After their rally a few weeks ago, neo-Nazis with the National Socialist Movement held a "lighting" in Georgia. These are the picture that emerged, via Twitter user @JackSmithIV**:
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This rise in hatred is being called the “Trump Effect" by researchers. A study, conducted at UMass, found a correlation between Trump’s hateful and racist rhetoric and the willingness of white people to express a bigoted view. Brian Schaffner, the researcher behind the study, found that:
“Trump’s language [about Mexicans] doesn’t just embolden people to say more negative and more offensive things about the group he’s talking about, but it actually leads them to say more offensive things about all groups.”
THIS is Trump's America.
Watch the video above published by the TIME YouTube channel on April 23, 2018.
For more read, "Salute to hatred: Black-clad neo-Nazis hold a shocking swastika burning ritual in Georgia after earlier clashing with antifa protesters 40 miles away during rally celebrating Hitler's birthday" written by Rory Tingle for Dailymail on April 22, 2018.