According to the alt-right, "hatefacts" are "politically incorrect but true statements." In essence, the term is used so that the alt-right can claim that those who deny their hateful claims are denying facts. Such "facts" are supportive of either racialism, anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial, ethno-nationalism, opposition to diversity/multiculturalism/immigration, homophobia, transphobia, or anti-Muslim views. The alt-right use “hatefacts” to present a narrative about the white world being “under attack.”
- Charlottesville exposes new threat for college campuses: extremist clashes Chicago Tribune. August 18, 2017.
- Meet the Alt Lite, the people mainstreaming the alt right's white nationalism Anti-Fascist News. November 3, 2016.