"Pepe is a meme, nothing more. He is a middle finger to the left if you haven't made the connection yet."
Oh look! Another Nazi coddler! Doc just had to jump out there and defend that Nazi.
In case you didn't notice the left just gave you and Nazi the middle finger right back.
Face it lefties, the total number of Nazis in this country could not fill up a high school auditorium.
Still in denial are we? The number of Nazi GROUPS would fill an auditorium. Each group has hundreds of members.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) on Wednesday published a report showing a rise in the number of hate groups operating in the United States during President Donald Trump's first year in office.
The number of hate groups in the US grew to 954, marking a 4-percent increase compared to last year. The report said Trump-inspired groups also provoked a backlash that witnessed a rise in black nationalist groups, such as the Nation of Islam.
"President Trump's first year in office proved to be just as racially divisive as his campaign -- but even more consequential," the report said. "President Trump in 2017 reflected what white supremacist groups want to see: a country where racism is sanctioned by the highest office, immigrants are given the boot and Muslims banned."
Neo-Nazis on the rise
There were more than 600 white supremacist groups in the US, according to the report. Neo-Nazi groups rose to 121 compared to 99 last year, marking a 22 percent increase.
"Antifa on the other hand, are milk toast basement dwellers, key board warriors and university students living on their daddy's dime."
Is that why you are so afraid of them?