The 21st Show

Extremism & The Great Replacement Theory

In this March 2, 20217, file photo, Tucker Carlson, host of

In this March 2, 20217, file photo, Tucker Carlson, host of "Tucker Carlson Tonight," poses for photos in a Fox News Channel studio in New York. AP Photo/Richard Drew

After the shooting by a white nationalist left 10 dead in Buffalo, the country is reckoning once again with what President Biden called a  “poison,” referring to white supremacy. 

The 21st was joined by a reporter from Minnesota Public Radio who has been following a white supremacist group known as the White Rabbit Militia that was based in central Illinois and charged with bombing a mosque in the Minneapolis area. Plus, a psychology professor explained the growth of white nationalists' terroristic actions.


Christine Reyna

Professor of social psychology at DePaul University and Director of the Social and Intergroup Perception Lab at DePaul

Matt Sepic

Reporter, Minnesota Public Radio


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