It was the Alt-Right’s Favorite Chat App. Then Arrived Charlottesville. They posted swastikas and praised Hitler in boards with names like “National Socialist Army” and “FГјhrer’s petrol Chamber.” They arranged weekend that is last “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., linking several major white supremacy groups for an daunting display of force. So when that rally turned lethal, with all the killing of a 32-year-old counterdemonstrator, they cheered and talked about keeping a gathering during the woman’s funeral. A group chat app that was popular among far-right activists for two months before the Charlottesville rally, I embedded with a large group of white nationalistsRead More →