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Hatewatch Headlines 7/5/2017

Oregon Republicans call on militia groups for security work; the threat to public employees on federal lands; the guy behind that Trump vs. CNN fight video; and more.

Huffington Post: Patriots, neo-Confederates and KKK-types show up at Gettysburg for anticlimactic hoorah.

CNN:  The man behind an inflammatory video showing President Trump pummeling a CNN wrestler posted files with racist and anti-Semitic imagery.

Willamette Week: The Republican Party in Multnomah County, Oregon, votes to use far-right, paramilitary militia groups as private security.

Atlantic: Are federal employees who manage public lands under threat from extremists?

Washington Post: Increasingly, state legislatures are attempting to pass laws to restrict civil rights for LGBT people.

CNN: Civil rights and LGBT activists alarmed by the nomination of Eric Dreiband to head the Justice Department's civil rights division.

San Diego Free Press:  Sheriff's deputies refuse to intervene as Alt-right Proud Boys disrupt Trump impeachment rally.

Asbury Park Press:  Reward offered after anti-Semitic banner draped over Holocaust memorial in Lakewood, New Jersey.

CNN:  Lawyers file complaint against Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who is vice chair of Trump’s election integrity commission.

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