1 dead, 5 injured, in Atlanta mass shooting: report

Authorities responded to a Saturday night shooting in Atlanta.

"So far, police have said five victims were shot, in addition to the man who lost his life on the scene," Fox 5 Atlanta reported. "They have not identified any of the suspects or victims yet, but said this was a result of a dispute between teenagers and young adults that ended with gun violence."

According to the Gun Violence Archive, there have been 613 mass shootings so far in 2022 and 40,060 gun deaths.

"The shooting happened after a group of people were escorted off the property by Atlantic Station security and off-duty Atlanta officers, police said late Saturday," The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. "It was the latest in a string of shootings in the upscale retail and residential area. Saturday night’s shooting happened during a busy weekend of holiday shopping. Atlantic Station is also currently the site of a Cirque Du Soleil show and ice skating rink."

The company behind the Atlantic Station development emailed a statement to the newspaper.

“APD and EMS immediately responded to an altercation within a group that led to shots being fired with possible injuries,” the statement read. “Atlantic Station Security is working with APD on this matter and has indicated there is no active threat to the property. The community’s safety continues to be our top priority, and we are working closely with law enforcement during this active investigation.”

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Watch: Roger Stone struggles with vodka supply over Ukraine and hatred of drag shows

Longtime GOP dirty trickster and Trump confidante Roger Stone is having difficulty with the politics of alcohol.

On his podcast on Friday, Stone explained he was ditching Stolichnaya after a label announced the company supported Ukraine after it was invaded by Russia.

"That means the people who make Stolichnaya vodka support child sex trafficking, money laundering ... and the arming of actual Nazis on the ground in Ukraine," Stone alleged.

"As for Stolichnaya, I will never drink another sip of their swill," he vowed. "And therefore, I'm going all-American, Titos, made in Austin, Texas, is my new brand."

One day later, Titos was no longer Stone's new brand.

"I decided to switch to American-made Tito's until I learned that they sponsored a drag queen show. Now I have no choice but to use Russian Standard Vodka in my extra dry Martinis," Stone announced.

In 2017, Stone identified as a "trysexual. I've tried everything."

In 2008, Stone took Jeffrey Toobin to the Miami Velvet swinger's club while he was researching a New Yorker profile headlined, "The Dirty Trickster."

"Stone served as a senior consultant to Bob Dole’s 1996 campaign for President, but that assignment ended in a characteristic conflagration. The National Enquirer, in a story headlined 'Top Dole Aide Caught in Group-Sex Ring,' reported that the Stones had apparently run personal ads in a [Florida] magazine called Local Swing Fever and on a Web site that had been set up with Nydia’s credit card. 'Hot, insatiable lady and her handsome body builder husband, experienced swingers, seek similar couples or exceptional muscular . . . single men,' the ad on the Web site stated. The ads sought athletes and military men, while discouraging overweight candidates, and included photographs of the Stones," Toobin reported. "At the time, Stone claimed that he had been set up by a 'very sick individual,' but he was forced to resign from Dole’s campaign. Stone acknowledged to me that the ads were authentic."

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'Raw milk freedom': Ron Paul bill to get new push as GOP takes on 'big milk' in new Congress

The Interstate Milk Freedom Act is expected to receive a new push once Republicans regain control of Congress in January.

Sponsored by Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY), the bill "prohibits federal regulation of the interstate traffic of unpasteurized milk or milk products packaged for direct human consumption under specified circumstances."

Massie has been pushing the issue on Twitter.

"I’ve been drinking raw milk almost every day for the past year. I can say it’s been great for my health!" Massie tweeted on Wednesday.

"When I introduced the bipartisan Interstate Milk Freedom Act a decade ago, I was motivated to protect freedom, and didn’t have an opinion on whether raw milk was beneficial," he explained. "Before trying raw milk, I had given up on trying to drink any pasteurized store bought milk that wasn’t “lactose free.” Not only does my body tolerate raw milk, it has been great for my gut health, allowing me to eat other foods that my body would otherwise reject."

On Friday, he linked raw milk to the anti-vaxx movement.

"The FDA that banned the transport of raw milk, a wholesome food that’s been consumed by human beings for thousands of years, is the same FDA that authorized myocarditis-inducing mRNA injections with no long-term data and zero liability for the manufacturers," he wrote. "Follow the money."

