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Richard Spencer

White Nationalist- see Pages White Supremacy and The Alt Right

Mother Jones Profile 2016      March 2017: his Louisiana family farm has received $2 mil in subsidies.  Close to Stephen Miller, current Senior White House adviser for policy.

Spoke at the “Unite The Right” protest of the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue on August 12, 2017 in Charlottesville, VA. 3 deaths, 2 of them police in a helicopter crash, and Heather Hayle who was struck by a car.

“Almost immediately after the rally was announced [on 9/11, 2017], plans sprang up for a counter-protest called “BTHO Hate” — the name referring to a Texas A&M football chant to “beat the hell outta” opposing teams. White supremacists keep coming to our campus thinking we’re going to support them,” Adam Key, a doctoral student at A&M who is organizing the counter-protest, told The Tribune. “Just like the last time they showed up, we want to demonstrate as clearly as we can that their ideas are not welcome here.” Spencer last spoke on the A&M campus in December, drawing in thousands to protest his speech to a crowd of roughly 400 people.” The Hill

September 11, 2017: White nationalist rally at Texas A&M to feature Richard Spencer; counterprotest planned

A College Station white nationalist is planning a rally on the campus of Texas A&M University that will feature the infamous self-described “alt-right” leader Richard Spencer. Students are already planning a counterprotest.

This page tracks Social Media, etc. things about RIchard Spencer.

Alt Right: A Primer about the New White Supremacy  Anti Defamation League “White supremacist Richard Spencer, who runs the National Policy Institute, a tiny white supremacist think tank, coined the term “Alternative Right” as the name for an online publication that debuted in 2010. The online publication changed hands in 2013 when Spencer shut it down. It was soon re-launched by Colin Liddell and Andy Nowicki, who were former writers for Alternative RightSpencer went on to found another online journal, Radix. Both Alternative Right and Radix act as forums for racists, anti-Semites and others who identify with the Alt Right.”

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