“Are you protesting the part where I’m condemning the Nazis?”
“Dumbassery of the highest order, here, @washingtonpost.”
“…if you label me alt-right, f*** you and f*** the horse you rode in on.”
“It’s gone mainstream”?
Angry DC fans? Alt-Right people? Who knows, but no…
“Distressingly, even academics who should know better are playing this game.”
No, but I suppose at least some of the confusion is understandable
“Sometimes the side that is kvetching the loudest has sort of orchestrated this so they can bitch about it.”
“The text doesn’t include any reference to counterprotesters.”
“This group is trying actively to intimidate, suppress free speech and violently attack people with whom they disagree.”
“Citizens standing up for equality and freedom can never be equated with white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and the KKK.”
“I think there’s blame on both sides.”
“He has done a lot in the fight against illegal immigration.”
“…it should be mocked, and I’m glad to have mocked it.”
“Mrs. Clinton’s public criticism of the alt-right could turn out to be a boon for the movement…”
“If he doesn’t respect all Americans, how can he serve all Americans?”
The party who cried wolf.
“…the speech is being welcomed as a sort of coming-out party”
It’s gonna be tense in Pittsburgh tonight.
Organized retail crime