In response to his post, @CaringGuy1957 wrote, "Wow someone cashed the milk lobby's check."

"Yes, someone did," Massie replied. "Big milk opposes legal raw milk."

To which @CaringGuy1957 replied, "Oh you misunderstood, the raw milk lobby's check. You know, you."

It was also on Twitter, in 2020, when Massie explained his motivation for the legislation.

"Fun fact: Ron Paul and I served together in Congress for 6 weeks... long enough to pass the torch on bills such as Audit the Fed, Hemp, repealing social security tax on seniors, and Raw Milk freedom," he wrote.

In 2018, Massie used the hashtag "big milk" when describing the "lactose lobby" as intolerant.

"The lactose lobby is so intolerant!" he also wrote in 2014.

On Wednesday, Massie said methamphetamine can be "easier to get" than raw milk, but he managed to get his hands on some raw milk yogurt for breakfast on Friday.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, "raw milk — and products made from it—can make you and your loved ones sick. Raw milk has not undergone a process called pasteurization that kills disease-causing germs. Pasteurized milk is a safe and healthy food. When milk pasteurization began in the early 1900s, deaths and diarrheal illnesses in young children declined dramatically."

The FDA says, "raw milk can carry dangerous bacteria such as Salmonella, E. coli, Listeria, Campylobacter, and others that cause foodborne illness, often called “food poisoning.”

These bacteria can seriously injure the health of anyone who drinks raw milk or eats products made from raw milk. However, the bacteria in raw milk can be especially dangerous to people with weakened immune systems (such as transplant patients and individuals with HIV/AIDS, cancer, and diabetes), children, older adults, and pregnant women."

Trump complains about coverage of his 2-hour meeting with notorious racist he won't condemn

On Saturday evening, Donald Trump issued a fourth statement on his meeting with white nationalist Nick Fuentes and once again refused to denounce his racism and anti-Semitism.

Trump posted to his Truth Social account, "so I help a seriously troubled man, who just happens to be black, Ye (Kanye West), who has been decimated in his business and virtually everything else, and who has always been good to me, by allowing his request for a meeting at Mar-a-Lago, alone, so that I can give him very much needed 'advice.'”

"He shows up with 3 people, two of which I didn’t know, the other a political person who I haven’t seen in years. I told him don’t run for office, a total waste of time, can’t win. Fake News went crazy," Trump wrote.

Trump's dinner has already become an issue in the 2024 presidential campaign and could play a role in determining the next Speaker of the House of Representatives. Trump's ambassador to Israel condemned him dining with "human scum."

Trump has received harsh headlines.

"Trump criticized for dining with far-right activist Nick Fuentes and rapper Ye," headlined The Washington Post.

"Trump’s Latest Dinner Guest: Nick Fuentes, White Supremacist," was The New York Times headline.

"Trump world reels after white nationalist dinner," headlined Politico playbook.

"Trump's former US ambassador to Israel blasts meeting with Ye, Nick Fuentes: 'You are better than this,'" Fox News headlined.

NBC News headlined, "‘F---ing nightmare’: Trump team does damage control after he dines with Ye and white supremacist Nick Fuentes"

Armed protesters are increasingly intimidating political opponents: NYT

Firearms are frequently becoming part of political life as Republicans loosen restrictions on carrying guns in public.

"Across the country, openly carrying a gun in public is no longer just an exercise in self-defense — increasingly it is a soapbox for elevating one’s voice and, just as often, quieting someone else’s," The New York Times reported Saturday. "But the effects of more guns in public spaces have not been evenly felt. A partisan divide — with Democrats largely eschewing firearms and Republicans embracing them — has warped civic discourse. Deploying the Second Amendment in service of the First has become a way to buttress a policy argument, a sort of silent, if intimidating, bullhorn."

The newspaper noted armed election deniers in Arizona, homophobic protesters in Idaho, and racist protesters in Tennessee.

