As political norms crumble around us, the stakes of our struggle become clear, and new changes become imaginable.
President Trump is not the only one in his orbit stoking far right violence for political gain.
The size, scope and intensity of Wednesday’s actions bely only one message: This is far from over.
The mob violence at the Capitol was reminiscent of the thugs that roamed the streets of Germany in the 1930s.
An escalation in aggressive actions seems likely, especially in the remaining two weeks of Trump’s term.
D.C. activists are rebuffing Sen. Josh Hawley’s accusations of “leftwing violence” while bracing for far right violence.
There were a large number of far right killings and car attacks at Black Lives Matter demonstrations in 2020.
Michael Flynn, Alex Jones and the Proud Boys were among the participants in Saturday’s rally in Washington, D.C.
Veterans already primed with the military’s racist indoctrination make up 25 percent of all militia members in the U.S.
Far more likely than a pro-Trump military-backed coup is enhanced militancy from far right militias and fascist groups.