Last week, you may recall, Carlson successfully managed to draw attention to himself by embracing the idea that immigration to the United States would functionally “replace” Americans who already live here. He presented this as simply an observation about voting patterns, but even he recognized that his rhetoric overlapped with views held by white nationalists.
President Joe Biden called for funding to investigate complaints of white supremacist beliefs at U.S. immigration enforcement agencies in his first budget request to Congress on Friday, but officials offered no explanation for what prompted his request.
White House adviser Stephen Miller sent emails that "promoted white nationalist literature and racist propaganda" to conservative news site Breitbart, the Southern Poverty Law Center said Tuesday after releasing excerpts.
In private emails in 2015 and 2016, President Donald Trump’s top immigration adviser touted a vilely racist novel that warns of a migrant invasion, promoted the ideas of white nationalist publications, and raged at retailers who stopped selling Confederate flags in the wake of the massacre of black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina. On Tuesday, the Southern Poverty [...]