Despite His Attempt to Tie MAGA to Anti-Semitism, Biden Will Preserve Trump’s “Israel First” Legacy 

Many are expecting President Joe Biden to roll back Trump’s heavily pro-Israel policies, but several factors – including his long-established ties to Israeli interests– point to a greater likelihood of their continuation instead.

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The cantankerous end to the turbulent Trump presidency has imbued the incoming administration with a halo of bright expectations by simple virtue of the disastrous four years that precede it. Like a stand-up feature act that follows an opener's bombed set at a comedy club, the Biden-Harris duo takes center stage with an easy advantage that requires

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Murderous US Military Agents and Left-wing Extremists Share Stage in the Fake News Sweepstakes

A USAF sergeant with ties to a Second Amendment group has been charged with murdering a federal security officer at a George Floyd protest to bring about police reform while Fox News deems Antifa and BLM’ers seeking the same “domestic terrorists.”

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On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice brought first-degree murder and attempted murder charges against active duty Air Force Sergeant, Steven Carrillo and his accomplice, Robert A. Justus Jr. for the killing of a federal security officer outside of a U.S. courthouse in Oakland, California and the wounding of Santa Cruz police officers in a

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Manifestos of Hate: What White Terrorists Have in Common

Crusius, Tarrant and many such white terrorists are connected through a deep bond that exceeds the supposed claim of mental illness into something truly sinister. 

New Zealand Brenton Tarrant

Writing under the title of “If the El Paso shooter had been Muslim”, Moustafa Bayoumi stated the obvious.  “If the El Paso shooter had been a Muslim,” Bayoumi wrote in the British Guardian newspaper on August 6, US President Donald Trump “would be lobbing accusations such as ‘Islam hates us’ in the direction of Muslims and not lecturing the

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White Supremacists Share Bomb-Making Materials In Online Chats

Chat logs made available to ProPublica show talk of mass killings and the recipes that could be used to carry them out.

This Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017 image shows white supremacist yelling at counter demonstrators st the entrance to Emancipation Park in Charlottesville, Va. (AP/Steve Helber)

This story was originally published by ProPublica Right-wing extremists communicating in confidential online chats in recent months have shared scores of documents detailing the manufacture and use of bombs, grenades, mines and other incendiary devices. The documents, which range from instructions on detonating dynamite to U.S. military

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Foiled NC Terrorist Plot Buried When It Didn’t Fit Counter-Terrorism Narrative

The recent plot to detonate an IED in a busy North Carolina airport received very little media attention. Perhaps because it was foiled, perhaps because the plotter was not a Muslim, or perhaps because the FBI was not involved either in furthering it or foiling it.

Michael Christopher Estes

On October 6, a narrowly foiled terror plot failed to capture national media coverage despite the attack’s clear intent to kill innocent Americans. According to reports, the alleged perpetrator, 46-year-old Michael Christopher Estes, planted in the Asheville Regional Airport an improvised explosive device -- which was later rendered safe by bomb

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Emails Show Police Downplayed Threat Of Far-Right Groups In Charlottesville

Emails obtained under a Freedom of Information Act request show that UVA police were made aware of the impending threat of far-right groups, but downplayed the potential for violence, even turning down offers of assistance from other departments.

State Police in riot gear guard Lee Park after a white nationalist demonstration was declared illegal and the park was cleared in Charlottesville, Va., Aug. 12, 2017. (AP/Steve Helber)

Shadowproof has obtained all emails sent from the University of Virginia’s (UVA) police chief during the “Unite the Right” rally under a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The emails are dated August 11 and 12, and reveal UVA police chief Michael Gibson’s internal handling of the march that resulted in the death of counterprotester

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