Hatewatch Headlines 9/29/2017
Infighting derails Charlotte alt-right rally; ADF at the nexus of anti-LGBT industry; Bundy’s request to represent self in court denied; and more.
Talking Points Memo: Planned far-right torch rally in Charlotte, N.C., derailed after infighting.
Newsweek: The alt-right is claiming Tennessee church shooting is a ‘reverse Dylann Roof’ story, but they’re nothing alike.
Media Matters: Hate group Alliance Defending Freedom is at the center of an anti-LGBT industry.
New York Times: An interview with the young Swedish reporter who went undercover with the alt-right.
Right Wing Watch: Inside the White House: ‘If we can get even one more like Neil Gorsuch, we’re talking about overturning Roe v. Wade.’
Review-Journal (Las Vegas, NV): Judge rejects Cliven Bundy’s request to represent himself at his federal trial.
The Intercept: A Facebook flame war may have just led to a major breakthrough on Confederate monuments in Georgia.
Oregonian: Oregon’s Secretary of State calls gays ‘immoral,’ and critics question his ability to perform his job.
Raw Story: ‘Get out!’ Lt. General rains hell on Air Force Academy after racist messages were left on black cadets’ rooms.
Associated Press: Tampa neo-Nazi group founder pleads guilty to explosives charges.
Salon: Why is this brutal murder of a trans teen not being handled as a hate crime?
Chicago Maroon: Neo-Nazis flliering case ends with misdemeanor charges; police had sought hate crime charge.
Journal Times (Racine, WI): Restaurant owner faces backlash after posting ‘Execute them’ rant about protesting NFL players.
Colorado Independent: Meet Redneck Revolt, the leftist militia where ‘you can do guns and you don’t have to be racist.’
ProPublica: How the bankruptcy system is failing black Americans.