Historically hate groups like the KKK, Nazis, and alt-right have kept to themselves. Their attempt to unite behind the common goal of a "race war" should worry all of us.
The complicity of silence is as violent as the racist brutality we witnessed in Charlottesville from the tiki-and-gun-wielding fascists who revealed their terror over "being replaced."
With last week’s appointment announcements, Trump is following through on his platform of hate. And backtracking on his promise to help the middle- and working classes.
The GOP candidate didn't start racism in America, but he's given it a platform and brought it to full boil. And it's not going to simmer down any time soon.