Hatewatch Headlines 12/14/2017

Alt-right despairs over Moore’s defeat; Feds align with far right in ‘J20’ case; Media consistently portray black families as warped; and more.

Newsweek: Alt-right movement despairs after Roy Moore’s loss, blames it on ‘cuckservatives.’

Pacific Standard: Inside the J20 prosecution: How the feds are criminalizing dissent, and aligning themselves with the far right.

New York Magazine: A look inside the militia plot to truck-bomb the Somali Muslim community in Garden City, Kansas.

Greenville News (SC): President Trump’s anti-Muslim tweets are dangerous for the country’s well-being.

Washington Post: News media offer consistently warped portrayals of black families, study finds.

Herald Tribune (Sarasota, FL): ‘This is a culture war’: When it comes to punishment, racial disparities are pervasive.

Huffington Post: A look at the Daily Stormer’s official style guide and playbook.

Post and Courier (Charleston, SC): Confederate flag group considering legal action after being kicked out of Summerville parade.

Tech Crunch: How hate-speech crowdfunding outfit Hatreon managed to creep back online.

Media Matters: Alex Jones believes Democrats stole the election from Roy Moore by busing in voters and having dead people vote.

Detroit Metro Times (MI): A look back on 12 months that saw Islamophobia reach record levels in Michigan.

Willamette Week (OR): Jon Ritzheimer, convicted Malheur Refuge occupier, plans to run for Congress in Arizona.

Raw Story: Spokane bar manager badly beaten by racist bigots angry over new black bartender.

Wyoming File: Who’s leading the anti-gay-rights movement in Wyoming? Why, Alliance Defending Freedom, naturally.

Right Wing Watch: ‘700 Club’ segment features conspiracy theorist’s promise that Trump and ‘Army of God’ will triumph in 2020.

The College Fix: Conservative campus group defunded after hosting far-right pundit Dennis Prager.

Snopes.com: No, DNA testing companies have not admitted to altering tests to ‘screw with racists’.

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