Alt-Right Deplorables In Civil War After Major Leader ‘Disinvited’ From Pro-Trump ‘DeploraBall’

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The election of Donald Trump happened for a variety of reasons, with angry white voters being among them. Realizing that he had positively no experience or any actual intentions of governing, Trump played to the most basic and primal instincts of certain segments of the electorate. Okay, so he flat-out made it okay to throw nazi salutes in public again.

Notwithstanding, the Trump people now realize that they might have to disavow this unholy beast they awoke. Naturally, this isn’t sitting too well with the Alt-Right crowd. The “alt-right” appears to be eating itself alive after one of the racist movement’s leaders banned another from appearing at the pro-Donald Trump “DepolaBall” for his history of pro-Nazi sympathies.

The “alt-right” appears to be eating itself alive after one of the racist movement’s leaders banned another from appearing at the pro-Donald Trump “DepolaBall” for his history of pro-Nazi sympathies. Apparently, the whole incident occurred after NY Magazine writer Jesse Singal pointed out that one of the headliners for the D.C. event with the Twitter handle “Baked Alaska” had a history of anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi tweets.

Fellow alt-right leader Mike Cernovich announced the cancellation shortly afterward, and that Baked Alaska would be replaced with Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos. Well, it’s a good thing they have their priorities straight.

Will the real neo-nazi please stand up.

On a day in which we just lost Carrie Fischer, one of the most significant and culturally influential actresses to grace the planet, a couple of professional Trolls are fighting over who’s the legit racist. It’s official, folks–we are now in the Stranger Things’ upside down world.

Featured image via the Times of Israel

 

 

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