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Hatewatch Headlines 8/7/2018

Right-wing media defend Alex Jones; White supremacists keep lower profile now; Emmett Till’s memorial sign being repeatedly shot up; and more.

Media Matters: Right-wing media defend Alex Jones after Infowars is banned from several platforms.

BuzzFeed: Is QAnon an elaborate leftist prank targeting right-wing boomers?

New Haven Register (CN): Norwalk native misidentified by Jones reflects on his $1 million lawsuit.

Los Angeles Times: A year after Charlottesville, many white supremacists are keeping a lower profile.

Forbes: Bitcoin donations to white nationalists are rising ahead of this weekend’s rally in D.C.

Huffington Post: Portland police are investigating allegations of injuries at recent Patriot Prayer event.

Washington Post: Memorial sign marking the spot where Emmett Till’s body was found is being repeatedly shot up.

Mother Jones: The spike in immigration prosecutions is causing other crimes to go unpunished.

CNN: There’s a familiar racial pattern to Trump’s attacks on Lebron James and Don Lemon.

Right Wing Watch: Trump campaign claims Democrats are pledging to ‘let MS-13 run wild.’

Seattle Times: Murder case against militiaman who ran over two Seattleites bungled by prosecutors.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Two Spalding County jailers fired for their pro-Nazi comments on Facebook.

Bonner County Daily Bee (ID): Neo-Nazi candidate’s announced plan to visit Sandpoint stirs unease.

Raw Story: Ex-sheriff David Clarke confesses he was ‘duped’ by business partner who was a Muslim Brotherhood operative.

Gothamist (New York): Bus rider punched by man shouting anti-white, anti-gay slogans.

Desert Sun (Palm Springs, CA): Man who fired gun at black family as they arrived at hotel charged with hate crime.

Left Foot Forward: This fascist group attacked a socialist bookshop in London, and it should sound a warning to us all.

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