UPDATE: I watched the whole documentary.
There is nothing new revealed about Atomwaffen that we didn’t already know before. A.C. Thompson opens and closes the documentary with Pittsburgh. He tries to create the impression that Robert Bowers was associated with Atomwaffen, but never comes out and says he was involved with the group. If A.C. Thompson had any evidence that was the case, we would have certainly seen it in the documentary. Undoubtedly, this is because he knows better given that Robert Bowers was a Boomer and Atomwaffen are Millennials or Zoomers, but he couldn’t let Pittsburgh go to waste.
A few months ago, there was a panic about Atomwaffen in the Alt-Right. There was one guy who killed a gay Jew named Blaze Bernstein in California. There was another who shot his two roommates in Florida. There was another guy who killed his girlfriend’s parents in Virginia.
If memory serves, the murder of Blaze Bernstein happened in January, the guy who killed his girlfriend’s parents did it last December and the jihadist who killed his roommates did it before Charlottesville. The freakout about Atomwaffen began around March. There was a lot of speculation that the Austin bomber was connected to Atomwaffen which turned out to be baseless.
I haven’t heard anything about Atomwaffen in over six months now. The group used to be on Twitter and Gab but has since vanished. But anyway, the A.C. Thompson documentary aired tonight on PBS, so the freakout in the mainstream media about the “New American Nazis” is about to begin.
Note: I’m about to sit down and watch this to see if I missed anything. Follow the link above to watch the documentary.