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Did John Wayne Say He Believed in White Supremacy?

— Oct 28, 2017 ... A quote from actor John Wayne came from a 1971 interview with "Playboy" magazine.

'White Supremacy'?

— Sep 25, 2017 ... Until 1966, the official logo of the Alabama Democratic Party featured a crowing rooster and a banner reading "White Supremacy".

white supremacy Archives | Snopes.com

— Did a State Democratic Party Logo Once Feature the Slogan 'White Supremacy'? 25 September 2017 Until 1966, the official logo of the Alabama Democratic Party featured a crowing rooster and a banner reading "White Supremacy." News Controversy ...

Did President Trump Remove White Supremacists from the Terror ...

— Feb 2, 2017 ... WHAT'S FALSE. The Countering Violent Extremism change has not been officially announced, and white supremacy extremist groups are still listed as threats in other counter-terrorism programs.

Are there white nationalists in the White House? | PolitiFact

— Aug 15, 2017 ... The ADL calls white nationalism "a term used by white supremacists as a euphemism for white supremacy," while the SPLC calls it the belief in "a white nation for and run by whites. White nationalists believe race and IQ are related and that black people are inherently inferior in IQ." Meanwhile, SPLC calls ...

Torch-Bearing White Supremacists Rally in Charlottesville, Virginia

— May 15, 2017 ... Protesters draped a banner over the Lee statute that read “Black Lives Matter — Fuck White Supremacy.” According to Charlottesville newspaper the Daily Progress, the vigil involved members of the racial justice organizations Black Lives Matter and Showing Up For Racial Justice Charlottesville, among ...

The Truth about Confederate History: Part 1

— Jun 28, 2015 ... As a people, we are fighting to maintain the Heaven-ordained supremacy of the white man over the inferior or colored race; a white flag would thus be emblematical of our cause. That new flag consisted of a white field with a union in the upper left identical to the (by then popular) square battle flag used by ...

john wayne Archives | Snopes.com

— Did John Wayne Say He Believed in White Supremacy? Updated The quote from iconic Western actor John Wayne came from a 1971 interview with "Playboy" magazine. FALSE. Fact Check Questionable Quotes ...

What we know about Steve Scalise attending a white power event ...

— Jan 6, 2015 ... How Rep. Steve Scalise, the third-ranking Republican in the House, came to speak at a white supremacist rally in 2002 — or right before it — remains a confusing controversy as Congress returns for its new session on Jan. 6. Conflicting accounts and the fog of time have all clouded the events of May 2002,  ...

FACT CHECK: Did a White House Intern Make the 'White Power ...

— Jan 5, 2018 ... The “OK” hand gesture hoax originated in February 2017 when an anonymous 4channer announced “Operation O-KKK,” telling other members that “we must flood Twitter and other social media websites…claiming that the OK hand sign is a symbol of white supremacy.” The user even provided a helpful ...

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