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The ‘Antifa’ That Confronted Neo-Nazis is Attacked

When President Trump altered course on Tuesday after a previous (if belated) condemnation of racist, far-right groups at the violent Charlottesville (Va.) protests, he did so by shifting blame back to what he called the “alt-left.” The post The ‘Antifa’ That Confronted Neo-Nazis is Attacked appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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