'Anti-Racism Strategist' Tariq Nasheed Discovers How to Defeat The Alt-RightChris Menahan
Jul. 17, 2017
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Racial agitator and self-described "anti-racism strategist" Tariq Nasheed has released a new music video BTFOing "alt-right," "white supremacists" like Philip DeFranco and Ben Shapiro.
"Introducing..The 'Alt-Right Bandstand'," Nasheed tweeted Monday.
Some twitter users weren't quite sure how DeFranco could be considered a white supremacist, but Nasheed made it clear he is.
If Tariq Nasheed suspects you're a white supremacist because of some joke you made a decade ago, you need to prove to him you're not, understand? (Also, throw in an apology for slavery.)
How will they ever recover?
The alt-right countered with some memes of their own.
Ben Shapiro also took issue with being labeled as "alt-right."
This is what an "anti-racism strategist" looks like, folks.
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