Anti-Muslim groups overlap with extremists; Survivors tell the tale of bias crimes; Kobach’s documents cast doubt on Trump’s claims; and more.
BuzzFeed: Here’s how anti-Muslim groups on Facebook overlap with a range of far-right extremism.
Reveal News: How survivors of bias crimes tell the story of hate in America.
ProPublica: Election commission documents cast doubt on Trump’s claims of voter fraud.
Capital-Journal (Topeka, KS): GOP consultants say Kobach campaign has white nationalists on payroll.
Raw Story: Ex-GOP director confesses ‘the alt-right has taken over the Virginia Republican Party.’
Media Matters: British extremist Tommy Robinson thanks Tucker Carlson, Republicans for their support.
The Independent (UK): Robinson is richer and has more international support after prison, research finds.
New York Times: Amazon says it is removing products featuring Nazi, white-supremacist symbols.
Washington Post: Why we still haven’t banned ‘gay conversion’ therapy in 2018.
Fortune: Transit union refuses to bring white nationalists to D.C. ‘Unite the Right’ rally in their own rail cars.
CBS News: Alex Jones’ attorney presents case against Sandy Hook parents who claim death threats.
Orange County Register (CA): Man accused of murdering student because he was gay charged with a hate crime.
Miami Herald: Nazi enthusiast who tried to torch condo committed hate-crime toward Jews, state says.
Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA): California neo-Nazi Patrick Little makes robocalls to residents of Idaho town.
Think Progress: Fox News host says Trump’s border wall is needed to preserve America’s ‘demographic makeup.’
Mankato Free Press (MN): St. Peter gay couple report receiving threatening letters: ‘I know where you live.’
Tacoma News Tribune (WA): Protesting is fine, but where does Tacoma anti-Nazi group go next?
Crooks and Liars: White man drags a black man who inconveniently had seizure off a train so it wouldn’t be delayed.
The Hill: Defeating homegrown terrorism: An Italian lesson.
New York Magazine: The far right is planning to take over the European Union in the coming year.