In the days following the Hamas massacres in southern Israel, the group’s propaganda videos—including graphic, unedited streams of terrorists firing automatic weapons and the mutilated bodies of victims—proliferated unhindered on the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.
Last February, the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) issued a stinging rebuke of Marjorie Taylor Greene, the far-right Republican representative from Georgia, over her participation in the America First Political Action Conference (AFPAC), hosted by neo-Nazi demagogue Nick Fuentes.
White replacement theory, the repugnant racist trope that claims America’s white population is being displaced by people of color, is once again receiving a wide audience among those feeling malnourished by Donald Trump’s absence from their social media feeds.
In early August, as the COVID-19 pandemic raged and the president of the United States lied and passed the buck, 550 supporters attended an “Evangelicals for Trump” rally, hosted by the Trump campaign, at the Ahern Hotel in Las Vegas, NV.
And why we haven’t heard the last of Ted Cruz and other anti-government conservatives. // By Sarah Posner