Report: Hate Groups on Decline in US — Except Alt-Left Antifa Terrorists
Very #FakeNews CNN published a series of charts on hate groups in the United States.
Hate crimes continue to be on the decline since the 1990s.
Hate crimes against blacks are less common today as 20 years ago.
The number of racially focused hate groups are also on the decline since 2003.
Anti-Semitic hate crimes continue to be the most commonly reported hate crime.
The list did not include far left hate groups.
Today there are more Alt-left antifa members than all other groups combined.
Antifa continues tremendous growth in members and violent acts.
The Atlantic reported:
For antifa, the result has been explosive growth. According to NYC Antifa, the group’s Twitter following nearly quadrupled in the first three weeks of January alone. (By summer, it exceeded 15,000.) Trump’s rise has also bred a new sympathy for antifa among some on the mainstream left. “Suddenly,” noted the antifa-aligned journal It’s Going Down, “anarchists and antifa, who have been demonized and sidelined by the wider Left have been hearing from liberals and Leftists, ‘you’ve been right all along.’ ” An article in The Nation argued that “to call Trumpism fascist” is to realize that it is “not well combated or contained by standard liberal appeals to reason.” The radical left, it said, offers “practical and serious responses in this political moment.”