Since its founding in 2016, Redneck Revolt chapters have opened in more than 30 states.
The year 2017 will be remembered as the year Nazis re-emerged as a visible presence in the United States and the word alt-right became a common household term.
Republican Paul Nehlen has been lauded as a first among a new generation of neo-Nazis and white nationalist commentators for embracing "alt-right" language online.
Some people say John Schnatter's political views were the only reason they ate Papa John's pizza.
"I am sitting next to a female congressman on a flight from DCA to LAX," alt-right troll Johnson posted.
White nationalists voiced despair and outrage about the news of the Republican's defeat.
As America grapples with the fallout from racist violence in Charlottesville, furries across the land are dealing with their own Nazi problem.
The verification of Jason Kessler, who organized the Unite the Right rally, caused a backlash and prompted Twitter boss Jack Dorsey to admit the company had failed.
The ACLU is telling her to shake it off.
Gigi Hadid said the right winger was a "f**king moron."
As with the fake news story that antifa is waging civil war, imaginary supersoldiers have been injected into the far-right's coverage of a series of planned rallies.
Trump's rhetoric is priming racist movements to take more "daring" action, say historians of American white supremacism.
The warrant was issued after the victim showed video evidence to police and a judge.
This latest conspiracy theory is being pushed, again, by the likes of Alex Jones and Yournewswire.com.
"The alt-right represents spiritual darkness on the offensive, attacking our Pledge of Allegiance, our Constitution," says the Reverend William Dwight McKissic.
"I figured that there was something there," "alt-right" activist Brad Griffin says.
Trump is the president that we—conservatives—deserve.