Almost four decades after officials dismantled the Order, a violent far-right group, experts see echoes in the far right of today.Though the motivations are related, there is plenty that separates groups active now from those that operated in the past. Far-right organizations once needed to engage with possible recruits in person; now much of that radicalization occurs online. They can connect, scheme and even act through the internet. It was also unthinkable that any high-profile politician would voice opinions that such groups considered encouragement. Now those words have come from a former president. Former agents viewed the Capitol riot and last year’s protests over social justice issues as possible seeds for radicalization."