A search for the Twitter account of far-right social networking site Gab resulted in a message that "this account doesn't exist" as of Friday night.
The sign, which was displayed close to a school, was eventually removed by outraged residents.
Groups such as the Oath Keepers will see the new president as a threat and extreme conspiracy theorists may take up violence, experts tell Newsweek.
Guy Reffitt is part of the Three Percenters, who see themselves as revolutionaries fighting against the U.S. government.
Ashland Mayor Steve Trivett told those responsible for posting far-right fliers: "We will pick up the trash you dropped."
"It doesn't seem like it's just individual, lone actors," a former senior Pentagon official told Newsweek, "but very coordinated and well-trained individuals, many of which have served in the military or have advanced weapons and explosives training."
Affidavit states so-called "QAnon Shaman" was part of a violent mob who plotted to attack "traitors" in government.
Republican Representative Mike Nearman hasn't apologized for letting far-right protesters, some of whom were armed, enter the state capitol building during a special session.
The FBI has frequently asked the public for help in identifying those taking part in the January 6 attack.
Kristopher Dreww, a 32-year-old hairstylist, recorded a series of videos in order to clarify that he and other rioters purposely went to Washington "to attack people," describing the protest as "exhilarating."
The Change.org petition has doubled in support following the attack on Congress at Capitol Hill on January 6.
Nick Ochs, leader and founder of Proud Boys Hawaii, is charged with unlawful entry into restricted buildings or grounds.
The clip appeared online prior to the atatck on Capitol but gained traction as "free speech" social media was due to go offlie.
Gab shut down in 2018 after hosting posts linked to the gunman in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.
Michigan lawmaker said his colleague voted against the results after being "profoundly shaken" by the violent attack on the Capitol.
The man seen inside Senate chamber in horned fur hat and face paint has featured in videos spouting false claims for months.
Prominent conspiracy theorists are sharing messages about returning to D.C. with guns and physically removing Joe Biden.
The move comes as Capitol Police come under criticism for a perceived lack of preparation prior to Wednesday's riot.
One of the protesters who stormed Congress on Wednesday was wearing an anti-Semitic 'Camp Auschwitz' top. Similar items were available online.
The RefuseFascism group, which is planning rallies across the country, has warned that "even a failed coup is to be taken seriously."
The far-right group who were buoyed by Donald Trump's presidency were among those taking part in the attack on D.C.
Jake Angeli has been spotted at a number of right-wing protests showing support for QAnon and wearing his horned hat.
The website that accepted donations for Kyle Rittenhouse, the Kenosha shooting accused, is now hosting a page for the Proud Boys leader.
Authorities declared the protests an unlawful assembly and ordered protesters to disperse on New Year's Day.
Benjamin Ryan Teeter to be sentenced after he discussed blowing up government buildings and provided weaponry to an FBI informant.
The online retailer found selling clothing with the phrase 6MWE—a far-right term that stands for "6 million wasn't enough."
Virginia-based company Verillas said it was "disgusted" by far-right supporters wearing its clothing on Saturday.
The far-right group made the claim on Parler after chairmen Enrique Tarrio was photographed at the White House during a tour.
California-based doctor Taylor Nichols has been praised for his honesty after tweeting story showing how the "pandemic has worn on me."
The suspect, who was filmed putting up swastika stickers that read "We are everywhere," may face hate crime and vandalism charges over the incident in Fairfax.