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Hatewatch Headlines 8/4/2016

1963 Birmingham church bomber denied parole; Trump is now the Infowars candidate; Idaho tells women to use ‘clinics’ for ultrasounds; and more.

Montgomery Advertiser (AL): Klansman who is last surviving perpetrator of 1963 church bombing is denied parole.

Right Wing Watch: As the InfoWars candidate, Donald Trump has become a gigantic conduit for conspiracist disinformation.

New York Times: Voices from the crowds, collected by reporters, paints a disturbing portrait of Trump rallies.

Media Matters: Alex Jones suggests that crying baby at Trump rally was ‘probably a plant.’

Access ADL: Anti-Muslim extremists launch disgraceful attacks on the family of an American hero.

Think Progress: Idaho tells pregnant women to get ultrasounds at anti-abortion ‘clinics.’

The Daily Times (Farmington, NM): Gay man claims he was brutally beaten by man who shouted anti-LGBT epithets.

Raw Story: Black firefighter’s upstate New York home burns down two days after racist threat to resign ‘or regret it.’

Associated Press: Search reveals that DHS analyst caught with guns at work also had bomb components in his home.

WFAA-TV (Fort Worth, TX): Racist rant delivered to North Texas cable customers, company quickly yanks it and apologizes.

The Times (Houma, LA): Local cops refute KKK flyers, saying they don’t need their help.

Tablet: Oberlin College places Professor Joy Karega on paid leave while her anti-Semitic rantings and writings are investigated.

AlterNet: Islamophobia’s impact on students in our schools is both deep and disturbing.

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