You’re deflecting. I attacked Johnstone for promoting clear white supremacists, not liberals or conservatives; e.g. Robert Steele, a clear example of alt right equalling white supremacy. She endorsed “alt right” and then went on to promote Cernovich and Steele, not Ben Shapiro. That’s her definition, and her behavioral pattern, I’m just putting a finger on it.

Uh, OK. My take is that you’re dodging the issue, but…..whatever.

Regarding your analogy- I discard the entire watermelon if its rotten, and don’t carve out the tiny pieces that seem fine. Mold has invisible roots…

I don’t consider her rotten.

Lastly, wiki is not a serious source for a complicated topic like fascism. I referenced experts and books, that’s way more credible

The Wiki discussion is not outside the mainstream definition of fascism. Again, you’re resorting to another logical fallacy (poisoning the well) rather than addressing the matter at hand. It doesn’t matter where the definition comes from; what matters is what the classical definition IS. If the classical definition is on the Wiki page, then the fact that the Wikipedia is not formally curated becomes irrelevant.

Free markets, free minds. Question all narratives. If you think one political party is right and the other party is evil, the problem with our politics is you.