Hatewatch Headlines 11/21/2016
Trump fans get out Confederate flags; 5 things to know about Flynn; Alt-right retaliates against Twitter; and more.
New York Times: As Donald Trump rises, so do some hands waving Confederate flags.
Mother Jones: Here’s evidence that Stephen Bannon joined a Facebook group that posts racist rants and Obama death threats.
National Review: Steve Bannon is not a Nazi – but let’s be honest about what he represents.
Talking Points Memo: Five key things to know about Michael Flynn, Donald Trump’s national security adviser.
Think Progress: White nationalists on Trump’s attorney-general pick: ‘It’s like Christmas.’
Media Matters: David Duke thrilled over Trump’s ‘great’ picks of Bannon, Flynn, and Sessions: ‘Bravo!’
Washington Post: How one lucrative ‘fake news’ website stokes the alt-right by playing fast and loose with facts.
Los Angeles Times: White nationalists like Richard Spencer believe their time has arrived.
AlterNet: Key founder of alt-right movement describes the hateful white-nationalist agenda.
The Guardian (UK): Alt-right retaliates against Twitter bans by creating ‘fake black accounts.’
Raw Story: Fox News’ Tucker Carlson calls the NAACP ‘discredited,’ asks, ‘Does that make me a racist?’
Madison Courier (IN): ‘Nordic Order Knights KKK’ distribute recruitment flyer around Madison neighborhood.
Oregonian: Malheur refuge occupier Ryan Payne seeks hearing on request to withdraw his guilty plea.