Far-right trolls Nick Fuentes and Milo Yiannopolous have made tens of thousands of dollars working for Kanye’s apparent presidential campaign.
White nationalist Nick Fuentes and his army of "groypers" have turned Kanye into a meme—even though the disgraced rapper has gone back to celeb life.
“Groypers,” followers of white nationalist livestreamer Nicholas Fuentes, are all over Instagram, some with thousands of followers.
“Sorry, but you have gone too far,” Elon Musk apparently wrote in a text exchange posted by Ye on Truth Social. “This is not love.”
Despite his rhetoric growing increasingly vile over the years, the white nationalist has only moved closer to conservative political power.
Nick Fuentes is a 24-year-old Holocaust denier and unrepentant racist who has frequently touted the white supremacist “Great Replacement” theory.
The very first hours of Musk’s stewardship of Twitter have been dominated by users relishing their ability to use profane slurs and racial epithets.
The rapper, who has fully gone public with his antisemitism, is buying the far-right platform. The extreme right could not be more thrilled.
“No matter what you think of Alex Jones, all he did was speak words. He was not the one who pulled the trigger.”
The far-right candidate told her supporters she has no intention of conceding the race.
Police arrested a 24-year-old man and charged him with hate crimes after allegedly vandalizing the UpRising Bakery and Café in a suburb of Chicago.
They paint Pepe the Frog crosses at church camp while decrying modern American society. But allegations against white nationalist Nick Fuentes by a former ally threaten to tear the movement apart.