Dec 6, 2022: The Hill: White nationalist Nick Fuentes reportedly hurls drink at Hollywood In-N-Out customers
Nick Fuentes, a white supremacist leader who recently dined with former President Donald Trump, was caught on camera hurling a drink at customers at a Hollywood In-N-Out Burger over the weekend.
Nov 29, 2022: WBEZ: White supremacist, Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes, who met with Ye and Trump, raised in suburban Chicago
White nationalist Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes, who met with former President Donald Trump last Tuesday at his Mar-a-Largo estate (brought there by the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, under fire for his own antisemitic statements), was raised in suburban Chicago
Nov 29, 2022: NPR: Republican leaders denounce Trump's dinner with white nationalist Nick Fuentes
House and Senate Republicans are speaking out against former President Donald Trump's dinner last week with Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, and white nationalist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes.
Nov 27, 2022: Religion News Service: Who is Trump and Kanye’s dinner companion, Nick Fuentes?
Last year the 24-year-old right-wing media personality told an audience that the United States will cease to be America 'if it loses its white demographic core and if it loses its faith in Jesus Christ.'
Religion News: As Christian nationalism digs in, differing visions surface
But within this cohort, the different variants of Christian nationalism began to show themselves and develop. Even as Locke was becoming a major Christian nationalist voice, Nick Fuentes, the white nationalist head of the group America First, and a Catholic, was on the rise as well. While Locke has advocated for burning rosaries, Fuentes has celebrated the idea of “Catholic Taliban rule.”
Aug. 12, 2017: In a FaceBook post Fuentes said: “You can call us racists, white supremacists, Nazis, & bigots. You can disavow us on social media from your cushy Campus Reform job. But you will not replace us. The rootless transnational elite knows that a tidal wave of white identity is coming. And they know that once the word gets out, they will not be able to stop us. The fire rises!”
Jan. 4, 2021: A broadcast of “America First” aired in which Fuentes said: “Republicans just screwed us every day for two months straight, and we have no recourse. Why? Because we have no leverage. What are we going to do to them? What can you and I do to a state legislator besides kill them? We should not do that. I’m not advertising that, but I mean, what else can you do, right?”
Nov 27, 2022: David Goldenberg, the Anti-Defamation League director of the Midwest regional office, told the Chicago Sun-Times: “Fuentes is among the most prominent and unapologetic antisemites around. He’s a vicious bigot. He’s been condemned across the political spectrum. … He’s a white supremacist who really is seeking to forge a white nationalist alternative to the mainstream GOP."
Nov 28, 2022: In a NewsNation interview Mike Pence said: “President Trump was wrong to give a white nationalist, an antisemite and a Holocaust denier, a seat at the table and I think he should apologize for it."
Nov 29, 2022: Kevin McCarthy said to reporters: "I don't think anybody should be spending any time with Nick Fuentes. He has no place in this Republican Party. I think President Trump came out four times and condemned him and didn't know who he was." When a reporter pointed out to McCarthy that the former president only denied knowing Fuentes — not condemning his ideologies, McCarthy said: "Well, I condemn his ideology, it has no place in society; at all."
Jan. 29, 2022: A House committee investigating the storming of the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6, 2021, subpoenaed Fuentes for his involvement in the anti-democracy “Stop the Steal” movement.