I don’t want to sound like I’m an alarmist, but we are living in a political era where the alt-right is getting its claws into mainstream media and, to a lesser extent, political discourse.
It’s easy to see why this is happening, given the prevalence of internet trolls and trolls themselves.
When you have a culture that prizes the self-interest of the white supremacist, the alt right can be a boon to a political movement that’s been at the center of the movement since the early days of Donald Trump.
The alt right, or white supremacist movement, began as a fringe fringe group of right-wing commentators, and was soon embraced by Trump and others on the far right.
Now, in 2018, there are now thousands of websites and social media platforms that promote white supremacist ideologies and ideologies that often have no connection to white nationalism.
The alt-left is also thriving, but with a smaller following and less influence in mainstream media.
While there are a number of reasons for the rise of the alt Right, its roots are deep and rooted in white nationalism, which has long been a cornerstone of the American right.
White nationalism is a subset of a wider racist movement known as “alt-right,” which emerged during the late 1990s and early 2000s as a white nationalist movement with an emphasis on preserving and preserving white supremacy.
Its adherents espouse white nationalism and embrace racism and other racist ideologies.
While many of these beliefs are shared by many other groups in the U.S., such as Muslims, Muslims and people who identify as non-Christian, the white nationalists are often vilified by their political opponents.
The alt-Right is particularly aggressive when it comes to its attacks on political opponents, including Democrats, African Americans, women, immigrants, the LGBTQ community, liberals, feminists and others.
It also has targeted and attacked other minority groups, such as immigrants, Latinos, Muslims, Jews, Muslims-Americans, Jews-and-anti-Semitism.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, alt-righters targeted prominent Democrats like Hillary Clinton, who they accused of supporting the Islamic State and other groups that espouse racist, Islamophobic and anti-Semitic views.
The Alt-Right has also attacked former President Barack Obama, whom they believed was too close to liberal Jews and who was not “real” white nationalism as Trump often asserted.