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"They don't care about free speech at all," said Crow, whose upcoming book, Setting Sights, examines the history of left-wing self-defence.
"They are using it as a ruse to get back in these places, and liberal cowards are letting them do it." Although Spencer coined the term "alt-right" in 2008, the movement grew to national prominence last year during Trump's presidential campaign.
"Although UF leadership has denounced Spencer's white supremacist rhetoric, the university, as a state entity, must allow the free expression of all viewpoints," the statement read.
Of that total, Spencer's National Policy Institute has been asked to pay ,564 to rent the venue and contribute to security costs.
"We don't want them in our community, our state or our country.
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"It is an honor to be part of this great profession and help so many people of all ages achieve their goal of improving their smile.
"However, we have zero tolerance for violence, and public safety is always our number one priority." Asked on the Alt-Right Politics podcast what he would do if the university announced a last-minute cancellation, Spencer claimed he would still go through with the event."By hosting Spencer, not only does it bring white nationalists into the community," he said."But it also emboldens the ones who are already here and gives [Spencer] the opportunity to recruit those who are on the fringe of his movement." Spencer is a leading member of the alt-right, a loosely-knit coalition of white supremacists, white nationalists and neo-Nazis who advocate a white ethnostate.The event comes just two months after Spencer and hundreds of white supremacists gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia, for the Unite the Right rally, which descended into widespread violence.When Unite the Right participants descended on Charlottesville on August 12 to protest the city's decision to remove a Confederate monument, they clashed with community members, anti-racist activists and anti-fascists.
Supporting his anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim policies, the alt-right celebrated Trump's victory in the November 2016 presidential elections.