White NAZIS Matter rally fails miserably!

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White supremacist groups hold White Lives Matter marches Sunday.

A single person arrived at Trump Tower for a "White Lives Matter" march and rally Sunday in New York City. The march was organized on the encrypted messaging platform Telegram over the last month with a call for nationwide action.David Dee Delgado / Getty Images


April 11, 2021, 6:03 PM EDT / Updated April 11, 2021, 7:27 PM EDT
By Brandy Zadrozny
In semi-private, encrypted chats, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists planned rallies in dozens of cities Sunday to promote their racist movements and spread their ideologies to larger audiences.
Hyped by organizers as events that would make “the whole world tremble,” the rallies ran into a major problem: Hardly anyone showed up.
So does this mean white supremacy isn’t a real problem? Or was it just another BlueAnon non-event?
It means Tramp is losing his power.
No. More likely it means the whole thing was bullshit. That you eagerly swallowed.
 
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Cant even find a white racist . Gotta stage fake racist things to blame whitey. Pathetic!
How about this Trump NAZI complete with a swastika tattooed on his arm. He sucKKKer punched a bystander right in front of a cop and was eventually arrested only after the other bystanders shamed the cops into doing their job.

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White supremacist groups hold White Lives Matter marches Sunday.

A single person arrived at Trump Tower for a "White Lives Matter" march and rally Sunday in New York City. The march was organized on the encrypted messaging platform Telegram over the last month with a call for nationwide action.David Dee Delgado / Getty Images


April 11, 2021, 6:03 PM EDT / Updated April 11, 2021, 7:27 PM EDT
By Brandy Zadrozny
In semi-private, encrypted chats, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists planned rallies in dozens of cities Sunday to promote their racist movements and spread their ideologies to larger audiences.
Hyped by organizers as events that would make “the whole world tremble,” the rallies ran into a major problem: Hardly anyone showed up.
So does this mean white supremacy isn’t a real problem? Or was it just another BlueAnon non-event?
It means Tramp is losing his power.
No. More likely it means the whole thing was bullshit. That you eagerly swallowed.
Well Tramp is BULLSHIT so it fits him like a glove.
 

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Cant even find a white racist . Gotta stage fake racist things to blame whitey. Pathetic!
How about this Trump NAZI complete with a swastika tattooed on his arm. He sucKKKer punched a bystander right in front of a cop and was eventually arrested only after the other bystanders shamed the cops into doing their job.

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Oh really.
 

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White supremacist groups hold White Lives Matter marches Sunday.

A single person arrived at Trump Tower for a "White Lives Matter" march and rally Sunday in New York City. The march was organized on the encrypted messaging platform Telegram over the last month with a call for nationwide action.David Dee Delgado / Getty Images


April 11, 2021, 6:03 PM EDT / Updated April 11, 2021, 7:27 PM EDT
By Brandy Zadrozny
In semi-private, encrypted chats, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists planned rallies in dozens of cities Sunday to promote their racist movements and spread their ideologies to larger audiences.
Hyped by organizers as events that would make “the whole world tremble,” the rallies ran into a major problem: Hardly anyone showed up.
There were no rallies. Some snowflake got a hold of a rumour and the word spread to his Antifa and BLM cronies from coast-to-coast so they made idiots of themselves protesting something that didn't happen. It's a bit like Big Mike Brown again.
 

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Cant even find a white racist . Gotta stage fake racist things to blame whitey. Pathetic!
How about this Trump NAZI complete with a swastika tattooed on his arm. He sucKKKer punched a bystander right in front of a cop and was eventually arrested only after the other bystanders shamed the cops into doing their job.

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LOL one guy has a swastika, and the article says that there a dozen counter protesters that outnumbered these guys. So there were more communists than Nazis. What were these guys saying that scarred you so much? “White Lives Matter?”
This whole article is a joke, trying to make this sound like it was some big event. There were more “journalists” there than anything. Completely staged event and promoted by Blue Anon media.

Sorry you didn’t get some big Trump Rally with actual Nazis, must be difficult for you to see the narratives you believe in fall apart.
 

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Cant even find a white racist . Gotta stage fake racist things to blame whitey. Pathetic!
How about this Trump NAZI complete with a swastika tattooed on his arm. He sucKKKer punched a bystander right in front of a cop and was eventually arrested only after the other bystanders shamed the cops into doing their job.

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Ooooo!

You found one!

We're all so impressed with your waste of time.
 

