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recently tweeted the chart below, which was created by National Public Radio.

Some members are part of the Trump supporter milieu, others are part of a patriotic motorcycle gang.

Some others are bigoted Christian preachers, at least one member was a cast-off from a militia group.

WFF claims no other ideology other than abstract U. “patriotism” and some sort of nominally Christian, militant “free speech.” The focus of the group is taking donations from the public so that the WFF street brawlers can travel all over the country, in their attempts to beat up protesters, film the carnage, and then use that as publicity to garner more funds.

One can see this clearly from the group’s name, the propaganda they produce, their activities at the protests they attend, and the members own admissions on social media.