The 'alt-right" is nothing. It's like some 4chan nightmare come to life. Seriously.
Richard Spencer got full fawning treatment at the Los Angeles Times last week, "'There's nothing wrong with being white.' Trump's win brings 'white pride' out of the shadows."
And noq, Sarah Kendzior, and I'm sure numerous others, got the Times to change their headline on yesterday's alt-right conference in D.C., with the new headline denoting "white supremacists."
But the thing is, they number in the low hundreds. They're nobodies. I mean, who knew racism would be so popular in the late-Obama interregnum?
Screenshotting so you will see how MSM now portrays supremacists who want ethnic cleansing. Don't give clicks. But you must know #Resist pic.twitter.com/rOYQFenLaX— Sarah Kendzior (@sarahkendzior) November 21, 2016
LA Times has now rewritten their headline but are still glamorizing and normalizing supremacists who want ethnic cleansing pic.twitter.com/iJjLd9ALKq— Sarah Kendzior (@sarahkendzior) November 21, 2016
But see Jamie Weinstein:
As I noted to Richard Spencer in my intv today, his conference had 200-300 ppl, BronyCon 2016 had over 7,000. Not sure alt-right thriving— Jamie Weinstein (@Jamie_Weinstein) November 21, 2016
Still more, at the New York Times (seeing a pattern here?):
"Heil the people! Heil victory," some shouted at an alt-right conference in Washington https://t.co/p45TVU0ZLI— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 21, 2016