Hatewatch Headlines 12/21/2017

How badly is the Bundy case screwed up? Media gear up for voting-rights assault; Faith Goldy recites, embraces the ’14 Words’; and more.

Mother Jones: The government has screwed up the Cliven Bundy case even worse than we realized.

Media Matters: How right-wing media are laying the groundwork for an assault on voting rights in 2018.

Huffington Post: America's most notorious Nazi is on the lam. Won't you come home, Andrew Anglin?

Right Wing Watch: YouTube personality Faith Goldy embraces the white-supremacist ‘14 Words.’

USA Today: Twitter purge taking out some of the more extreme voices of white supremacist hate groups.

TechCrunch: YouTube claims that more artificial intelligence can fix the AI-generated ‘bubbles of hate.’

Columbia Journalism Review: Study finds that educating news consumers about the media can curb the appeal of conspiracy theories.

Huffington Post: Surprise, surprise, the alt-right is taking credit for the backlash against The Last Jedi.

Salon: Before his suicide among child-abuse charges, Dan Johnson was becoming a star among the far right.

Raw Story: ESPN’s Jemele Hill stands firm, says Trump is a ‘white supremacist’ who bullies people of color.

Patch (Michigan): Alt-right Catholic group to host Christmas event outside Ferndale City Hall.

NBC-5 News (Chicago): Ex-journalist gets five-year prison sentence for making threats against Jewish centers.

ProPublica: One family’s fight against the government as it attempts to claim their land in order to build Trump’s border wall.

The Guardian (UK): British MPs press social-media firms over their failures to take down hate speech.

Comments, suggestions or tips? Send them to HWeditor@splcenter.org and follow us on Twitter @Hatewatch.