You've lost it. One of the many news items when you Google "right wing violence'".
quote: Attackers motivated by right-wing political ideologies in the US have committed dozens of shootings, bombings and other acts of violence over the past decade, far more than any other category of domestic extremism, according to a new study.
Plenty of people have denounced antifa when appropriate, and when they break the law they are arrested. When they are not breaking the law, which is most of the time, they have First Amendment rights. Really grinds your gears, that Constitutional Rights stuff, amirite?
I don't kbow how to give specific information, just assertions!
The report I cited is specific information. Here's more :
quote: USA - Anti-abortion murders (1993 to 1998). USA - Oklahoma City bombing (1995). USA - Larry Shoemake (1996). USA - Eric Rudolph (1996 to 1998). UK - Neo-Nazi London bomber (1999). USA - Christian murder of gay couple (1999). USA - Benjamin Nathaniel Smith (1999). USA - Jewish Community Center (1999). USA - Richard Baumhammers (2000). Germany - Neo-Nazi killings in Germany (2000 to 2007). USA - Mark Stroman (2001). USA - Knoxville church shooting (2008). USA - Keith Luke rape and murder (2009). USA - Pittsburgh police officers (2009). USA - Anti-abortion murder (2009). Norway - Norway attacks (2011). Though perhaps should be just insane. USA - Holly Grigsby (2011). USA - Sikh temple shooting (2012). UK - Pavlo Lapshyn (2013). (Though he was not actually British, but an immigrant only in the country a few days.) USA - Jewish Community Center shooting (2014). The killer was a fan of Israel-hater Max Blumenthal. UK - Mold, Wales (2015). Zack Davies, the attacker in Mold, was both pro-Nazi and pro-jihad. USA - Charleston black church massacre (2015). USA - Lafayette cinema shooting (2015). Germany - Stabbing of Henriette Reker (2015). Sweden - School attack (2015). USA - Planned Parenthood shooting (2015). UK - Assassination of Jo Cox MP (2016). Though perhaps should be just insane. Canada - Quebec mosque massacre (2017). USA - Kansas racist shooting (2017). USA - Timothy Caughman (2017). USA - Richard Collins murder (2017). UK - Finsbury Park mosque (2017). USA - Charlottesville rally attack (2017). USA - Kenneth Gleason (2017). UK - Leicester car attack (2017). USA - Blaze Bernstein (2018). Italy - Macerata shooting (2018). USA - The "MAGA bomber" (2018). USA - Pittsburgh synagogue massacre (2018). USA - Kentucky murders (2018). Germany - Bottrop and Essen (2019).
James Fields drove his car into a peaceful crowd in Charlottesville, backed up, and drove in again. He killed Heather Heyer and injured dozens. He was found guilty of murder by a jury of his peers, which recommended a sentence of life plus 419 years (for the other charges) and a fine of $480,000. He has yet to stand trial on federal hate crime charges.