Fascism and the Far Right
I’ve been covering fascism and the far right for a variety of publications since early 2016.
“Scary Clowns” (The Baffler) – November 21, 2018
“Boys to Men” (The Baffler) – October 16, 2018
“How Conspiracy Theories Unite the International Far Right” (The Nation) – September 21, 2018
“Davos For Fascists” (The Nation) – September 17, 2018
“The Racist Right Retreats Behind Police Lines” (The Nation) – August 13, 2018
“An Afternoon With Portland’s ‘Multiracial’ Far Right” (The Nation) – August 6, 2018
The Fascist Right Is Bloodied and Soiled (Splinter)
In the process of trying to build an autonomous political force, amid the factional jostling and the infighting and the violence and the failure, the so-called “alt-right,” to the extent that such a thing exists outside of mainstream and social media at all, has revealed its true nature: It is not a political movement conventionally understood, with a platform or a set of demands, or even a recognizable ideological perspective, but a constantly shifting network of personality cults, animated by misogyny, racism, and a libidinal desire for violence.
"Here Are Some Facts and Questions About That Nazi the New York Times Failed to Note" (Splinter News, w/Anna Merlan) – November 27, 2017
"This Is What It Looks Like When the President Asks People to Snitch on Their Neighbors" (Splinter News, w/Danny Rivero) – October 3, 2017