Extremism

Experts worry it's only a matter of time before Biden's environmental agenda collides with anti-government militias.
Robert Scott Palmer assaulted police with a fire extinguisher on Jan. 6 — and he’s still at large. Meet one of the online sleuths working to change that.
"A neighbor cautioned that I couldn’t be sure what I saw was a Nazi swastika, since it might have been a Hindu symbol. I wanted to claw their eyes out."
The congressman was the keynote speaker at a conference run by a virulent racist and anti-Semite. HuffPost tried to find a Republican lawmaker to rebuke him.
The request, reported by multiple outlets, comes amid heightened security in response to a another potential extremist plot to attack the Capitol complex.
Bigots, insurrectionists and conspiracy theorists are on the agenda at the annual gathering of American conservatives, including former President Donald Trump.
Militias tied to the Jan. 6 insurrection have stated their desire to “blow up the Capitol,” said acting Chief Yogananda Pittman.
Fox host Tucker Carlson is now claiming that extremist conspiracy theory group QAnon doesn’t exist. Except he’s talked about it before, and we’ve got receipts.
Jose Padilla, who the feds say fought with police during the Capitol attack, said on the online forum TheDonald that God was on his side.
In the weeks before the Capitol siege, Trump's former national security adviser went on a far-right media blitz to promote wild conspiracy theories.