"A New York Times analysis of more than 700 armed demonstrations found that, at about 77 percent of them, people openly carrying guns represented right-wing views, such as opposition to LGBTQ rights and abortion access, hostility to racial justice rallies and support for former President Donald J. Trump’s lie of winning the 2020 election," the newspaper reported. "Anti-government militias and right-wing culture warriors like the Proud Boys attended a majority of the protests, the data showed. Violence broke out at more than 100 events and often involved fisticuffs with opposing groups, including left-wing activists such as antifa."

The analysis found the political use of guns skewing heavily towards the Republican Party.

"Republican officials or candidates appeared at 32 protests where they were on the same side as those with guns. Democratic politicians were identified at only two protests taking the same view as those armed," The Times reported. "Sometimes, the Republican officials carried weapons: Robert Sutherland, a Washington state representative, wore a pistol on his hip while protesting Covid-19 restrictions in Olympia in 2020."

Permissive open-carry laws are also welcoming for militia groups.

"Across the country, there is evidence of increasing Republican involvement in militias. A membership list for the Oath Keepers, made public last year, includes 81 elected officials or candidates, according to a report by the Anti-Defamation League. Most of them appear to be Republicans," the newspaper reported. "Another nationwide militia, the American Patriots Three Percent, recently told prospective members that it worked to support 'individuals seeking election to local G.O.P. boards,' according to an archived version of its website."

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Could Nazism become a key issue in race for Speaker of the House?

Donald Trump's 2-hour dinner meeting with white supremacist leader Nick Fuentes at Mar-a-Lago has put a new focus on the GOP embrace of extremism ahead of the January vote that will determine the next Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Current GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy of California does not have enough votes to become the speaker due to vetos from far-right legislators led by Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida.

McCarthy is running against the backdrop of Trump dining with Fuentes and the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, who said Trump was "really impressed" with Fuentes.

"I like this guy, he gets me," Trump reportedly said.

The meeting was described as a "f*cking disaster" for Trump by one longtime advisor, but is also casting a shadow over the campaign for Speaker of the House.

Longtime conservative leader Bill Kristol asked, "aren’t there five decent Republicans in the House who will announce they won’t vote for anyone for Speaker who doesn’t denounce their party’s current leader, Donald Trump, for consorting with the repulsive neo-Nazi Fuentes?"

While McCarthy has not condemned Trump for meeting with Fuentes on Tuesday, he took a different tack in February.

"Reps. Paul Gosar and Marjorie Taylor Greene are on an island among their fellow GOP lawmakers after appearing with a white nationalist group over the weekend," Politico reported at the time. "House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and a host of other Republican leaders are condemning party members who engage with white nationalist groups, days after Gosar (R-Ariz.) and Greene (R-Ga.) spoke at the extremist-backed America First Political Action Conference. It’s the most serious signs of isolation yet for the two Trump-allied conservatives, as party leaders criticize their actions and decline to defend them."

At the time, McCarthy told CNN, "to me it was appalling and wrong."

"There’s no place in our party for any of this," McCarthy said in February. “This is unacceptable."

Former Rep. Tom Perriello (D-VA) wondered if the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) would get involved in the campaign for Speaker of the House.

"Has the ADL asked [McCarthy] to reject any votes for Speaker from known anti-Semites who support Nick Fuentes?" Perriello asked. "Have any journalists asked if he will allow anti-Semites to be his 'majority makers'?"

The ADL website says, "Nicholas Fuentes is a white supremacist leader and organizer and podcaster who seeks to forge a white nationalist alternative to the mainstream GOP. Nicholas Fuentes first gained widespread notoriety in 2017 when he left Boston University after he reported receiving 'threats' tied to his attendance at the white supremacist 'Unite the Right' rally in Charlottesville, Virginia."

"In 2017, Fuentes began hosting his livestream show America First with Nicholas J. Fuentes, which attracted a cult-like following," ADL explained. "Fuentes refers to these supporters as 'Groypers' or the 'Groyper Army,' who see their bigoted views as necessary to preserve white, European-American identity and culture. They believe that the mainstream conservative movement is just as responsible as liberals and the left for destroying white America, and that Groypers are the true future of the conservative movement."

RNC busted posting 'fake' George Washington quote on Elon Musk's Twitter

As fears grow over misinformation spreading on the social media platform owned by the world's richest man, the official account of the Republican National Committee was called out for posting a fake George Washington quote on Saturday.

