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Is Idaho’s history of hate repeating itself?

Vincent James Foxx, David Reilly and Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin pose together in a screenshot from one of Foxx's video's on his web site, Daily Veracity.
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From right to left, Vincent James Foxx, David Reilly and Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin pose together in a screenshot from one of Foxx's video's on his web site Daily Veracity. Foxx, a white nationalist, claims to have ties to McGeachin.

Hate is making a comeback in Idaho, this time with political support. That’s the latest word from Heath Druzin, the host and creator of the Extremely American podcast.

He covers far-right movements and he’s been looking at a series of recent events that have some people worried that Idaho’s history of hate may be repeating itself.

Druzin joined Idaho Matters to talk about some of those events, including arrests in north Idaho and swastikas at Boise’s Anne Frank memorial, and what the intersection of hate and politics could mean for the Gem State.

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