White Domestic Terrorism

Sydney Angela Holder allegedly posted that she’ll "shoot a n***** in Walmart," and Tuscaloosa police arrested her for a misdemeanor and a $500 bond.

The charge of Domestic Acts of Terrorism Motivated by Hate in the First Degree was brought against Payton Gendron "because of the perceived race and/or color” of the people he targeted, according to the indictment.

James McLeod, aka Roman McClay - the gunman behind the deadly mass shooting in and around Denver - has been described on social media as a "white supremacist" who also harbored hatred toward women. And the folks making these claims came with receipts.

Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa was identified as the prime suspect in a shooting that killed 10 people, including a police officer, during a mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado, on Monday.

The self-restraint shown by Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman with the mob storming the U.S. Capitol is rarely used when there are Black suspects.

Anthony Quinn Warner, the Nashville Christmas bomber, and Duke Webb, accused Illinois bowling alley murderer, are not being discussed in terms of white domestic terrorism. Why not?

In the hours after police said they killed the Odessa shooter, the demand to know the identity of the gunman grew louder across the internet.

Patrick Crusius isn't Black. That's it. That's the story.

After the mass shootings in Gilroy, El Paso and Dayton, it was becoming increasingly apparent that white domestic terrorism has quickly ascended the ladder of most lethal threats to society.

The shooting at a Dallas federal building was the latest instance of a white male committing domestic terrorism, which does not have a specific law addressing it.

Cops' treatment of Grady Wayne Wilkes in Alabama for reportedly killing a cop stood in contrast to police shooting and killing unarmed Pamela Turner in Baytown, Texas, one week earlier.

A white Coast Guard officer who was apparently ready to go on a killing spree if President Donald Trump was impeached was on the verge of being released from jail.