Hatewatch Headlines 11/29/2017

FCC chair protests Twitter’s ban on Nazis; Buchanan says Moore key to court takeover; Trump insults Native Americans, then goes after their lands; and more.

Think Progress: Trump’s FCC chairman says Twitter banning Nazis is an attack on the conservative movement.

Right Wing Watch: Pat Buchanan says Roy Moore is essential to the right-wing takeover of the federal courts.

Mother Jones: After insulting Native Americans, Trump goes after their sacred lands.

AlterNet: Will the alt-right produce the next Timothy McVeigh?

Raw Story: Neo-Nazi couple profiled by New York Times now raising money on alt-right crowd-funding site after getting fired.

Media Matters: The NYT profile of Sean Hannity somehow missed a ton of his conspiracy theories.

Think Progress: Breitbart writer caught running secret, virulently racist Facebook group.

The New Yorker: The French origins of the white nationalist ‘You will not replace us’ chant.

New York Times: Freed of constraints, ICE officers around Atlanta make no place safe for immigrants.

Reveal News: When ICE strikes, volunteers hope to be there to help immigrants.

The Nation: The Alliance Defending Freedom’s legal army and the ‘Masterpiece Cakeshop’ case.

Chicago Tribune: From prison, white supremacist Matthew Hale endorses Roy Moore’s Senate bid.

KTAB-TV (Abilene, TX): Man behind KKK flyer speaks out, says he’s actively recruiting in Abilene area.

The Tab (Virginia Tech): Graduate teaching assistant says he’s not white supremacist, he just wants a white-majority nation.

BuzzFeed: Gateway Pundit writer arrested for assaulting woman while attempting to give speech, ‘It’s OK to Be White.’

Herald-Sun (Durham, NC): Two counter-protesters arrested at Confederate-monuments rally seek to have DA removed.

East Oregonian (Pendleton, OR): Local white supremacist faces charges after five years on the lam.