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Hatewatch Headlines 9/9/2016

How Tony Perkins came to embrace Trump; ‘Pokemon Go Nazi Challenge’ is a thing; AirBnB takes steps against discrimination; and more.

Media Matters: How anti-LGBT hate-group leader Tony Perkins came to embrace Donald Trump.

Salon: How white racism and a complicit media are keeping Trump afloat in the polls – and why it won’t work.

New York Times: What would Trump’s paranoid followers do if Clinton only wins narrowly in November?

Vocativ: Alt-right recruiting kids with ‘Pokemon Go Nazi Challenge’ aimed at 10-year-olds.

Washington Post: Man accused of mowing down black teen in Oregon with Jeep has deep ties to vicious white-supremacist gang.

Access ADL: Oregon neo-Nazi takes his rabid anti-Semitic message to the Northwest’s freeways.

New York Daily News: Marine Corps recommends charges in Muslim recruit’s suicide after widespread hazing and abuse.

ENCA.com: Extremist anti-LGBT pastor Steven Anderson claims South Africa can’t ban him from entering the country.

Think Progress: AirBnB debuts robust anti-discrimination policy, but sidesteps pervasive stereotypes.

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