Wiki omits the fact that the Alt Lite, like mainstream conservatism, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Zionist Occupational Government in the US. Who in their right mind would name their political movement "lite", especially in these times? It is apt, however. Like lite beer, they can never get the job done (they're more like "near beer"). Any job. The Jews don't want them to, you see. And they'd rather (all of us) die than admit there is a problem with the Jews. And they stoop and bow and scrape and lick expensive shoe soles, and they sell us out for 30 shekels. They rejected the Unite the Right rally, and have the nerve to call the Real Right feds and agent provocateurs, while they lovingly interview finance people who make their money off the backs of White workers, without producing anything themselves. They are all Israel-firsters. They take Alt Right material and process it into user-friendly advertisements that bring in millions for them personally, while the Alt Right works and puts their earned money into the fight. Almost none of them are White straight Christians with White hetero mates and children. Some are like Sargon of Akkad (Carl Benjamin), bragging that they are not white, and hoping for white genocide. Many are an obvious POS, like Bannon. Many are like Cernovitch, taking credit for "exposing" Epstein while what he was really doing was harming the girl victims by getting court records on Dershowitz' behalf. Their job is to herd White, straight Christians into the kosher killing chute. For my part - Give me extra stout, or give me death, lol. We'll show them a real "Dark Enlightenment". Those meek will inherit all of six feet of the Earth, directly above them.
The alt-lite, also known as the alt-light and the new right, is a loosely-defined right-wing political movement whose members regard themselves as separate from both mainstream conservatism and the far-right, white nationalist perspective characteristic of the alt-right. The concept is primarily associated with the United States, where it emerged in 2017.
According to Oren Segal of the Anti-Defamation League, the alt-lite "operates in the orbit of the alt right", and it sometimes may not be possible to tell the difference between the groupings as there is significant cross-over. Others have described it as an offshoot of the alt-right, in that it claims to reject identity politics—including the white nationalism and racialism of the alt-right—though they share other key features and beliefs.
People associated with the alt-lite have distanced themselves from the ethnic nationalism of the alt-right. As with the alt-right, the alt-lite commonly shows broad support for Donald Trump and non-interventionism, criticism of and/or opposition to political correctness, Islam, feminism, welfare and illegal immigration. The movement is also seen as engaging in conspiracy theories, including the propagation of the Pizzagate conspiracy theory, as well as support for the Gamergate movement. It has been described as a "misogynistic" and "xenophobic" movement by the Anti-Defamation League.
The Anti-Defamation League has published a list of people whom it calls alt-lite, consisting of writer and podcast host Brittany Pettibone, Maryland activist Colton Merwin, 2018 Senate Republican candidate from Virginia Corey Stewart, Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes, English YouTuber and InfoWars co-host Paul Joseph Watson, conspiracy theorist Jack Posobiec, New Zealand activist Kyle Chapman, Kyle Prescott, conservative White House correspondent Lucian Wintrich, Mike Cernovich, and Milo Yiannopoulos.