Local ‘reformed white nationalist' now spreads message of love

Posted at 4:44 PM, Aug 16, 2017

To shed more light on the subject of white supremacy in America following the violence in Charlottesville, a local man who is what he calls a “reformed white nationalist,” joined Live at 4:30 on Wednesday.

After years of immersing himself in hateful ideology, he’s now spreading a message of love and togetherness.

Arno Michaels has written a book on the subject, called “My Life After the Hate.” Watch the video above to watch his full interview.