Even as far-right groups have shown a disturbing ability to organize online, hangers-on may be just as likely to invite the feds to their doorstep.
Last month’s attack that killed three and wounded eight is the latest front in an ongoing beef over privacy and how far Big Tech should go to help police.
Michael Moates tried to make the jump from hanging out with the White House press corps and dabbling in conspiracies to running for Congress. It did not go well.
“Their presence is just to be a parasite.”
The retired Green Bay Packer now runs a fringe ministry. Two of his followers spouted “sovereign citizen” buzzwords in a bizarre court appearance.
Larry Hopkins, who heads a confrontational militia that detains migrants at gunpoint, pleaded guilty to a weapons charge—but his followers won’t believe it.
He was arrested in Florida on a warrant out of South Carolina.
He donated hundreds of thousands to police, fancied himself a cop—then was caught with a gun and a list of enemies.
Players from mainland China are dressing like cops and squaring off against avatars dressed like protesters.