Two Years Ago, They Marched in Charlottesville. Where Are They Now? - In the two years since Unite the Right, several white supremacist leaders have made dramatic departures from the movement, while others have stepped into new leadership roles.

Elliot Kline, also known as Eli Mosley, of Pennsylvania, was the first to step down. Kline, a key organizer at Charlottesville, briefly led Identity Evropa (August 27- November 27, 2017) after Unite the Right before teaming up with Richard Spencer to create a new white supremacist organization, Operation Homeland. In February 2018, Kline vanished from the scene after a New York Times documentary revealed he had lied to his followers about being an Iraq war veteran.[i] full report at the link.