white supremacist

Actress Responds to Former Senator Heitkamp Calling Her a “Nazi”

Gina Carano / Fmr. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND)LOS ANGELES — An actress who was fired from the Disney+ show “The Mandalorian” is firing back at former North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp. During an appearance on “Real Time with Bill Maher”, Heitkamp called Gina Carano a “Nazi” while talking about cancel culture before adding that she hangs with “white supremacists”. Carano,…

ND Republicans Expel White Supremacist

Tefft drew international attention after he was identified as one of the pro-white protesters at last year's deadly demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia.

FARGO (KFGO) – North Dakota District 21 Republicans have voted to expel white supremacist Peter Tefft. Members say Tefft’s views and actions “prove he does not believe in the principals of the party.” Tefft drew international attention after he was identified as one of the pro-white protesters at last year’s deadly demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia. “Mr. Tefft does not represent…

Senator Hoeven Speaks Out on Neo-Nazis, States How President Could Have Avoided Criticism

He easily could have avoided all of the criticism according to Republican U.S. Senator John Hoeven

WEST FARGO, ND — The president’s initial failure on Saturday to denounce white supremacist groups by name prompted criticism by members of both parties. He easily could have avoided all of the criticism according to Republican U.S. Senator John Hoeven. “He should have been very clear in condemning the neo-Nazi group, the white supremacist group,” Sen. Hoeven said. “We need…

UPDATE: Deputy State Fire Marshal Confirms Nome Church Fire was Intentionally Set

Investigators say they came to the conclusion after it was determined the building did not have electricity and no source of heating

Courtesy: Mary Peterson, Nome  NOME, N.D. — The deputy state fire marshal said the blaze that destroyed a church in Nome, North Dakota was intentionally set. He said the fire started near the southeast walk-in door of the locked and unoccupied church and was intentionally set with an unknown open flame device. Investigators said they came to the conclusion after…

Craig Cobb Wants Hate Crime Charges Filed in Church Fire

He is calling the act of his church burning down "terroristic"

NOME, N.D. — A church recently bought by self–proclaimed white supremacist Craig Cobb has burned to the ground in Nome, North Dakota. The Attorney General’s Office says there isn’t any new information to release but Cobb says he knows the fire was set intentionally. “I was going to turn it over to the creativity movement with a stipulation that that…

Blaze Burns Nome Church to the Ground Owned by Craig Cobb

Small flames were still burning when news crews arrived and the smell of smoke filled the air of the small town.

NOME, N.D. — Crews in Nome, North Dakota responded to a call about a church on fire just after four o’clock. But this isn’t just any small country church, it is one recently purchased by self–proclaimed white supremacist Craig Cobb. When KVRR crews arrived just after 5:30, the entire church was burned to the ground. Small flames were still burning…

UPDATED: Fire Crews Battle Fire at Nome Church Purchased by Craig Cobb

It is not known if anyone was inside the church at the time of the fire and the state fire marshal will be investigating

Courtesy: Mary Peterson, NomeNOME, N.D. — Fire crews are on the scene in Nome, trying to fight flames at the former Zion Lutheran Church. The Barnes County Sheriff said the call came in just after four o’ clock in the afternoon but by the time deputies arrived, the church was fully engulfed. It is not known if anyone was inside…

Craig Cobb Buys Property in Barnes County

Craig Cobb Now the Co-Owner of the Former Nome Zion Evangelical Free Church

  NOME, N.D. — A self-proclaimed white supremacist is now the co–owner of property in Nome. Craig Cobb is listed as the co–owner of the former Nome Zion Evangelical Free Church. The building is currently abandoned and sits within the city limits. A deed was filed on Tuesday. When talking to people who live in Valley City, they said they were fearful and mad that…

White Supremacist Considers Move to Nome, ND

City leaders are considering options after white supremacist Craig Cobb has purchased, or is attempting to purchase an abandoned church.

City leaders in the town of Nome, North Dakota say they have heard a well-known white supremacist may be moving to town. They say Craig Cobb may be purchasing the former Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, an abandoned building within city limits. Cobb became well-known after he purchased property in Leith and voiced it would be a safe place for white nationalists. The town…