WASHINGTON – Following the controversial and violent rally in Charlottesville and the counter-protests that have emerged in its wake, the various groups that make up the alt-right, ranging from white supremacists to MRAs to neo-Nazis, have found divisions among themselves over whether to bring feminazis into the fold.
“It’s a tough call,” said Richard Spencer, who is widely seen at as leader within the movement. “On the one hand they have Nazis in their name, which is great. On the other, they’re girls, and that makes some of us break out in hives.”
While there is disagreement over the inclusion of feminazis, there has been broad agreement to include grammar Nazis. “Those guys are assholes,” Spencer said. “They’ll fit right in.”