When a Latino Tries to Join the 'Alt-Right' Juan Cadavid, aka Johnny Benitez, came to the U.S. with his parents when he was only two. As an adult, he has managed to make his way into "alt-right" circles, but with a few bumps along the road.
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When a Latino Tries to Join the 'Alt-Right'

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When a Latino Tries to Join the 'Alt-Right'

When a Latino Tries to Join the 'Alt-Right'

When a Latino Tries to Join the 'Alt-Right'

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Juan Cadavid, aka Johnny Benitez, came to the U.S. with his parents when he was only two. As an adult, he has managed to make his way into "alt-right" circles, but with a few bumps along the road.