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Hot Dog Boy and the Alt Right Light of Day

Alt Right, that amalgam of racists made up of Neo Nazis, Klansmen, white supremacists, assorted Crackers, and ‘fashy’ coiffed metrosexuals, took their Tiki Tour 1939 to Charlottesville in the hope of gaining a greater footprint in society and widen the base of folks able to hear their ‘message’. They got what they wanted, sort of. By the way, the Alt Right PC term for racist is ‘Identitarian’.
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