Everyone Knows The GOP Is The White Party’”
On the October 20, 2018 episode of The Political Cesspool, Wisconsin Neo-Nazi and failed congressional candidate Paul Nehlen updated James Edwards on the state of his, ahem, career. Continue reading “Paul Nehlen Says The Nazis Were Right To Burn The Talmud”
Here’s a tip for white supremacists out there who are thinking about suing news outlets over their coverage of you: maybe watch out for who you associate with and what you say, because it might come back to bite you. Continue reading “Michigan Appeals Court Tosses White Supremacist James Edwards’ Defamation Suit Against The Detroit News”
On the November 12, 2016 episode of The Political Cesspool, James Edwards and co-host Keith Alexander celebrated Donald Trump’s win last week, and suggested that the president-elect “show no mercy” to the enemies of the alt-right that helped pave the way for his victory. Continue reading “James Edwards: Trump Must Not Show Mercy to Enemies of the Alt-Right”
At the fourteenth annual (with the exception of a couple cancellations) AmRen conference, James Edwards of The Political Cesspool gave a speech about his rise as a white nationalist talk show host. He also lamented the removal of Confederate flags and monuments following the bloodbath in Charleston at the hands of white supremacist Dylann Roof — what Edwards called an “anti-Southern hysteria.” Continue reading “FLASHBACK: James Edwards Calls Nathan Bedford Forrest a ‘Hero’ and Defends Pro-Slavery Article”
On his March 26, 2016 podcast of The Political Cesspool, Memphis-based radio host James Edwards — along with co-host Keith Alexander — used the recent terrorist attacks in Belgium to demonize multiculturalism and Muslim refugees.
On the January 23, 2016 episode of the Political Cesspool, a popular white supremacist radio show, host James Edwards offered a belated take on Martin Luther King Day. Continue reading “White Supremacist Radio Hosts Call Martin Luther King, Jr. an ‘Anti-White Communist’”