The @GOP Twitter account posted a meme featuring a picture of the first president, a quotation mark, and a quote they attributed to Washington reading, "it will be found an unjust and unwise jealousy to deprive a man of his natural liberty upon the supposition he may abuse it."

The GOP account, controlled by RNC Chair Ronna Romney McDaniel added, "let freedom be free."

CNN investigative correspondent Andrew Kaczynski reported, "according to Mount Vernon, this quote is fake and George Washington never said it."

He included a link to the website of the nonprofit that manages Washington's estate, from the section "spurious quotations."

"The library verified that this quote was not from George Washington, though has not be able to trace its actual origins," the fact-check read.

'Mike Pence will see the inside of a federal grand jury room': ex-prosecutor

Former Vice President Mike Pence will soon be testifying before a federal grand jury as part of special counsel Jack Smith's investigation into Donald Trump's unsuccessful attempt to overturn the 2020 presidential election he lost to Joe Biden, a former federal prosecutor predicted on MSNBC on Saturday.

MSNBC anchor Yasmin Vossoughian interviewed former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner after the DOJ indicated it wanted to interview Pence.

"What if he refuses? Vossoughian asked. "What tools does he have in his toolbox to in fact refuse, because that's exactly what he did to the House investigating committee.

"Yes, Yasmin, I would bet $1 -- that's my betting limit, I'm not a high roller -- that Mike Pence will see the inside of a federal grand jury, hearing room," Kirschner said.

"He kind of infamously told Congress, the Jan. 6 committee, that he was, 'closing the door' on appearing before them," he explained. "And he also said, seven words that I think should leave the American voters to decide that he is unqualified to hold office in the future. He said, 'Congress has no right to my testimony.' When we realized that Congress is involved in an investigation to try to legislate, try to pass new laws, to prevent what happened on Jan. 6, from ever happening again, an attack on democracy, peaceful transfer of power, Mike Pence has some of the most directly relevant evidence, because he is what we call a fact witness."

"He was the victim of Donald Trump's pressure campaign, trying to get him to violate the law, the electoral count act, and Mike Pence has said Congress -- and by extension the American people -- have no right to my testimony," Kirschner said. "I don't understand how he can maintain that when he's a central figure with some of the most important evidence."

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Trump's new Mar-a-Lago scandal proves why aides want him to stick to a teleprompter

As special master Jack Smith investigates Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago documents scandal, he is now in another scandal after dining with white nationalist leader Nick Fuentes and Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West.

"A Holocaust denier and unabashed racist, Mr. Fuentes openly uses hateful language on his podcast, in recent weeks calling for the military to be sent into Black neighborhoods and demanding that Jews leave the country," The New York Times reported. "During the dinner, according to a person briefed on what took place, Mr. Fuentes described himself as part of Mr. Trump’s base of supporters. Mr. Trump remarked that his advisers urge him to read speeches using a teleprompter and don’t like when he ad-libs remarks."

Trump was condemned by his own ambassador to Israel for dining with "human scum."

"Mr. Fuentes, who attended the bloody far-right rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017, is best known for running a white nationalist youth organization known as America First, whose adherents call themselves groypers or the Groyper Army. In the wake of Mr. Trump’s defeat in 2020, Mr. Fuentes and the groypers were involved in a series of public events supporting the former president," The Times reported. "At a so-called 'Stop the Steal' rally in Washington in November 2020, Mr. Fuentes urged his followers to “storm every state capitol until Jan. 20, 2021, until President Trump is inaugurated for four more years.” The following month, at a similar event, Mr. Fuentes led a crowd in chanting 'Destroy the G.O.P.,' and urged people not to vote in the January 2021 Georgia Senate runoff elections."

The newspaper noted at least seven people with ties to his organization have been indicted for Jan. 6.

On Twitter, Times correspondent Maggie Haberman followed up with more.

"Trump lamenting to the Holocaust denier -- who got into Trump's club with the antisemitism-spouting celebrity with whom Trump welcomed a meeting, for which it's not clear any Trump staff was present -- that his staff wants him to stick to teleprompter speeches is a capsule," she wrote.

"Yes except at a certain point, it’s the same story over and over - no staff around, someone else’s fault - and the consistent data point is the man himself," Haberman added.

