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Hatewatch Headlines 5/14/2018

Now Infowars leaps off the ‘QAnon’ bandwagon; Where did angry white men come from? Social media feeding the rise of extremism; and more.

Right Wing Watch: Alex Jones and Jerome Corsi now claim that ‘QAnon’ has been ‘completely compromised.’

Salon: Angry young white men, the ‘incel rebellion,’ and an age of worldwide reaction.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MO): How social media is fueling the rise of nationalism and extremism.

USA Today: Thorough review of 3,517 Facebook ads bought by Russians finds they specialized in stirring racial anger.

Think Progress: Alt-right neo-Nazis planning to march on D.C. if their Charlottesville reunion plans are stifled.

Jezebel: How transphobic anti-LGBT groups hijacked a small town’s fight for equality.

BuzzFeed: The Trump administration just rolled back rules that protect transgender prisoners.

Dispatches from the Culture Wars: Scott Lively has ‘spiritual confirmation’ that Trump is now a good Christian.

CNN: Alt-right web domain names registered to company that paid big bucks to Michael Cohen.

Detroit News: ‘Islamophobia’ charge from Democrat rocks debate in Michigan governor’s race.

Think Progress: National Review op-ed urges conservatives to treat transgender people with respect, and the right loses it.

Bloomberg: TSA expresses ‘regret’ after Canadian minister is asked to remove his turban.

Charlotte Observer (NC): North Carolina school district regrets teen’s yearbook photo with gun and Confederate flag shirt.

Washington Post: Account that posted conspiracy theories, anti-Muslim remarks linked to Temple professor.

Raw Story: Genealogist digs up Tomi Lahren’s family tree after she bashes immigrants – and the results are hilarious.

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