The Republican from Arizona employed acrostic to spell Area 51 and ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself.’
The 2017 recording of Spencer, who is credited with coining the term “alt-right” and has tried to put a more palatable face on white nationalism, was first uploaded on Saturday.
The controversial commentator took to Twitter to attack Asian-American and Jewish-American reporters, who published that a senior ICE adviser is a Coulter fan.
Bannon, whom many believe played a critical role in getting Donald Trump elected as president and who is bringing the funding for the new movement, chose Modrikamen as his main man in Europe.
“I have the right to put anything I want on my car,” the driver told a Daily News reporter.
"It is our responsibility to respond to this madness, and to do so without delay."
The website served as a platform for Robert Bowers, 46, who on Saturday opened fire on a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, killing 11 congregants.
A few days before, on Saturday, members of Identity Evropa, a white supremacist group, unfurled a banner Saturday reading “STOP THE INVASION, END IMMIGRATION” at the park’s Billings Arcade.
When Trump warned European leaders that immigration is “changing the culture” of their societies, even he acknowledged that his remarks were not “politically correct.”
We should stop worrying about politicians who use populist means to gain voters. Instead, let’s pay closer attention to populists who try pulling the rug out from under liberal democracy.