Hatewatch Headlines 12/6/2017

Court’s questions suggest grim day for LGBT rights; Pompeo would deepen Trump’s Islamophobia; How white supremacists raise their money; and more.

Think Progress: LGBT rights just had a horrible day in the Supreme Court.

The Root: Mike Pompeo’s elevation to Secretary of State would only make Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric even worse.

Right Wing Watch: Roy Moore calls his critics ‘unforgivable’ and ‘pure evil.’

ADL.org: Funding hate: How white supremacists raise their money.

Tablet: The anatomy of the modern American radical right, and how many of them are there anyway?

Pacific Standard: How pervasive hate speech boosts intolerance and bigotry.

Salon: Alt-right women are upset that alt-right men are treating them terribly.

The Verge: YouTube promises more moderation to prevent ‘bad actors’ from ‘exploiting our openness.’

New Statesman (UK): Why people are fleeing to virtual Germany in order to escape the online Nazis.

The Guardian (UK): Muslim director recalls filming neo-Nazis at Charlottesville: ‘I thought – I’m not going to make it out.’

Kansas City Star (MO): Missouri man accused of assaulting FBI agents investigating threats at Jewish sites.

Church and State: Far-right Arizona pastor Steven Anderson calls for gays to be executed by Christmas.

Bustle: Colorado Republican lawmaker Judy Reyher creates a stir with racially incendiary Facebook posts, and her apologies.

WTVR-TV (Charlottesville, VA): Christopher Cantwell, white nationalist accused of using tear gas, granted bond.

The Chronicle (Willimantic, CT): University of Connecticut revising speaker policies after disastrous event featuring ‘alt-lite’ speaker.

Tennessean: Shia LeBeouf says neo-Nazis stole his art project in Greenville, Tenn.

South Florida Gay News: Hate group files lawsuit against Tampa Bay over conversion-therapy ban.

CNN: ‘Vanguard America’ posts bigoted fliers on Southern Methodist campus.

New York Daily News: Anti-Semitic crook breaks into Jewish nursing home in the Bronx, threatens to kill elderly man.

Sacramento Bee (CA): White supremacist rejects plea deal for charges arising from attacks at Capitol rally.