ABC allows Gavin McInnes to claim white supremacy doesn't exist in the US

ABC allows Gavin McInnes to claim white supremacy doesn't exist in the US

The network could have featured the victims of white supremacy instead

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From the December 11 edition of ABC's Nightline:

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PAULA FARIS (ABC NEWS CORRESPONDENT): Do you think white supremacy exists in the U.S.? 

GAVIN MCINNES: Not to any measurable degree. 

FARIS: What about Richard Spencer? What about David Duke? What --

MCINNES: Everyone always says those two. 

FARIS: The KKK. And the KKK. 

MCINNES: Everyone says those two guys and the KKK, let's get them all together. You're lucky if they fill up a living room.

Previously:

Republicans have already empowered gangs and extremist groups

Meet The Press sanitizes Proud Boys’ involvement in Miami protests

NBC's Today provides white supremacist group Identity Evropa with a platform for free publicity

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