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Not only does Trump share their attitudes, but he's got mad trolling skills: he doxxed Republican primary opponent Senator Lindsey Graham by giving out his cell-phone number on TV and indirectly got his Twitter followers to attack GOP political strategist Cheri Jacobus so severely that her lawyers sent him a cease-and-desist order.
The alt-right's favorite insult is to call men who don't hate feminism "cucks," as in "cuckold." Republicans who don't like Trump are "cuckservatives." Men who don't see how feminists are secretly controlling them haven't "taken the red pill," a reference to the truth-revealing drug in The Matrix.
It's expanded to anything and everything: video games, clothing ads, even remaking a mediocre comedy from the 1980s.One of the best is Congressman Steve Smith, a Tea Party Republican representing Georgia's 15th District, which doesn't exist.For nearly three years Smith has spewed over-the-top conservative blather on Twitter, luring Senator Claire Mc Caskill, Christiane Amanpour and Rosie O' Donnell into arguments."Trolls are portrayed as aberrational and antithetical to how normal people converse with each other.And that could not be further from the truth," says Whitney Phillips, a literature professor at Mercer University and the author of This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things: Mapping the Relationship Between Online Trolling and Mainstream Culture.