Hatewatch Headlines 1/23/2018

DHS was bypassed to produce bogus terror report; ‘Trump Effect’ becomes a major issue; CBP violated court order to enforce first travel ban; and more.

Daily Beast: Trump team bypassed DHS analysts to produce bogus report on terrorism.

Teen Vogue: It’s time we talk about the ‘Trump Effect’ on kids – because it’s becoming a major issue.

Mother Jones: Trump’s ‘voter fraud’ commission is dead, but the controversy around it keeps growing.

Media Matters: DHS senior adviser who has worked on travel ban claimed that ‘true’ Muslims can’t ‘mingle with other faiths.’

Slate: A startling new report shows how Customs and Border Protection violated court orders to enforce Trump’s first travel ban.

AlterNet: Republicans just don’t – or won’t – understand that racism runs deep in American education.

Rewire: Here’s the memo from the Christian hate group sowing panic about marriage equality.

Rolling Stone: How Houston’s religious right launched the anti-LGBT ‘bathroom bill’ movement.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MO): St. Charles man indicted on two terrorism charges in Nebraska Amtrak incident.

Missoulian (MT): Cliven Bundy draws crowds of supporters, detractors at first public appearance.

CNN: Man accused of hate crime, murder goes on trial in neighbor’s killing in Tulsa.

Daily Mail (UK): Accused killer of gay Ivy League student was a white nationalist whose social media posts were filled with hate.

Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, FL): White supremacist in murder-for-hire sting sentenced to 40 years in prison.

St. Louis American (MO): Parkway school board candidate has a history of racially offensive tweets.

Think Progress: ‘If black shoot them’: Former Kentucky police chief’s racist Facebook messages revealed.

Raw Story: Atlanta gay bar faces backlash over owner’s racist Facebook posts calling Obama a ‘nigger.’

Little Village Mag (Iowa City, IA): Man wearing ‘Pepe’ shirt puts up pro-white stickers at mall, then tries to hide.

Huffington Post: The last time neo-Nazis marched in Tennessee, I wound up in a high-speed chase with antifascists.

Star-Tribune (Minneapolis, MN): KKK group from North Carolina tries recruiting members in rural Minnesota.

Kessler falls flat in D.C., but the radical right marches on