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White supremacist groups hold White Lives Matter marches Sunday.

A single person arrived at Trump Tower for a "White Lives Matter" march and rally Sunday in New York City. The march was organized on the encrypted messaging platform Telegram over the last month with a call for nationwide action.David Dee Delgado / Getty Images


April 11, 2021, 6:03 PM EDT / Updated April 11, 2021, 7:27 PM EDT
By Brandy Zadrozny
In semi-private, encrypted chats, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists planned rallies in dozens of cities Sunday to promote their racist movements and spread their ideologies to larger audiences.
Hyped by organizers as events that would make “the whole world tremble,” the rallies ran into a major problem: Hardly anyone showed up.
Wait, the left has been telling us for years that the biggest threat in the nation is white supremacy? Only one guy showed up? Democrats have some explaining to do.
 

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White supremacist groups hold White Lives Matter marches Sunday.

A single person arrived at Trump Tower for a "White Lives Matter" march and rally Sunday in New York City. The march was organized on the encrypted messaging platform Telegram over the last month with a call for nationwide action.David Dee Delgado / Getty Images


April 11, 2021, 6:03 PM EDT / Updated April 11, 2021, 7:27 PM EDT
By Brandy Zadrozny
In semi-private, encrypted chats, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists planned rallies in dozens of cities Sunday to promote their racist movements and spread their ideologies to larger audiences.
Hyped by organizers as events that would make “the whole world tremble,” the rallies ran into a major problem: Hardly anyone showed up.
Like American Spring, eh?
 

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White supremacist groups hold White Lives Matter marches Sunday.

A single person arrived at Trump Tower for a "White Lives Matter" march and rally Sunday in New York City. The march was organized on the encrypted messaging platform Telegram over the last month with a call for nationwide action.David Dee Delgado / Getty Images


April 11, 2021, 6:03 PM EDT / Updated April 11, 2021, 7:27 PM EDT
By Brandy Zadrozny
In semi-private, encrypted chats, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists planned rallies in dozens of cities Sunday to promote their racist movements and spread their ideologies to larger audiences.
Hyped by organizers as events that would make “the whole world tremble,” the rallies ran into a major problem: Hardly anyone showed up.
Guess that means there really aren't very many "neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists" around, just like we've all been saying this whole time. Nice that you noticed.
 

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White supremacist groups hold White Lives Matter marches Sunday.

A single person arrived at Trump Tower for a "White Lives Matter" march and rally Sunday in New York City. The march was organized on the encrypted messaging platform Telegram over the last month with a call for nationwide action.David Dee Delgado / Getty Images


April 11, 2021, 6:03 PM EDT / Updated April 11, 2021, 7:27 PM EDT
By Brandy Zadrozny
In semi-private, encrypted chats, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists planned rallies in dozens of cities Sunday to promote their racist movements and spread their ideologies to larger audiences.
Hyped by organizers as events that would make “the whole world tremble,” the rallies ran into a major problem: Hardly anyone showed up.
Wait, the left has been telling us for years that the biggest threat in the nation is white supremacy? Only one guy showed up? Democrats have some explaining to do.
Democrats are very afraid of a lot of things.
 

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White supremacist groups hold White Lives Matter marches Sunday.

A single person arrived at Trump Tower for a "White Lives Matter" march and rally Sunday in New York City. The march was organized on the encrypted messaging platform Telegram over the last month with a call for nationwide action.David Dee Delgado / Getty Images


April 11, 2021, 6:03 PM EDT / Updated April 11, 2021, 7:27 PM EDT
By Brandy Zadrozny
In semi-private, encrypted chats, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists planned rallies in dozens of cities Sunday to promote their racist movements and spread their ideologies to larger audiences.
Hyped by organizers as events that would make “the whole world tremble,” the rallies ran into a major problem: Hardly anyone showed up.
So does this mean white supremacy isn’t a real problem? Or was it just another BlueAnon non-event?
It means Tramp is losing his power.
No. More likely it means the whole thing was bullshit. That you eagerly swallowed.
Well Tramp is BULLSHIT so it fits him like a glove.
What does Trump have to do with this you TDS suffering hack? YOU swallowed the crap all by yourself. Own it.
 

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Maybe the European political version of left vs right was upside down when the German socialists took control under the NAZI banner. The new NAZI's in the U.S. are the usual suspects of old biker burnouts, meth heads and motivated left wing anarchists.
 

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Looks like there aren't as many white supremacists in the US, afterall.
 

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