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The Three-Percenter concept emerged from the ‘John Doe Times’ blog; a web publication run by an anti-government extremist who claimed to be the commander of a militia group in Alabama. Following the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, the concept became wildly popular, and the author of the site was awarded a prize by Oath Keepers.

He went on to speak at several peace officer associations and constitutional sheriffs’ organizations.  The Three-Percenter concept emerged in the middle of the last decade. In the last few months, it has gained more traction in American politics.

Republican officials have recently come under fire for their affiliation with the “militia” movement. Illinois state lawmaker Chris Miller was photographed in his truck while participating in the riots at the U.S. Capitol in January. He has also defended the Three Percenters’ right-to-life principles.

They are Often Drawn to Non-Paramilitary Groups and Online Networks

In addition to traditional militias, Three Percenters are often drawn to non-paramilitary groups and online networks. In 2008, the Three Percenter concept was a major part of the rise of the militia movement, which spawned many fringe organizations.

Since then, the Three-Percenter movement has slowed down, focusing instead on perceived enemies such as immigrants and left-wingers. These movements are gaining in popularity, though.  Throughout the early- to mid-2010s, the Three Percenter movement became very popular and has spread to multiple states.

While some Three Percenters have been accused of terrorist acts, others have claimed that the ideology is merely a fad. They have also been labeled racist and sexist, and this trend is likely to continue to grow in the future. However, the Three-Percenter concept remains an important tool for the movement.

It Gained Popularity in the United States Over the Past Decade

The Three-Percenter concept gained popularity in the United States over the past decade. Recent news stories have highlighted the ties between newly elected Republican representatives and the Three Percenters. Some of these newly elected U.S.

Representatives have been linked to militia groups tied to the Three-Percenter movement. A few Illinois state lawmakers were even caught with ‘III%’ decals on their trucks during the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol. The Three Percenter concept has been popular for some time.

Its ideology stems from the militia movement, which is a right-wing anti-government extremist movement that arose in the early 1990s. The fundamental belief of the militia movement is that the federal government is corrupt and is collaborating with a shadowy globalist conspiracy.

The organization argues that the United States government is tyrannical and has a history of oppressing citizens.

They May Be Indifferent to the Federal Government

Despite the fact that the Three Percenters are often associated with militia groups, they may be indifferent to the federal government. For example, a man who has been accused of kidnapping the governor of Michigan posted a picture of the Three Percenters on his Facebook page.

Unlike a militia, the Three percenter concept is not a centralized movement. Individuals may not belong to a centralized group, but they may support the idea of freedom of speech and oppose the government. The Three Percenters are often associated with conservative movements, such as the Tea Party.

Some Three Percenters also participate in pro-Trump rallies. The idea of a militia is based on the ‘American people are not evil’ slogan. As such, it is a political movement. The idea of a militia is a popular movement among a group of white supremacists. The movement has grown in size and scope in recent years.

It Remains a Subject of Controversy

The concept of a 3% has been popular for decades. The acronym stands for the roman numeral III. The Three Percenters have become a common sight at public protests. Some have even organized protests. The Washington State group, for example, has several thousand members.

By the mid-2010s, the concept had spread to many states and attracted media coverage. Some of the groups were violent and subsequently suppressed the rights of the minority. In recent years, the Three Percenter concept has been the subject of much controversy.

There is no consensus on the definition of a Three Percenter. It is a term used by an organization that tracks extremists and anti-government militias. Several of these organizations are acting as individual Three percenters in their own states. It is worth noting that the concept has also been used to support politicians with a similar ideology.