Raheem Kassam Defends Deplatformed Antisemites And Conspiracy Theorists

Recently a handful of extremists were permanently banned from Facebook and Instagram for violating the platforms’ terms of service. Continue reading “Raheem Kassam Defends Deplatformed Antisemites And Conspiracy Theorists”

Headlines — 1/18/19

The officer who murdered Laquan McDonald is sentenced to a paltry 81 months, white supremacist podcaster “Spectre” is revealed to be 49-year-old writer Trey Garrison, President Trump is stirring up fear over “prayer rugs” at the southern border, and more. Continue reading “Headlines — 1/18/19”

‘It’s Dire’: Jim Goad Worries About White Supremacists Being Deplatformed And Losing Control Of The Streets

It’s no secret by this point that deplatforming white supremacists by taking down their social media accounts, websites, and podcasts has been an effective strategy for dealing with the alt-right. Continue reading “‘It’s Dire’: Jim Goad Worries About White Supremacists Being Deplatformed And Losing Control Of The Streets”

Why Are Supporters Of A White Supremacist Terror Group Allowed To Organize On Gab?

Gab CEO Andrew Torba has made it clear that his social media platform will allow almost any content without the threat of censorship — which is why it’s no surprise that white supremacists have flocked to it since its creation in 2016. Continue reading “Why Are Supporters Of A White Supremacist Terror Group Allowed To Organize On Gab?”

In The Past Month, Ann Coulter Has Retweeted White Nationalists Dozens Of Times

In April conservative firebrand Ann Coulter made headlines after she retweeted Mike “Enoch” Peinovich — the anti-Semitic podcaster who founded the website The Right Stuff and co-hosts The Daily Shoah. Continue reading “In The Past Month, Ann Coulter Has Retweeted White Nationalists Dozens Of Times”