Tiki torches are more commonly seen at luaus and pool parties, but when they turned up Saturday at a white nationalist rally in Virginia, social media ... guffawed.
Tiki torches are more commonly seen at luaus and pool parties, but when they turned up Saturday at a white nationalist rally in Virginia, social media ... guffawed. Janet Fullwood The Sacramento Bee file
Tiki torches are more commonly seen at luaus and pool parties, but when they turned up Saturday at a white nationalist rally in Virginia, social media ... guffawed. Janet Fullwood The Sacramento Bee file

Tiki torch-toting white nationalists ignite online mockery

May 14, 2017 01:19 PM

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