White Lives Matter Protests Fizzle, But....
Do you think the media will stop covering white supremacists? Not on your life. Brandy Zadrozny is forced to admit that the much-hyped (by her and other media apparatchiks) rallies turned out to be a flop:
Hyped by organizers [and Brandy Zadrozny] as events that would make "the whole world tremble," the rallies ran into a major problem: Hardly anyone showed up.
Now you might think that nobody showing up would indicate that perhaps too much attention was being paid to a phantom menace, but you'd be wrong. In fact, the menace is still very real; it was only thwarted by the heroic efforts of Brandy Zadrozny and friends:
The poor showing underscores how the country's unpopular and disorganized extremist movements have been driven underground by increased scrutiny from the media, law enforcement agencies and far-left activist who infiltrate their online spaces and disrupt their attempts to communicate and organize.
But it's still important work, never mind how unpopular and disorganized they are! Experts are roped in:
The ineptitude of organizers notwithstanding, experts say that the US extremist movement is at an inflection point and that would-be participants are discouraged by the increased negative attention....
It goes on in that vein for quite awhile, but NBC News won't let me copy and paste from the article and retyping is a chore. Suffice to say that white supremacy is a joke (stopped clock) but opposing it is extremely important work being done heroically. Hey, I opposed the 9-11 Truthers back in the day, so I know what it's like to start out thinking the enemy is serious and then discover that it's a bunch of buffoons and crackpots.