Neo-Nazis Who Organized Deadly ‘Unite The Right’ Rally Claim They’re In “Communication” With ‘Anti-War’ Protest Leaders In DC

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“Following Heimbach’s imprisonment, the TWP quickly fell apart and some on the fascist far-Right disowned him. When Heimbach got out of jail, he attempted to join a local chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), but was quickly removed. He then attempted to re-brand himself as a “former” white supremacist and began working with the much discredited group, Light Upon Light (LUL) [], however while online, Heimbach continued to post in support of fascist leaders, anti-Semitism, and white racial nationalism. Around this time, Heimbach famously did an interview with “libertarian socialist” folk-singer David Rovics, where, in a dramatic retelling of his origin story, argued that anti-white sentiment on the Left thrust him into the arms of open white supremacists.”

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