VDARE.com's Peter Brimelow Is Interviewed By Chuck Morse On The Alt Right Movement.
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Peter Brimelow is interviewed by Chuck Morse on the Alt Right movement.

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Hillary Clinton delivered a speech attempting to smear Donald Trump by associating him with a movement now known to the world at the Alt-Right. Since then, there has been a media frenzy attempting to explain what the Alt-Right is, who the main players in the movement are, and what the implications of any Alt-Right influence (if it exists) might be to Trump or the Republican Party generally. Peter Brimelow, Editor of VDARE.com, is America's foremost authority on the issue of immigration, and is often referred to as a major leader of the Alt-Right movement, although his expertise on the issues immigration, national identity and political correctness long predates both the term and the movement. A former Senior Editor of Forbes and National Review, he is the author of the 1995 book Alien Nation, which started the national conversation on America's developing immigration disaster. In 1999, he founded VDARE.com, which has established itself as the leading website dedicated to issues of immigration, demographics and social cohesion. Ann Coulter, author of this year's best-selling Adios America! says "Peter Brimelow, who is the one who started it all, God bless him. It takes an immigrant to wake us up-another immigrant doing a job Americans just won't do."
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