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Report Exposes Christian Nationalist “Threats” to Democracy in the US

Per the report, 2023 saw the "highest number of active anti-LGBTQ+ and white nationalist groups" ever recorded.

Supporters of President Donald Trump join in a mass prayer out front of the Michigan State Capitol Building to protest the certification of Joe Biden as the next president on January 6, 2021, in Lansing, Michigan. MATTHEW HATCHER / GETTY IMAGES

 

An earlier this week provides a stark and disturbing assessment of the rise of Christian supremacist groups in the U.S. and their increasing influence in right-wing politics.

The report, entitled “The Year in Hate & Extremism 2023,” documents “1,430 hate and antigovernment extremist groups that comprise the organizational infrastructure upholding white supremacy in the U.S.”

The SPLC says in its report that the “hard right” have only strengthened their resolve to undermine democratic standards in the U.S. government and promote Christian nationalist, white supremacist ideals in the years since the January 6, 2021, attack on Congress. These groups are not only “all-in” on former President Donald Trump’s return to the White House, but seeking to make themselves more mainstream in other branches of government and society, the report notes.

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