Richard Bertrand Spencer (born May 1978) is an American neo-Nazi, antisemitic conspiracy theorist, and white supremacist.   A former editor , he is a public speaker and activist on behalf of the alt-right movement.
WHITEFISH, Mont. — Richard B. Spencer, the most infamous summer resident in this town, once boasted that he stood at the vanguard of a white nationalist movement emboldened by President Donald J....
Richard Spencer @RichardBSpencer Writer, publisher, and speaker. Media Personality United States radixjournal.substack.com Born 1978 Joined October 2011 1,023 Following 75.5K Followers Replies Media Richard Spencer Retweeted MAKS 22 @Maks_NAFO_FELLA · Mar 20 Wait a minute.... WTF is this? 👀 1,093 1,798 10.3K Richard Spencer @RichardBSpencer · 6h
As head of the National Policy Institute, Richard Spencer is one of the country’s most successful young white nationalist leaders — a suit-and-tie version of the white supremacists of old, a kind of professional racist in khakis. Spencer has been credited with creating the term “alt-right.”
Richard Spencer is a prominent neo-Nazi who helped organize the deadly Charlottesville rally in 2017. But he told Jezebel on Tuesday that he no longer identifies as a white nationalist. Spencer's Bumble profile, which was verified by Jezebel, describes him as politically moderate.
Richard Spencer has spent a decade attempting to edge his views into the mainstream, the same effort the alt-right and so-called “America First” movement is taking on as we speak.
Richard Bertrand Spencer is a well-groomed, well-educated advocate for the creation of a “white ethno-state” in North America for a “dispossessed white race.”. He has also called for “peaceful ethnic cleansing” to halt the “deconstruction” of what he describes as “white culture” and to achieve a “white homeland.”.
Richard B. Spencer, the controversial white nationalist activist known for coining the term “alt-right,” voiced regret for supporting President Trump in the 2016 election Tuesday.
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Richard B. Spencer greeted an audience of more than 200 at an alt-right conference in Washington D.C. last month with the cry, “Hail Trump, hail our people, ...