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    Default CNN Invites White Supremacist Richard Spencer to Talk About Trump’s Racist Tweets

    CNN Invites White Supremacist Richard Spencer to Talk About Trump’s Racist Tweets

    By kelly.weill@thedailybeast.com (Kelly Weill) Justin Baragona
    The Daily Beast •July 16, 2019


    CNN interviewed white supremacist Richard Spencer during a Tuesday segment on President Donald Trump’s racist tweets, in another example of a news outlet inadvertently giving a large platform to white supremacists.

    The segment on Jake Tapper’s The Lead covered neo-Nazis’ support for Trump’s racist attacks on four progressive congresswomen of color. The spot included an interview with Spencer who said Trump is playing a “con game” and that his attacks were not racist enough.

    “He gives us nothing outside of racist tweets,” he said. “And by racist tweets, I mean tweets that are meaningless and cheap and express the kind of sentiments you might hear from your drunk uncle while he’s watching [Sean] Hannity.”

    CNN correspondent Sara Sidner also interviewed Joanna Mendelson, a senior investigative reporter at the Anti-Defamation League, who spoke about the effect of Trump’s racist tweets.

    “Essentially, it normalizes hate and it makes it acceptable,” Mendelson said of the tweets.

    Indeed, Spencer shared the CNN segment on his Twitter account shortly after it aired.

    “The CNN anchors didn't understand that Spencer was trying to position Trump as a moderate and to mock other white supremacists who supported Trump,” said Joan Donovan, director of the Technology and Social Change Project at Harvard University’s Shorenstein Center. “Spencer was saying that Trump was performing racism on Twitter, but that his policies do not go far enough to be considered support for white supremacists goals."


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    CNN and Sidner did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

    Spencer is an open white nationalist who advocates for “peaceful ethnic cleansing.” Spencer was a key player and featured speaker at Unite the Right, the 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a neo-Nazi murdered an anti-racist protester. (Spencer is currently being sued over the event.) Open neo-Nazi groups like the Traditionalist Worker Party have provided security at his events. He has repeatedly invoked Nazi slogans and imagery, including calling media the “lügenpresse” ("lying press") and leading a Hitler-type salute of Trump. Spencer is so racist h is banned from most countries in Europe.

    Spencer has also been accused of domestic abuse, allegedly beating his estranged wife throughout their relationship, including while she was pregnant, accusations he denies.

    Academics have cautioned against normalizing white supremacists by offering them on-air interviews in slick studios.

    “Spencer will turn this into a new wave of attention within his own media ecosystem, where CNN has now just legitimated a litany of white supremacists, many of who were relegated to online obscurity,” said Donovan.

    CNN is the most-recent mainstream news outlet to struggle with how to handle the outsized stature of the racist far right since they leapt to support Trump beginning during his presidential campaign. Last year, NBC’s Today show hosted the leader of the white supremacist group Identity Evropa, who repeated the group’s recruitment talking points. In 2016, Mother Jones ran a heavily criticized article describing Spencer as “dapper” in the headline. The New York Times ran a similarly soft-focused article on Tony Hovater as a harmless young man from the Midwest despite his membership in the violent Traditionalist Worker Party.

    With additional reporting by Lloyd Grove


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    Default It's war!!!: Spencer's ex-wife launches youtube channel to "destroy" him




    In a new blow to "professional contrarian" and "metapolitical village idiot" Richard Spencer, his ex-wife Nina has launched a new YouTube channel focusing on the psychological quirks of narcissists, wife beaters, and what she calls "human predators" -- in other words Richard Spencer.

    Although Spencer's name is not actually mentioned in the title, the channel is clearly all about him and his dysfunctional behaviour, which not only helped fuck-up the Alt-Right but also his marriage and family.

    In the intro to her channel, Nina lays out the groundwork:


    I'm referring to individuals with a long-term maladaptive harmful patterns of behaviour. This could be the manipulator in your life, the aggressive destructive personality. It could even be someone leading a parasitic lifestyle by using you.

    In other words Spencer, Spencer, and Spencer.

    She also talks about how sick freaks like Spencer hide their fucked-up, shitty personalities under a polished, milquetoast surface.


    These individuals are very good at hiding in plain sight. In other words they present very well publicly, especially at the very beginning.

    I wonder what she means here?

