About those “Good people on both sides”…
Charlottesville and now Florida – White Supremacist rally – attempted murder by white supremacists.
This is what the Chumph encourages every single day.
They are all active white supremacists; two of them are violent felons.
About five hours before his companion allegedly fired a bullet toward several protesters, and a day before police charged him with attempted homicide, Colton Fears, in an interview with HuffPost, laid out the grievances that had brought him to town. “Basically, I’m just fed up with the fact that I’m cis-gendered, I’m a white male, and I lean right, towards the Republican side,” said Fears, 28, wearing a pin of the 3rd SS Panzer Division Totenkopf of the Waffen-SS. “And I get demonized if I don’t accept certain things.”
According to the Anti-Defamation League, Colton Fears is the “least active” of the three Texas men charged in Thursday’s shooting, which happened after Richard Spencer’s speech at the University of Florida. Fears’ brother, William, 30, and Tyler Tenbrink, 28, were also charged. It was Tenbrink who allegedly jumped out of a silver Jeep after an argument with protesters and produced a handgun. “I’m going to fucking kill you,” Tenbrink reportedly yelled at the protesters, while the Fears brothers encouraged him to shoot.
Tenbrink popped off a single round that missed his targets and hit a building behind them, then got back in the Jeep and fled. One of the victims reported the Jeep’s vehicle tag number to police. Officers from three different law enforcement units caught up with the trio later that evening on Interstate 75 and took them into custody.
Even before their arrest, the trio were known quantities ― Tenbrink and William Fears in particular. They are fairly representative specimens of the sort of flotsam that drifts through the the so-called “alt-right” and, increasingly, trails in the wake of any white nationalist chieftain, even one as snooty as Spencer. They are, in short, surly groupies for whiteness. Here’s what we know about them.
Tenbrink, the man who fired the gun, is a white supremacist from Richmond, Texas. He told the Washington Post that he came to Spencer’s Gainesville speech because he received threats from the “radical left” after he was spotted at the Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. But Tenbrink had been active in the white nationalist scene long before the August gathering.
In June, Tenbrink participated in a white supremacist rally at the Texas State Capitol building in Austin, according to the ADL. The ADL also identified Tenbrink at another Richard Spencer speech at Texas A&M University last December, a white supremacist protest in front of the Houston ADL offices last October, a private event organized by the neo-Nazi Aryan Renaissance Society last September, and a white supremacist protest in front of the Houston NAACP office last August.
Tenbrink told the Post that all he cares about are the “14 words,” a reference to the popular white supremacist slogan: “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.”
Tenbrink pled guilty to a felony assault charge in Texas in 2014. That means he now faces additional charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, the Gainesville Police Department wrote in a statement.
Not sure what was on this cretins mind, but he decided to march through anti-racist protesters at University of Florida in a shirt festooned with Nazi swastikas.
Have you seen anyone since the 70’s wear mutton chops like that?
Fortunately there were no serious injuries, and the Florida Police kept things well in hand.
White Supremacist Richard Spence is having another bad week.
First, one of his supporters picks on the wrong anti-racism protester…
Then the students chase his scum followers off campus…
And instead of handing Spencer a Pepsi…This lady slams him.
When white supremacist Richard Spencer decided to speak at Auburn University despite the safety concerns of students, teachers and staff, he was met with violence as well as tough questions.
One student, however, challenged Spencer so perfectly.
“How are white people more racially oppressed than black people? Because I’m a black woman at a predominantly white institution and I want to know what challenges y’all face that I don’t?” she asked.
A man behind her can be heard shouting out “Affirmative Action” though it was unclear if he was saying she was an Affirmative Action student or if that was a challenge he faces as a white man at the university.
“And then another question: How did it feel when you got punched in the face at the inauguration?” she asked as the audience laughed and applauded.
Got really bad news for you, Spencer. It ain’t your South anymore.
Seems that even conservative’s seemingly bottomless tolerance for racial innuendo and racists has reached its limit.Surprising – since conservatism has been virtually synonymous with racism for such a long time. Richard Spencer gets pimp slapped…Again. SO now we got the alt-right-whites, against the whiter-right-whites…Never ceases to amaze me.
Richard Spencer wants you to know that unlike fellow racist Milo Yiannopoulos who was dis-invited earlier this week …He’s not a pedophile. ind of interesting when someone starts denying something they haven’t been accused of by anyone yet…
On his way out, Richard Spencer rebuked Milo Yiannopoulos, who was disinvited from the event earlier this week.
Richard Spencer, a leader of the white nationalist movement, said he was “glad” that disgraced Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos was disinvited from the Conservative Political Action Conference after he made controversial statements on pedophilia, while leaving the conservative conference Thursday after his own credentials had been revoked.
“I totally reject Milo and I’m glad that he was disinvited,” Spencer said about Yiannopoulos, who resigned from Breitbart this week after remarks surfaced in which he praised pedophilia. The right-wing journalist was slated to be keynote speaker at CPAC but was disinvited earlier this week because of the controversy.
“I was willing to tolerate him or maybe be ambivalent about him but after his video clips, there’s no way that I could support Milo in any way.”
Yiannopoulos, who has stirred up controversy in recent weeks with his appearances on college campuses, resigned from Breitbart and lost a major book deal after tapes emerged on which he advocated sexual relationships between “younger boys and older men.”
In his resignation statement, Yiannopoulos said he believed the tapes were selectively edited.
“To repeat: I do not support child abuse,” Yiannopoulos said at a news conference. “I am sorry to other abuse victims who may have interpreted my statements as flippant.”
Spencer, who purchased his own tickets to CPAC, was ejected after a CPAC staffer spotted him and revoked his credentials. Defiant, Spencer flashed his empty lanyard to reporters as he left the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center just outside D.C., where the conservative confab is taking place over the next few days.
