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Originally created for video gaming enthusiasts to converse via text and calls while playing their favorite games, Discord became a meetup place for members of the far right in the run-up to the 2016 election.Many of the Discord channels Reveal reviewed were shut down by the company in the days following the Charlottesville rally.Keeping these particular symbols of white supremacy out of sight at the rally was part of a strategy to win more followers.In one chat, a user suggests that National Rifle Association members are only a good, strong push away from advocating open white supremacy.“If you use your weapon, you’re going to be national news, (George) Zimmerman-style – even if you are totally in the right. I would basically tell anyone who is bringing a gun or bringing a weapon that you should only be using that as a method to save your life.” In the end, one Unite the Right protester did end up firing a gun toward a black counterprotester in the midst of clashes during the event.From their communications it’s clear the rally’s organizers knew what they were doing had the potential to provoke violence.White supremacists carry Confederate and Nazi flags during the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., on Aug. Organizers of the rally had asked demonstrators to leave Nazi symbols at home.

A reporter for Wired magazine confirmed with a prominent Unite the Right organizer that a first batch of messages and recordings published on Unicorn Riot appeared authentic.

The prevalence of links to the Daily Stormer shows just how influential the site is in the white supremacist ecosystem.

The server used to plan the Unite the Right rally, Charlottesville 2.0, had hundreds of users by the time it was shut down shortly after the event.

Plans for deployment during the rally were complex and detailed, including schematics that resembled battle plans – or football plays.

The planning even included what to do if questioned by police following any violent altercations with counterprotesters.