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Hatewatch Headlines 11/27/2017

NYT’s profile of Nazi backfires with public; Trump pushes conspiracist website; Daily Stormer finds a safe harbor in Hong Kong; and more.

Huffington Post: New York Times defends its inflammatory Nazi-sympathizer profile.

Think Progress: Trump recommends people read insane conspiracist ‘MagaPill’ website.

Mother Jones: Trump’s war on the environment is becoming a civil-rights emergency.

Newsweek: American neo-Nazi website linked to praise of terrorism finds safe space in Hong Kong.

Splinter: Richard Spencer loves his European heritage, but he was just banned from Europe.

Right Wing Watch: At MassResistance event, speaker warns that gay men are ‘preying on young teens’ via gay-straight alliances.

Washington Post: A self-proclaimed Nazi is banned from his Florida college campus, but allowed to remain a student.

The Guardian: Anti-Muslim online surges are being driven by fake social-media bot accounts.

AlterNet: The new Museum of the Bible in D.C. is connected to a radical right-wing religious agenda.

Slowly Boiled Frog: David Lane’s far-right anti-LGBT agenda is being funded by a fracking billionaire.

Houma Today (Terrebone Parish, LA): Trial for sovereign-citizen suspects in deputies’ murder moves out of St. John Parish.

Wisconsin Watch: Far-right Proud Boys organize in Wisconsin, embracing ‘Western values’ and opposing feminism.

Raw Story: Vandals attack five black churches in New Jersey with racist graffiti.

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