“They threw me out, it’s pathetic,” he said on his way out, saying that he wanted to have conversations inside on identity politics.
“I guess that they just discovered who I was, because the truth is that people want to talk to me, not to other conservatives.”
A CPAC spokesperson told NBC that the group ejected Spencer because it finds his views “repugnant.”
American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp told POLITICO that it was the group’s right to revoke Spencer’s credentials. “You are welcome to come down here, we will have civil conservation about things we disagree with but there are boundaries, one of those boundaries is having respect for people, people’s heritage, people’s race, and the alt-right is not a voice in the conservative movement,” Schlapp said.
But Spencer fired back: “CPAC cannot host a speech where they denounce the alt-right by name and then expect me not to come. They’re children. I mean, look, adults will engage in dialogue particularly when you’re going to denounce someone. They’re not even engaging in dialogue.”
Spencer, who is the president of the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist think tank, was unsparing in his criticism of Yiannopoulos, who is also considered an alt-right activist.
“He glorified and excused the sexual abuse of other people,” Spencer said. “That is absolutely out of bounds.”
Yiannopoulos brushed off Spencer’s criticisms. “Richard Spencer knows that for the rest of his life his best shot at getting attention is to talk about me,” Yiannopoulos told POLITICO. “I don’t begrudge him the scraps he craves.”
Damn, son…You in the wrong part of town to be talking that crap. Might I suggest someplace else…Like safely out in the Red Zone?
You taking a job with the Chumph…You better have a whole bunch of them Trump Storm troopers surrounding your ass.
White nationalist Richard Spencer was reportedly sucker-punched in his face during the inaugural festivities for President Donald Trump today.
A video shared on Twitter shows Spencer discussing the “White lives matter” movement while he’s being harassed and heckled by onlookers. One person called Spencer a Nazi and Spencer corrected the person, claiming that Nazis actually hate him.
While Spencer was talking about the impact Pepe the Frog had during the election, an unidentified white man dressed in a black hoodie with a black cloth over his face approached Spencer and punched him in the face. Spencer collapsed to the side and quickly ran away while fixing his hair. Claims that this occurred during the inaugural festivities are unverified, however.
The attacker fled the scene in the opposite direction.
Spencer, a leader of the so-called “alt-right” movement, has come under political attack for his white nationalism and his targeting of professors. He notoriously held a gathering of neo-Nazis and white nationalists shortly after the election not far from the White House. Spencer’s final remarks led the crowd in a chant of “Hail Trump!” in which audience members raised their hands in a Nazi salute. Spencer’s mother has also come under fire in her Montana town and white nationalists have tried to organize a rally in support.
But Wait! There is more!
This white supremacist baits the bear in a very bad place. A very bad place defined as anywhere there aren’t 10 of his fellow racist white supporters, and more than one black person.
And under the heading of “Don’t go looking for trouble” …”Don’t start trouble, there won’t be any trouble”…This oldie but goodie…
Drive the scum out, any legal way you can….Including the enablers. Take away their ability to recruit, to live without moral condemnation, and destroy their ability to make money.
It can’t just be black or brown folks doing this, even theough Putin’s Bitch supposedly “won” the “election”, there are plenty of white folks out there who don’t want this shit in their community.
The notorious white nationalist Richard Spencer’s mother disagrees with his racist views — but her neighbors want her to prove it.
The founder of the so-called “alt-right” movement has moved from the political fringes to something approaching mainstream notoriety since the election of Donald Trump, but recent newspaper and magazine profiles have made residents of his part-time home aware of Spencer and his views, reported KTMF-TV.
Spencer lives part of the year in Whitefish, Montana, where his parents live and his mother owns property.
“As parents, we deeply love our son, as we always will,” Sherry Spencer told the TV station in an email. “We unequivocally do not agree with the extreme positions espoused by Richard.”
Although she may disagree with his racist views, Sherry Spencer allows her son to list the property she owns as the principle office location for his pseudo-academic National Policy Institute, the TV station reported.
That doesn’t sit well with Tanya Gersh, a local realtor and wedding planner, and civil rights groups.
“She is profiting off of the people of the local community, all the while having facilitated Richard’s work spreading hate by letting him live and use her home address for his organization,” Gersh said.
Sherry Spencer rents out vacation residences on the building’s top floor and leases businesses on the ground floor, but she said the unwanted attention on her business and her son may force her to sell the property located in the city’s historic downtown.
Her commercial tenants say the white nationalist association to the building, which Richard Spencer and his mother built two years ago, is hurting their business.
Sherry Spencer blames a local human rights organization for forcing her to consider selling her downtown property.
“We are stunned by the actions of Love Lives Here, an organization claiming to advocate tolerance and equal treatment of all citizens, yet causing financial harm to many innocent parties,” Sherry Spencer told the TV station.
However, the group’s co-founder dismissed her claims.
“I don’t know what she’s talking about,” said activist Ina Albert. “We don’t cause financial harm to anybody.”
Whitefish residents tried in 2014 to get City Council to pass an anti-hate speech ordinance they hoped would prevent Spencer and his group from holding conferences in the town, but free speech concerns kept the measure from moving forward.
Albert said she doesn’t care that Richard Spencer spends part of the year in Whitefish, where he likes to ski and hike — but she’s not happy the city is “smeared” by its link to his National Policy Institute.
Gersh, however, thinks Sherry Spencer could prove she disagreed with her son’s ideology by ending her business link to his organized hate group.
“(She) could address this by selling the building, making a donation to human rights efforts, and making a statement in opposition to white supremacist ideas spread by Richard,” Gersh said.