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Hatewatch Headlines 7/6/2016

Missouri politician sells fake ‘ISIS Hunting Permits’; Conspiracy theorists have a Hillary heyday; White nationalists praise Trump’s tweet; and more.

Think Progress: Missouri Muslims fear for their safety after politician sells fake ‘ISIS Hunting Permits.’

Right Wing Watch: Right-wing activists immediately start spreading conspiracy theories about why Hillary Clinton won’t be indicted.

Media Matters: White nationalist leaders praise Donald Trump for his ‘stunning’ anti-Semitic tweet.

Politico: Trump adviser, in reply to open letter criticizing him for tolerating ‘dog whistles,’ claims candidate isn’t racist or anti-Semitic.

Crooks and Liars: Paul Ryan chastises Trump, says anti-Semitic images have no place in the campaign.

Raw Story: GOP candidate ‘not sorry’ he loves Trump for ‘putting self-righteous faggots in their place.’

Salon: With protesters, white nationalists and armed delegates, what could possibly go wrong at the GOP convention?

Los Angeles Times: Elite Republicans tried to ignore nativists like Arpaio and Sessions, now they’re shaping Trump’s immigration policies.

New York Times: Thanks to Kris Kobach, the right to vote has turned into a tooth-and-claw saga in Kansas.

Montgomery Advertiser (AL): Former Ku Klux Klan leader sentenced to 15 months on gun-possession charges.

LGBTQ Nation: Phil Robertson of ‘Duck Dynasty’ claims that gays are responsible for 160,000 murders in America.

Huffington Post: ‘HelloRacist’ website sets out to expose racism, challenge cultural sensitivity, says anonymous founder.

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