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At the urging of a website called the Daily Stormer, the trolls were calling Jewish businesses in Whitefish and delivering vile messages, as well as posting negative reviews about those businesses online.
Soon a date for the protest would be set: January 16. Small storefronts, festooned lampposts, people constantly running into friends and neighbors and coworkers on the sidewalk. In late December, Spencer's name became adhered in national news reports to Whitefish, the small, left-leaning ski town I was driving toward, a place where I have family and where Spencer lives part-time. The problem seemed to radiate outward from one man, Richard Spencer, a white nationalist who has admitted he takes "a sadistic pleasure" in getting under the skin of liberals.The website encouraged its army to visit one of its targets, a Jewish woman who works as a real estate agent, "in person." The site ran photos of her, her child, and a Whitefish rabbi superimposed over an image of a concentration camp decorated with a yellow Nazi Germany–era Star of David identification badge.
"The Jews," a Daily Stormer post read, "are a vicious, evil race of hate-filled psychopaths...Over the years, he's had trouble defining exactly who qualifies as white and who doesn't.