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Hatewatch Headlines 7/19/2018

Hammond pardons open a door for extremists; Zuckerberg soft-pedals Holocaust denial; Trump ally pushing to change meaning of citizenship; and more.

USA Today: With Hammond pardons, did Donald Trump write a blank check to far-right extremists?

Think Progress: Mark Zuckerberg believes Holocaust deniers are simply misinformed.

AlterNet: Here’s the dark plan a bigoted Trump ally is pushing to change the meaning of citizenship.

Right Wing Watch: Infowars claims Trump assassins will use ‘Internet kill switch’ in cover-up.

Media Matters: Member of violent, men-only fraternal organization Proud Boys goes on Infowars.

Pacific Standard: Muslim Americans have seen a major spike in hate crimes – and in political participation.

BuzzFeed: Alt-right troll to father-killer: The unraveling of Lane Davis, aka ‘Seattle4Truth.’

Raw Story: Trump-loving skinhead group led by GOP official beats up black man at Pennsylvania bar.

Charlotte Observer (NC): Anti-Trump yard sign leads white neighbor to call police on Vietnamese family.

Seattle P-I: White woman hit man in the head with a bucket ‘because she hates black people.’

Huffington Post: Vicious beating of Muslim man in Canada is being investigated as a hate crime.

The Guardian: Two members of banned neo-Nazi group National Action, linked to Jo Cox murder, are jailed.

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