Ben Shapiro: ‘The alt-right is the real alt-left’

By Ben Shapiro The Washington Post columnist and frequent guest on Breitbart News has been a fierce critic of the alt-Left.But he has also spoken out forcefully against the alt to left movement that he says is an extension of the left wing agenda and is driven by the same interests that drive President Donald…

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By Ben Shapiro The Washington Post columnist and frequent guest on Breitbart News has been a fierce critic of the alt-Left.

But he has also spoken out forcefully against the alt to left movement that he says is an extension of the left wing agenda and is driven by the same interests that drive President Donald Trump and the alt right.

“They’re not the alt left.

They’re the alt Right,” Shapiro told The Daily Caller.

“This is a group of people who are far left-wing, that have a real agenda of bringing the United States to a point where it’s not a nation but a dictatorship.”

Shapiro, who has a large Twitter following and is an avid listener to the radio talk show The Breitbart News Network, said the alt has been on the rise for a number of years.

The alt-Right is “the real alt left” and has a real alt agenda, Ben Shapiro, The Washington Times columnist and Breitbart News host, wrote in his latest column.

(Jenny Starrs/The Washington Post) Shapiro said he first saw the alt in the spring of 2017.

“It started out in small groups,” he said.

“I went to a meeting with a bunch of them in the basement of a coffee shop.

I said, ‘Hey, you’re going to have to talk to me.

You’re going in the other direction. “

They told me, ‘You’re going around saying, ‘Look, you are a leftist.

You’re going in the other direction.

You have to be careful.'”

The alt was born out of frustration among many white nationalists that the alt is an attempt to take power away from white nationalists.

Shapiro said that he became increasingly frustrated as he watched the alt become increasingly successful in the white nationalist movement.

“One of the reasons the alt was so successful was that the people who created it were people who weren’t part of the traditional alt-lifestyle,” he told TheDC.

“So they were the ones who were looking for a way to make themselves feel good and they were looking to make the world a better place.”

The alt right, Shapiro said, is not the same as the alt alt left and that he sees a similar trend of political parties becoming increasingly authoritarian.

“What we’re seeing right now is that these parties are looking to be a form of government,” he continued.

“The Alt-Right’s not going to be that.

I don’t think the alt’s going to want to be an authoritarian party.”

The movement began in the mid-2000s, when several white nationalist groups, led by Richard Spencer, formed a group called the Traditionalist Workers Party.

The group formed a presidential campaign in 2020, and they won the first presidential election in the United State with Trump’s victory.

Trump, who campaigned on a promise to fight for the “America First” agenda of Trump’s father, former President Ronald Reagan, has been in office for more than two years.

During his campaign, Trump attacked “radical Islamic terrorists” and suggested he would build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border to keep out illegal immigrants.

The Trump administration has repeatedly sought to deport immigrants living in the country illegally, a policy that has been criticized by conservatives and many Democrats.

Shapiro, a prominent critic of President Trump, has made numerous statements that have been interpreted by many in the alt and right as advocating violence.

In a January 2016 column for The Washington Examiner, he argued that “the alt-lite is the alt.”

“I’ve seen many of them express themselves,” Shapiro wrote.

“Some of them have come out in support of a man who has been charged with a crime for speaking his mind.

They’ve shown themselves to be violent.

I’ve seen them support white supremacy.

I’m not going down that path.

Shapiro has been critical of President Donald J. Trump and his administration in the past, including on the 2017 inauguration. “

If they think that they can turn America into an empire or something, that’s fine, but it’s going back to the place it was when America was the center of the world.”

Shapiro has been critical of President Donald J. Trump and his administration in the past, including on the 2017 inauguration.

On Monday, Shapiro called on Trump to withdraw his support for President Barack Obama and the Democratic Party in the 2018 midterm elections, saying “they are out of their minds.”

Shapiro was referring to the fact that Trump won re-election by a margin of more than 4 million votes.

The Republican Party has lost more than 20 House seats since Trump’s election.

“That’s a sign of how out of control the party has become,” Shapiro said.

He continued, “The Republican Party is the only party in American history that does not have a coherent vision for the country.

There’s no plan.

They just do whatever they want.”

Shapiro called the alt “the most powerful force in America” in his column on Monday.

He also said he believes that