Report: More young men of color joining white supremacist groups

According to the Daily Beast, more young men of color are joining White Supremacist groups because they identify with the military, nationalism, patriotism and conservatism.

It says these alt-right groups target white males between the ages of 15 and 30 with a message of male resentment, which ends up attracting Black, Latino, and Asian men, as well. The leader of a group called "Patriot Prayer" is half-Japanese, and his right-hand man is Samoan. This is a stark reminder that all people are capable of hate -- it's not in genes, it's in indoctrination.

On the Factor to talk about this report is Dr. Kevin Thompson, program manager for African American Studies at the University of Houston.