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White supremacist terrorists are protected from the laws that affect Islamic terrorists

If James Alex Fields had shouted something about ISIS or al-Qaida as he was pulled from his car after he plowed into counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, there would be little doubt about the charges. He would be a terrorist. However, no matter how much Fields may have sworn allegiance to the KKK, white nationalism, or fascist extremism, the results are very different.
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