As part of Vice's new video series, Hysteria, which examines mass social panics in the U.S., here's a 20-minute documentary about the Georgia III% Security Force -- "one of America’s right-wing, pro-Trump, anti-terror militias."
Vice went to Atlanta to join Chris Hill — a.k.a General Holy War / Blood Agent — during one of their monthly gatherings to see how they prepare themselves to "defend the Constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic" and see what they'll do to protect their guns.
The III% Movement is a loose, anti-government militia ostensibly preparing and training in the event that the federal government attempts to take away the rights of American citizens and must be resisted. The group has come under increased scrutiny recently, after members showed up heavily armed to the white supremacist, Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville earlier this year.
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