Hatewatch Headlines 12/12/2017

Moore’s wife touts their Jewish lawyer; Alt-right’s alternative internet an unholy mess; ‘Religious freedom’ is a masterpiece of manipulation; and more.

Talking Points Memo: Roy Moore’s wife says they aren’t anti-Semites: ‘One of our attorneys is a Jew.’

The Daily Beast: Shadowy Facebook ads that bolstered Trump are back in action in Alabama.

Right Wing Watch: PAC run by top Moore ally claims that Doug Jones wants to ‘start a race war.’

New York Times: The alt-right created an alternative internet, but it’s an unholy mess.

Newsweek: As alt-right and other white supremacist groups take off, the KKK’s recruitment is stalling out.

TruthOut: Why lawsuits that undermine them are not enough to defeat the racist radical right.

Political Research Associates: Religious freedom and the Christian right’s masterpiece of manipulation.

Kansas City Star (MO): Three men accused of Kansas bombing plot seek to have pro-Trump jurors in their trial.

Vice: How internet crowdfunding bailed white supremacist Chris Cantwell out of jail after Charlottesville.

Media Matters: Breitbart Radio on Sirius XM turns out to be a bigoted and misogynistic cesspool.

Riverfront Times (St. Louis, MO): Second Missouri man accused of making bomb threats to Jewish centers.

The Intercept: New documentary shows how Georgia racists created a racist monument at Stone Mountain.

Detroit Free Press: FBI reported a hate-crime spike in Michigan of 29 percent, fourth highest nationally.

Think Progress: Extremist Sheriff David Clarke calls John Lewis ‘irrelevant,’ cheers Trump’s civil-rights museum speech.

AL.com: Alabama group sues DHS for failing to provide information about immigrant detention center.

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