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Yesterday, IREHR reported on white nationalist Nick Fuentes’ prominent place in recent “Stop the Steal” events in Atlanta, Georgia; the “groyper” cheerleader’s plans to continue pushing his agenda in the GOP; and how Fuentes’ speech at the November 14 “Million MAGA March” offers insight into how he and his fellow travelers are likely to frame white nationalism in the post-election context.

Also yesterday, Fuentes elaborated on this strategy for the coming years in a segment of his “America First” podcast circulating on Twitter:

“What I’m focused on is 2022…My mission in the mid-terms is to destroy the GOP, and punch them in the face basically, and then punch them again in 24, and then kick them in 2026…In 2022 the mission is let’s find and run candidates to replace every single Republican that did not defend this president. In other words…find candidates to replace every single Republican that doesn’t actually represent us.”

IREHR will continue to report on developments in Fuentes’ and other efforts to mainstream white nationalism.

Chuck Tanner

Author Chuck Tanner

Chuck Tanner is an Advisory Board member and researcher for the Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights. He lives in Washington State where he researches and works to counter white nationalism and the anti-Indian and other far right social movements.

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