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Hatewatch Headlines 5/29/2018

‘Spygate’ is Trump-driven conspiracism; Study connects intolerance with authoritarianism; and more.

New York Times: 1,475 missing migrant children.

Vox: Trump made an immigration crackdown a priority, and Sessions made it a reality.

New York Times: With ‘Spygate,’ Trump shows how he uses conspiracy theories to erode the public’s trust.

Right Wing Watch: Gallups theorizes that Trump’s ‘Spygate’ demands are really about Obama birth certificate.

NBC News: New study connects pro-Trump white American intolerance and support for authoritarianism.

Associated Press: Far-right ‘Christian conservative’ attorneys gain influence under Trump.

Rolling Stone: How did a convicted neo-Nazi manage to release propaganda from  prison?

The Outline: The ‘Intellectual Dark Web’ goes to Washington and gets congressional face time.

Motherboard: Leaked documents show Facebook’s post-Charlottesville reckoning with American Nazis.

QZ: Facebook forbids white supremacy, but permits white separatism and nationalism.

Media Matters: JewsNews, a site that peddles fake news, is run by a man who defended KKK after Charlottesville.

The Daily Times (Maryville, TN): White supremacists protests visit by author of book about white supremacy.

CBS News: Pilot, assistant arrested for kidnapping student to deport him back to China.

Guardian: Police had been warned about anti-LGBT rants of man who killed three in Oklahoma restaurant.

Times-Picayune (New Orleans): Cantrell reignites Confederate monument controversy by involving supporters.

Raw Story: White nationalist David Duke says he’ll sue Donald Trump over ‘Build the Wall’ chant unless he delivers.

KMOV-TV (St. Louis, MO): Man arrested after headstones, homes vandalized with swastikas.

Blue Mountain Eagle (John Day, OR): Clemency decision may be imminent for Hammonds, keys to Malheur standoff.

The Hill: Woman attacks Asian-American service member in racist tirade: ‘Go back to f------ China.’

NewNowNext: LGBT soccer fans warned about public displays when they visit Russia for World Cup.

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