The Fox News host doubled down Monday evening, saying, "in order to win and maintain power, Democrats plan to change the population of the country."
The daily EOIR news briefing, which is distributed to all 440 immigration judges in the U.S., this week contained a blog post from a white nationalist website.
"Antifa stands for anti-fascism and I joined thinking I was going to be doing something good."
The Christchurch shooter mentioned only one U.S. state in his manifesto: Texas. The El Paso shooter answered this online call to arms.
"He is the president of all America. He should not be doing this," April Ryan said.
"I heard screeching tires and an engine revving as it sped past me up the street," a photographer said.
Rob Tibbetts, Mollie's dad, contacted the FBI but was told that because of free speech, there was little they could do.
The call labels her alleged killer as an "invader from Mexico," and encourages America to be "whites only."
Far-right to hold rally in Washington on one year anniversary of deadly Charlottesville demonstration.
Virginia Republicans voted to nominate a senatorial candidate with deep connections to white supremacists and anti-Muslim coalitions Tuesday evening. Corey Stewart, a former gubernatorial candidate, confederate statue defender, and praiser of anti-Semites, clinched the nomination.
Alt-right advocate James Allsup is now an elected official in Washington state as more white nationalists run for office than ever before.
Eight months after the deadly Unite the Right rally descended into chaos, the identities of white nationalists involved in violent incidents remain unknown.
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback helped launch an influential protest movement throughout the NFL over America's treatment of people of color.
The "anti-communist" rally boasting a who's who of white nationalist speakers was to have been held three days after Christmas in Charlotte.
The hate-propaganda campaign at the diverse Texas school is just the latest in a wave of white supremacist recruitment activities at colleges and universities across the country.
For some users, hate speech dropped as much as 80 to 90 percent.
One donation to the white supremacist's failed 2016 Senate campaign backfired.
A report from the Department of Homeland Security outlined how anarchist groups and extreme-right supporters were preparing for an unprecedented confrontation.
The response from President Trump and prominent evangelicals to Charlottesville mimics the equivocation of some Muslims after Islamist-inspired attacks.
The tears have been steadily streaming ever since Donald Trump's controversial press conference on Tuesday.
"We don't want people to think that they can hide behind Robert E. Lee's name for these senseless acts of violence."