Hatewatch Headlines 1/19/2018

Alt-right escalates war on Silicon Valley; Trump appointee resigns over bigoted remarks; Carlson, guest indulge in open white nationalism; and more.

USA Today: Alt-right escalates its war on Silicon Valley, pledges to expose bias against conservatives.

ThinkAdvisor: As hate groups embrace Bitcoin, advisers are warned to check out their clients.

TruthOut: As the alt-right strays from its roots, will it turn to open fascism?

CNN: Trump appointee Carl Higbie resigns after bigoted radio comments are exposed.

Media Matters: Tucker Carlson guest Mark Steyn defends white supremacists, claims Hispanics represent end of America.

The Conversation: Trump’s lies are white-nationalist gospel.

Right Wing Watch: Trump will speak to March for Life, another gift for the anti-choice movement.

New York Times: Two years after Malheur standoff, fear of the federal government is common in Oregon’s ranchlands.

Huffington Post: Three accused anti-Muslim terrorists wanted their Kansas jury to be pro-Trump, but lost.

Knoxville News-Sentinel (TN): White nationalists plan to stage counterprotest at Knoxville women’s march.

Raw Story: Company loses $800,000 in city contracts after workers came to Milwaukee site with KKK stickers and guns.

MassLive: Anti-LGBT pastor Scott Lively plans to challenge Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker in GOP primary.

New York Post: White supremacist who stabbed random black man with sword mulls plea deal.

Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA): Charge against ‘Unite the Right’ organizer Kessler dropped in light of new evidence.

Tribune-Democrat (Johnstown, PA): White supremacist inmate attacks SCI-Somerset guard with razor.

KentWired (Kent, OH): Tweet indicates Richard Spencer’s tour manager is seeking space for May speech.

Algemeiner: ‘You’re not going to Jew us down?’ Reality-show host creates uproar with antisemitic query.

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