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A Voice of Hate in America’s Heartland
Sun Nov 26, 2017 1:32pm

The banality of evil.

HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio — Tony and Maria Hovater were married this fall. They registered at Target. On their list was a muffin pan, a four-drawer dresser and a pineapple slicer.

Ms. Hovater, 25, was worried about Antifa bashing up the ceremony. Weddings are hard enough to plan for when your fiancé is not an avowed white nationalist.

But Mr. Hovater, in the days leading up to the wedding, was somewhat less anxious. There are times when it can feel toxic to openly identify as a far-right extremist in the Ohio of 2017. But not always. He said the election of President Trump helped open a space for people like him, demonstrating that it is not the end of the world to be attacked as the bigot he surely is: “You can just say, ‘Yeah, so?’ And move on.”

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    • Personally....I'd like to see couple of NY Times human interest stories on leftist celebrities and major media types that are and have been for quite a while, exhibiting hate and true mean-spirited... more
    • Now, NYTimes ~ Deanna, Sun Nov 26 2:37pm
      Should follow up with an article titled "The Voice of Hate in the USA"....and interview a newly married Antifa couple...... I will be waiting.....
      • I Knew That This Article Would Upset You. ~ Merlin, Sun Nov 26 3:57pm
        Sorry ;-)
        • LOL....Not!! ~ Deanna, Sun Nov 26 5:22pm
          Fairness is only fair.....unless, you can show me an article of the same that NYT has done on an Antifa couple....:) I think the people in the article are just as weird as Antifa people.......:)
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