By Justin Wm. Moyer, Washington Post
Last year, after Donald Trump’s election win, white nationalist posters began appearing on college campuses using fascist imagery and the slogan, “We have a right to exist.”
Now, a month after a white supremacist rally and deadly violence in Charlottesville, a progressive group is trying to seize these tools of white nationalism and use them against the Trump White House, distributing 4,000 anti-Nazi posters around the nation’s capital.
They are not subtle. One features Trump in boxer shorts branded with swastikas — a version of a famous poster of Adolf Hitler with his pants down created on the eve of World War II, as WAMU pointed out. Another shows Uncle Sam warning that there is “No room for racists!”