MTG responds to Nick Fuentes criticism Trump hasn't stood up for J6 rioters

GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia on Saturday responded to criticism that Donald Trump has not been forceful enough in defending the Jan. 6 defendants.

Axios reported, "Fuentes told Trump that he represented a side of Trump's base that was disappointed with his newly cautious approach, especially with what some far-right activists view as a lack of support for those charged in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack."

In a Friday night Twitter thread on her newly restored account, Greene wrote, "I’ve been noticing in certain echo chambers absurd criticism of Pres Trump and J6’ers.

"Anyone claiming that President Trump is doing nothing for pre-trial January 6 defendants is either lying, clueless, or wants to hurt him. He has said over and over at practically every single rally that he will pardon January 6 defendants when he becomes president again," she wrote. ""I’ve been to a lot of rallies this year and I’ve heard him say he will pardon J6 defendants multiple times. I have not heard any other potential 2024 presidential candidate say that yet."

She also claimed Trump was financially helping the defendants.

"And it’s truly amazing at times the amount and kind of criticism thrown at Pres Trump," Greene wrote. "Actually he respected the office of the President more than most people ever would, and that’s extremely important. Then we have others criticizing Pres Trump saying he should have done more with the power of the Presidency. Do you people want a tyrant?"

Army vet guilty of threatening to shoot gun safety activists: report

The Department of Justice obtained a conviction of a Florida man for sending letters to the Department of Veterans Affairs threatening to shoot gun safety advocates.

"Drummond Neil Smithson, 31, pleaded guilty to one count of use of interstate communications to transmit a threat to injure. He was indicted by a federal grand jury on May 12, 2022," MassLive reported Friday. "Smithson, an Army veteran, mailed a letter from Ayer, Massachusetts to the Department of Veterans Affairs Pension Intake Center in Janesville, Wisconsin around July 19, 2020."

Smithson threatened Moms Demand Action, the grassroots guns safety movement found by Shannon Watts that claims to have 10 million supporters.

He reportedly threatened violence if he did not get his pension, citing a legal case in Florida.

"On Sept. 12, 2019, Fort Lauderdale police officers accompanied Child Protective Services to his apartment, which he shared with his girlfriend, her two minor children, and two unrelated adults, and found him in possession of multiple firearms, court records said. Smithson told the officers that he moved to Fort Lauderdale after his discharge from the Army and that he had spent a lot of time in psychiatric hospitals," MassLive reported. "He eventually surrendered two AR-10 rifles, a Glock 9mm pistol, a KelTec PMR-30 handgun, and various types of ammunition to the officers, court documents show."

Smith told investigators he bought the AR-10s because they are a higher power version of the AR-15 platform.

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White nationalist won over Trump with flattery and by stoking his ‘pugilistic instincts’: report

Even more information is coming out about Donald Trump's controversial meeting with white nationalist Nick Fuentes and Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West.

"Advisers to Trump privately acknowledged that the decision to host the Tuesday dinner, just one week after Trump launched his reelection bid, was a significant concern," The Washington Post reported. "One adviser described it as 'horrible' and another as 'totally awful.'"

A longtime advisor told NBC News it was a "f— nightmare."

Ye recorded a video saying Trump was "really impressed" with Fuentes and there was a second report Trump said, "I like this guy, he gets me."

On Friday evening, The Post offered new details on how Fuentes won over the former president, reporting a "person familiar with the dinner said Trump liked Fuentes because he flattered him and encouraged his most pugilistic instincts."

Trump was condemned by his own ambassador to Israel for dining with "human scum."

Trump’s own ambassador to Israel condemns him for dining with 'human scum'

Donald Trump's ambassador to Israel on Friday condemned his meeting with two men notorious for spreading anti-Semitism in America.

On Friday, Trump released a third statement on the dinner he had with white supremacist leader Nick Fuentes and rapper Kayne West, who legally changed his name to Ye. Trump claimed there was no anti-Semitism expressed.

It has already become an issue in the 2024 race and a longtime advisor described it as a "f— nightmare."

Ambassador David Friedman addressed the scandal on Twitter.

"To my friend Donald Trump, you are better than this," claimed Friedman, who did not resign after Trump's fine people on both sides remarks following the fatal "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville.

