Patriot Front Just Had A Massive PR Nightmare. Here’s How To Make The Most Of It

Make White Supremacy Shameful Again

Mike Goldberg
3 min readJun 12, 2022


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31 members of White Supremacist hate group Patriot Front were arrested in Coeur d’Alaine, Idaho on Saturday, June 11 and charged with ‘Conspiracy to Riot’.

The details are explosive and cameras were there to capture every detail. Local police pulled over a U-Haul truck heading toward a PRIDE rally, after receiving significant intelligence and a tip that a “small army” was being loaded inside the truck.

The subsequent photos, unmasking and arrest of these individuals is nothing short of a PR disaster for this terror group. We must use this to our full advantage to mock, shame and demoralize White Supremacists and those who support them.

Immediately, Right Wing trolls attempted to shift the narrative, predictably blaming BLM and ANTIFA, or trying to establish this was staged by the Feds themselves, but the mountain of evidence easily rendered their arguments inert.

Rather, Patriot Front handed the world a gift here. The failed attempt to incite a riot shows their ineptitude, and the subsequent shaming by unmasking has destroyed their ability to create chaos. We must make them the laughing stock of White Supremacy groups.

Even more interestingly, in the following video, police reveal at about 8:50 they had someone on the inside.

Use this to sow fear within right wing extremist circles — that the Feds are watching. Make them doubt and question each other. You never know who is an informant.

Make the Patriot Front so laughable, other hate groups will turn them away out of fear of association.

I like to imagine a group of bullies, in which one of them shit their pants. Shitting one’s pants is not something to be proud of, and the other bullies won’t want to be associated with the pants shitter. The more the pants shitter is laughed at, the more likely the rest of the group…



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