Fast facts about 'alt-right' Rebel Media's Jewish founder.
Kurt Eichenwald, a Newsweek reporter, was sent a strobe image intended to trigger a seizure along with the message 'You deserve a seizure for your posts.'
President Trump’s top counter-terrorism adviser Sebastian Gorka is a member of a far-right group listed by the State Department as having been 'under the direction of the Nazi Government of Germany' during World War II.
Trump doesn't present Jews as a dangerous group the way he describes Muslims or Mexicans. But don't expect him to take vigorous action to identify, shame and punish the perpetrators of anti-Semitic incidents.
American Conservative Union head says 'the alt-right is not a voice in the conservative movement'; Spencer slams fellow persona non grata Yiannopoulous.
In a statement Tuesday, Yiannopoulos said he would be wrong 'to allow my poor choice of words to detract from my colleagues' important reporting.'
Is there any reason to fear that someone will translate Trump's declarations into real-life intent to harm? There is.
'I like to think of myself as a virtuous troll,' Milo Yiannopoulos told Bill Maher, defending his attacks on female comics and his support of Donald Trump.
Far right bigots are retooling anti-Semitic conspiracy theories against the Muslim community while adopting a vocal defense of Israel. Sadly, a handful of Jewish individuals are buying it.
Scahill, co-founder of The Intercept, says the 'alt-right' leader's appearance could 'be used to incite violence against immigrants, transgender people, and others.'