The Far-Right is not the Traditional Conservative Movement

Ideal American Family according to the Far Right, via Gab Social

First off, some history. This is somewhat personal. The United States has always had fringe movements. The far-right, not to be confused with mainstream conservatives, has given us the Klu Klux Khan, the John Birch Society, and starting in the 1990s, a rapidly growing militia movement.

Part of this soup were also neonazis, fascists, white supremacists, the Tanton…

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