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BUSTED: Neo-Nazi electrician fired after participating in Charlottesville white supremacist rally

John Ramondetta, AKA Johnny Monoxide, an alt-right podcaster and blogger for “The Right Stuff” has been fired from his job as an electrician with San Francisco’s Rosendin Electric, SFist reports. Ramondetta was identified after attending the Charlottesville “Unite the Right” rally, and was...
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