Leading white nationalist accused of threats on message app

Christopher Cantwell, a New Hampshire resident who rose to prominence in 2017 after a violent rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, is accused of using the Telegram messaging app to make the threat on June 16, 2019. The person with whom he was messaging hasn’t been identified.

The FBI tweeted that it arrested Cantwell, of Keene, on Thursday morning without incident. He faces charges of extortion and sending interstate threats and is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday afternoon in Concord.

Source: Yahoo

From Wikipedia, so take it with a grain of salt.

Christopher Charles Cantwell (born November 12, 1980), also known as The Crying Nazi, is an American white supremacistwhite nationalistlibertarian pundit, shock jock, and political activist. Part of the broader alt-right movement, Cantwell gained attention during and immediately after his participation in the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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  1. vhallkrimvost · January 25, 2020

    New Hampshire may be more industrialized and “diverse” than Vermont yet there are more conservatives in New Hampshire. Though with the rising tide of cityslickers from Massachussets that may change. Vermonts conservatives/traditionists are mostly in the Northeast Kingdom. Though go to a Home Depot, Tractor Supply, or other redneck store and you’ll find the woodchuck backwoods Vermonter.

    • Viking Life Blog · January 25, 2020

      I thought, New Hampshire was a playground for rich New Yorkers. It seems as, conservatives/traditionists are losing ground in every state.


      • vhallkrimvost · January 25, 2020

        New Yorkers as well. Vermont seems to be a place middle-aged white liberals and Jews go to escape diversity only to try and bring it here.


    • Viking Life Blog · January 25, 2020

      It is like they are controlled by some sort of brain parasite, that makes them act in a suicidal way.

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