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The Kids Are Alt-Right

Why pro-Trump provocateurs are using allegations of pedophilia to smear the left



HOAX US POCUS Cernovich falsely suggested that leftist protesters at Columbia were marching in support of pedophilia.

“It’s Yuletide in Washington, and the Republicans are decorating their tax bill with trillions of sparkly ornaments.”


ON OCTOBER 30, A TROUBLING IMAGE MADE its way across Twitter. It showed student activists at Columbia University in New York City protesting Mike Cernovich, a pro-Trump journalist and author who was delivering a speech to a Republican group on campus later that evening. The photo showed several people hoisting a banner. “No white supremacy,” it said. “No Mike Cernovich.”

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