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Over the weekend, we found out that white supremacists tried to weaponize the coronavirus.

Now, we learn that a white supremacist tried to bomb a hospital in Missouri that’s grappling with this health crisis; he died during a confrontation with the FBI. This terrorist was active online with the National Socialist Movement – a neo-Nazi hate group that’s a defendant in our Charlottesville suit for its role orchestrating that violence.

To recap, in the last few days alone, reports have confirmed that white supremacists:

-- planned to car-bomb a hospital.

-- discussed turning the virus into a bioweapon targeted at Jews, law enforcement, and others.

-- spread disinformation, anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, and anti-Asian attacks.

It’s very clear: white supremacist terror is a dire threat to our national security - especially during a pandemic.

We are proud to be taking on the leaders and hate groups at the center of this violent movement. And we’re so grateful to have you with us in this fight.

10,000 Voices for Charlottesville

Our lawsuit against the Nazis and white supremacists who attacked Charlottesville is headed to trial — and our plaintiffs need to know we have their backs.