MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle on Tuesday said the way white nationalists are able to recruit supporters "sounds like the same description we hear when we talk about ISIS." Director of the Anti-Defamation League Jonathan Greenblatt said the car-ramming at the Charlotteville protest that left one dead and many injured is the same technique Islamic extremists use. From Velshi's interview with ADL's Jonathan Greenblatt: ALI VELSHI, MSNBC HOST: So to Stephanie [Ruhle]'s point, they are actively recruiting. I guess it's important for us and our viewers to understand what their success looks like in actively recruiting so people know what we're up against here. Who are these recruits? Who do they get? JONATHAN GREENBLATT, ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE: Look, extremism is a problem in any form. Islamic extremists, left-wing extremists. But right-wing extremists, like other fringe groups, they try to exploit disaffected young people at an early stage in their lives in class techniques like — STEPHANIE RUHLE, MSNBC HOST: That sounds like the same description you hear when we talk about ISIS recruiters. Looking for young, male disenfranchised people. VELSHI: Like gang recruiters or the Germans with skin heads. It sounds like the group. GREENBLATT: It's very similar. It's no accident that the car-ramming took place. This young man James Fields who murdered the innocent Heather Heyer, they were using the same technique of car-ramming that has terrorized Tel Aviv, terrorized France, Germany. It's domestic terror. If it quacks like a duck and it walks like a duck, guess what, it's a duck.