Jason Kessler —seen here speaking to the media on Aug. 13, 2017 before a crowd booed him and forced him away from the lectern —was verified by Twitter on Tuesday.
Jason Kessler —seen here speaking to the media on Aug. 13, 2017 before a crowd booed him and forced him away from the lectern —was verified by Twitter on Tuesday. Joshua Replogle AP
Jason Kessler —seen here speaking to the media on Aug. 13, 2017 before a crowd booed him and forced him away from the lectern —was verified by Twitter on Tuesday. Joshua Replogle AP

Why did Twitter just verify the white nationalist who planned the Charlottesville rally?

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