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Bizarrely, this category includes the Republican nominee for President.It also includes extremist commentators, long belittled or ignored by the media, whom mainstream pundits are now starting to take seriously.(@beelman_matt: “PC is for PUSSIES”; @ciswhitemale: “Mike is a bosss.”) Cernovich wore a plaid shirt, partially unbuttoned to display his chest hair.Visible behind him were a swimming pool, trimmed boxwoods, and a mountain glowing in the afternoon sun.The afternoon before Clinton’s speech, Mike Cernovich, a thick-chested white man in his late thirties, sitting on a veranda in Southern California, opened the live-streaming app Periscope on his i Pad and filmed a video called “How to fight back against Sick Hillary and the #Clinton News Network.” By “Clinton News Network,” he meant CNN and other corporate media outlets.The word “sick” described Clinton morally and physically: Cernovich was among the first to insinuate publicly that Clinton had a grave neurological condition, and that the media was covering it up. Internet activism is sometimes derided as “slacktivism”—a fair characterization when an online campaign tries to, say, cure “Tomorrow, everybody’s going to be Googling the alt-right,” Cernovich said.
“The narrative is being written, and you’d better get off your fucking asses and write your own.” His feed filled with real-time comments.” Cernovich prefers to call himself an “American nationalist,” but he often uses “we” when discussing the alt-right movement.The alt-right has no consistent ideology; it is a label, like “snob” or “hipster,” that is often disavowed by people who exemplify it.The term typically applies to conservatives and reactionaries who are active on the Internet and too anti-establishment to feel at home in the Republican Party.In late August, Hillary Clinton announced that she would soon give a speech, in Reno, Nevada, linking Donald J.
Trump to what has become known as the alt-right—a loose online affiliation of white nationalists, neo-monarchists, masculinists, conspiracists, belligerent nihilists, and social-media trolls.