January 2, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

CRESWELL, [OR]--Looking back, things did seem a bit out of balance with successful marijuana entrepreneur Bethany Sherman. She shared an open contempt for Eugene and its renowned left-wing politics. She gloated about the election of Donald Trump. She made sure to note that she’d given her baby a German name. But few who knew Sherman expected to read an antifascist expose´ accusing her of neo-Nazi sympathies. They were even less prepared for Sherman’s immediate and enthusiastic declaration of white pride, though she disavowed any connection to neo-Nazis. Within a day of the allegations, Sherman found her carefully cultivated image as a well-connected and savvy businesswoman in tatters. S