Why the Democrats Are So Afraid of the Alt-Right
“It’s a problem that’s going to be exacerbated by the fact that I don’t want to put out a book with any kind of anti-Semitic or white supremacist agenda.”
In addition to his book about his experiences as a Trump voter, Trump has been criticized for using racially insensitive language and has been accused of anti and anti-Semitism.
But while the alt-right has gained attention with its attacks on mainstream American conservatism, the far-right’s more radical members have been less vocal about their views.
Some members have also used their platform to voice their disapproval of President Donald Trump, but they’ve never openly called for his assassination.
“I think they don’t realize how much attention they’re getting from the media, so they don.
I think they’re very scared,” said Michael Eric Dyson, who is also the executive director of the National Socialist Movement, an alt-righter group.
“The media has a problem with them, because it’s their message, it’s not a conspiracy theory.”
The alt-left’s focus on Trump has drawn attention from other far-left groups, too.
At a rally in San Francisco in June, some protesters shouted, “You’re going to jail, you’re going down!”
The crowd booed.
“It was very unfortunate,” Dyson said.
“But that’s the way it is.”
Trump has called for a crackdown on anti-fascist groups.
In April, he called for “an all-out assault on the alt right,” in a tweet that many took to be a reference to the alt left.
On Twitter, he also took a shot at his own critics, tweeting, “@CNN I don\’t have time for you.
You are fake news.
They are fake.
You think you know everything.
In the past, Trump himself has used his platform to criticize the alt wing, including by using his own words to call them out.
“You know, I’m just trying to get a little bit of a laugh out of it,” Trump said at a rally last year.
“I’m not really into it.
I don�t like it.
But the way I speak to it is, you know, it just makes me sad, doesn’t it?”
But he added, “I’ve had a lot of success with it, actually.
And I don.
And frankly, I don?t care what you think.”