"Even a social visit from an antisemite like Kanye West and human scum like Nick Fuentes is unacceptable," Friedman wrote. "I urge you to throw those bums out, disavow them and relegate them to the dustbin of history where they belong."

"Antisemites deserve no quarter among American leaders, right or left," he wrote.

While there was high turnover in the Trump administration with officials quitting, getting forced out, or being fired on Twitter, Friedman was Trump's only ambassador to Israel and he served until the end of his administration on Jan. 20, 2021.

Nick Fuentes is a 'nightmare' for Trump in his 2024 battle with DeSantis: longtime advisor

Donald Trump significantly harmed his position in his 2024 positioning against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis by dining with Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes and the rapper formerly known as Kanye West at Mar-a-Lago, a longtime advisor admitted on Friday.

On Friday, NBC News reported, "despite Trump’s suggestion the event was “uneventful,” the fallout over his dinner with Fuentes appears to have thrown Trump’s campaign into damage control mode. The former president took hours to respond publicly after multiple media outlets reported that Fuentes was present at the dinner. Even the two Trump advisers winced at how a Holocaust denier like Fuentes was able to wind up with Trump at dinner — even if it was by mistake — along with the rapper, who had just had his Twitter account restored but lost major endorsement deals for making anti-Semitic remarks."

The rapper said Trump was "really impressed" with Fuentes.

"I like this guy, he gets me," Trump also reportedly said.

One longtime Trump adviser described it as a "f*cking nightmare."

"If people are looking at DeSantis to run against Trump, here's another reason why," the advisor explained.

Another potential 2024 GOP hopeful, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said on Friday the Fuentes scandal was disqualifying.

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He has also said, "having sex with women is gay."

Chris Christie declares Trump unfit to be 2024 GOP nominee after white supremacist scandal

Former Gov. Chris Christie blasted Donald Trump's 2024 comeback attempt after his latest racist scandal.

"Former President Donald J. Trump on Tuesday night had dinner with Nick Fuentes, an outspoken antisemite and racist who is one of the country’s most prominent young white supremacists, at Mr. Trump’s private club in Florida, advisers to Mr. Trump conceded on Friday," The New York Times reported Friday. "Also at the dinner was the performer Kanye West, who has also been condemned for making antisemitic statements."

West, who legally changed his name to Ye, said Trump was "really impressed" with Fuentes.

"I like this guy, he gets me," Trump reportedly said.

"In recent years, Mr. Fuentes, 24, has developed a high profile on the far right and forged ties with such Republican lawmakers as Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia and Representative Paul Gosar of Arizona, largely through his leadership of an annual white-supremacist event called the America First Political Action Conference," The Times reported. "A Holocaust denier and unabashed racist, Mr. Fuentes openly uses hateful language on his podcast, in recent weeks calling for the military to be sent into Black neighborhoods and demanding that Jews leave the country."

Christie, who may himself seek the GOP nomination again, said the scandal was disqualifying.

“This is just another example of an awful lack of judgment from Donald Trump, which, combined with his past poor judgments, make him an untenable general election candidate for the Republican Party in 2024,” Christie told the newspaper.

The former GOP governor speculated on what was motivating Trump.

“He can’t stand not having attention all the time,” Christie said. “And so, having someone show up at his club — even if you believe that he didn’t know who Nick Fuentes was — and want to sit with him, feeds the hunger he feels for the attention he’s missing since he left the presidency.”

According to the Anti-Defamation League, "Nicholas Fuentes is a white supremacist leader and organizer and podcaster who seeks to forge a white nationalist alternative to the mainstream GOP. Nicholas Fuentes first gained widespread notoriety in 2017 when he left Boston University after he reported receiving 'threats' tied to his attendance at the white supremacist 'Unite the Right' rally in Charlottesville, Virginia."

And the Southern Poverty Law Center reported, "Nick Fuentes is a white nationalist livestreamer who advocates pulling the Republican Party further to the extreme far-right end of the political spectrum. An outspoken admirer of fascists such as Mussolini, Fuentes emerged as an influential figure on the national stage during the now-infamous “Stop the Steal” movement, which relied on misinformation to falsely claim that Donald Trump had won the 2020 election and sought to overturn the results of it."