    Probably this:


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    And this:


    Followed by this:


    Well, thanks for the interesting description, Nina. I'm sure it rings more than a few bells with people who have known Richard over the years.

    Readers who are interested in finding out more from the inside track should check out the channel and subscribe:



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    Default How a Small Town Silenced a Neo-Nazi Hate Campaign

    How a Small Town Silenced a Neo-Nazi Hate Campaign

    A Montana town reflects on its effort to drive former President Donald J. Trump’s extremist supporters back to the fringes.


    WHITEFISH, Mont. — Richard B. Spencer, the most infamous summer resident in this town, once boasted that he stood at the vanguard of a white nationalist movement emboldened by President Donald J. Trump. Things have changed.

    “I have bumped into him, and he runs — that’s actually a really good feeling,” said Tanya Gersh, a real estate agent targeted in an antisemitic hate campaign that Andrew Anglin, the founder of the Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website, unleashed in 2016 after Mr. Spencer’s mother made online accusations against Ms. Gersh.

    Leaders in Whitefish say Mr. Spencer, who once ran his National Policy Institute from his mother’s $3 million summer house here, is now an outcast in this resort town in the Rocky Mountains, unable to get a table at many of its restaurants. His organization has dissolved. Meanwhile, his wife has divorced him, and he is facing trial next month in Charlottesville, Va., over his role in the deadly 2017 neo-Nazi march there, but says he cannot afford a lawyer.

    The turn of events is no accident. Whitefish, a mostly liberal, affluent community nestled in a county that voted for Mr. Trump in 2016 and 2020, rose up and struck back. Residents who joined with state officials, human rights groups and synagogues say their bipartisan counteroffensive could hold lessons for others in an era of disinformation and intimidation, and in the wake of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

    “The best way to respond to hate and cyberterrorism in your community is through solidarity,” said Rabbi Francine Green Roston of the Glacier Jewish Community/B’nai Shalom, who now lectures other groups on how to ward off hate campaigns like the one Whitefish endured. “Another big principle is to take threats seriously, and prepare for the worst.”

    Mayor John Muhlfeld agreed. “You have to act swiftly and decisively and come together as a community to tackle hate and make sure it doesn’t infiltrate your town,” he said.

    On Saturday, Mr. Spencer said he kept a “very low profile” in Whitefish, and though he had been denied service in local establishments in the past, “I don’t have any anxiety dealing with anyone.” He said he does not run from Ms. Gersh and understood why people would be angry with him.

    “I don’t want any battles with them here in Whitefish,” he continued, “and I hope they take a similar attitude, that it’s best to move on.” His mother, Sherry Spencer, did not respond to requests for comment.

    Advice and an Accusation

    The trouble in Whitefish started after Mr. Trump’s victory in the 2016 election that November. Mr. Spencer, who had called his white nationalist movement a “vanguard” for Mr. Trump, delivered a racially charged speech at his institute’s conference in Washington, his words greeted by Nazi salutes. Video of the address went viral. In Whitefish, residents discussed protesting in front of a downtown commercial building owned by Mr. Spencer’s mother.

    Ms. Gersh said Ms. Spencer had called her.

    “She flat-out asked me, ‘Tanya, I don’t believe in my son’s ideology,’” Ms. Gersh recalled over coffee in her office downtown. “‘I’m heartbroken that this is hurting Whitefish. What should I do?’”

    “I said: ‘Sherry, if this were my son, I would go ahead and sell the building. I would donate some money to something like the Human Rights Network to make a statement, and publish that you don’t believe in the ideologies of your son.’ And she said: ‘Thank you, Tanya. That’s exactly what I should do.’”

    Ms. Gersh said she had arranged to sell the property without making any profit. But a short time later, she said, Ms. Spencer sent an email saying she had changed her mind about working with Ms. Gersh. Ms. Gersh supplied names of other real estate agents.

    Two weeks later, in December 2016, Ms. Spencer posted an article on the open publishing platform Medium accusing Ms. Gersh of using the threat of protests to blackmail her into selling. Mr. Spencer said on Saturday that he and his former wife had written the article published under his mother’s name. He repeated their claims against Ms. Gersh, adding that she had called his mother, not the other way around. The Spencers’ accusations quickly reverberated among the far right. Mr. Anglin of the Daily Stormer exhorted his “fam” online to “TAKE ACTION” to defend Ms. Spencer.


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