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Hatewatch Headlines 8/10/2018

Jones brings Facebook’s global demons home; Gab threatened with hosting loss; Ingraham’s nationalist rant targets even legal immigrants; and more.

New York Times: With Alex Jones, Facebook’s worst demons abroad come home to roost.

Media Matters: Seeking revenge for Alex Jones, right-wing trolls unleash harassment on verified Twitter users.

The Verge: Gab threatened with possible loss of hosting after Microsoft demands it remove anti-Semitic posts.

Huffington Post: Laura Ingraham targets even legal immigrants in off-the-rails white-nationalist rant.

Talking Points Memo: Ex-Klan leader David Duke gives Ingraham’s anti-immigrant rant a big thumbs up.

Chicago Tribune: Judge halts a mother-daughter deportation, threatens to hold Jeff Sessions in contempt. Yes, a Trump administration proposal could punish legal immigrants if family members use public assistance.

Vox: We analyzed every QAnon post on Reddit, and figured out who the conspiracy theories’ followers really are.

Think Progress: The absurd reason white supremacists are allowed to march with guns in Charlottesville.

Right Wing Watch: Joey Gibson loses badly in his Senate primary, but it was never really about winning.

Willamette Week (OR): Right-wing marchers from across the country have declared Portland enemy territory to conquer.

Portland Mercury: The First Amendment has become the city’s excuse for inaction against hate groups.

ABC News: AirBnb warns ‘Unite the Right’ participants in D.C. they could have reservations canceled.

Kansas City Star (MO): ‘Hitler was right’: KC-area winner of Missouri House primary leaves a trail of bigotry.

Salon: Solving the problem of angry young white men: What does healthy masculinity look like?

Great Falls Tribune (MT): Survey finds 40 percent of Americans don’t believe Native Americans actually exist.

Clarion Ledger (Jackson, MS): Another burned cross found in Lawrence County along the side of a highway.

The Hill: Arkansas police officer fired after telling black men they ‘don’t belong in my city.’

Washington Post: Bicycle rider may face hate-crime charge after striking driver over head with bike lock, using n-word.

Raw Story: Portland’s renowned Voodoo Doughnuts at the center of the latest far-right conspiracy theory.

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