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Hatewatch Headlines 1/27/2017

Jones says Infowars has White House credentials; Muslim ban bad for national security; Kobach’s laws don’t work out well; and more.

Salon: Alex Jones claims that his Infowars operation has been offered White House credentials.

Media Matters: White nationalists and nativists want Americans to foot the bill for keeping America white.

Think Progress: Trump’s ‘Muslim ban’ isn’t just racist, it’s bad for our national security.

Right Wing Watch: Trump gets to work putting the agendas of extreme anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant groups into action.

Metro Weekly (Washington, DC): Scott Lively thinks Trump should pursue “separation of LGBT and state.’

Center for American Progress: Betsy DeVos comes from a family with long history of promoting extremism.

Chicago Tribune: Student guilty of black church arsons now recruiting for pro-white party on Wisconsin campus.

Stanford Daily (Palo Alto, CA): Campus printers targeted in cyberattack that produces anti-Semitic flyers.

The Guardian (UK): Feminist author Roxane Gay pulls book from Simon & Schuster over Milo Yiannopoulos deal.

Miami Herald (FL): House Democrats walk out over presentation on refugees by extremist CIS’s Mark Krikorian.

Woodland Daily Democrat (CA): Woodland business operated by Sikh man victim of hate-crime vandalization.

Northbrook Star (IL): Police investigate graffiti with swastikas, Trump’s name in Northbrook library.

Washington Post: In these six American towns, Kris Kobach’s laws targeting ‘illegals’ didn’t go as planned.

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