Hatewatch Headlines 11/10/2017

Kelly lobbied to have Hondurans deported; Why the alt-right is obsessed with pedophilia; Transgender politicians celebrate victory over hate; and more.

Mother Jones: White House chief of staff lobbied unsuccessfully to deport 57,000 Hondurans.

The Advocate: The homophobic far right now controls the West Wing, and here is its ultimate goal.

Think Progress: Conservative writer defends neo-Nazi website as a good source of facts about Jews.

Newsweek: Why is the alt-right obsessed with pedophilia?

Oregonian: Judge in Nevada trial denies release for Cliven Bundy amid courtroom outburst.

Talking Points Memo: In Minneapolis, transgender politicians celebrate victory as proof ‘hate won’t stand.’

The Hill: Twitter pauses in issuing verifications after Charlottesville organizer gets his blue check mark.

Salon: A paranoid veteran’s disturbing suicide sets off fresh round of conspiracy theories.

BuzzFeed: Infowars has republished more than 1,000 articles from Russia Today without permission.

Media Matters: Meet Tom Tancredo, the white-nationalist apologist and Breitbart writer running for Colorado governor.

AL.com: In Alabama’s prison lawsuit, Republicans find a demon in Southern Poverty Law Center.

Right Wing Watch: Matt Barber says groups like SPLC, PFAW, and ACLU are responsible for Texas shooting.

Temple of the Future: Anti-LGBT hate group Mass Resistance is targeting children in St. Louis.

NBC Bay Area (San Francisco): Islamophobe Robert Spencer’s visit to Stanford campus sparks controversy.

The Excelsior (Brooklyn, NY): College campus reactions to Horowitz’s incendiary posters leave more questions than answers.

Capital Public Radio (Sacramento, CA): Sheriff’s department video reveals image of two people who left posters at synagogue.

Pacific Standard: What to do when you accidentally book a white-supremacist hate band.