Antifa/alt-right equivalencies plague media reports; Infowars website goes dark; Kobach now Kansas GOP’s nominee for governor; and more.
Media Matters: In drawing equivalencies between alt-right and antifascists, media outlets obscure ideologies and impacts.
Right Wing Watch: Infowars website goes dark, and employees are blaming a ‘cyber attack.’
Mother Jones: The country’s most notorious vote suppressor is now the GOP nominee for governor of Kansas.
Salon: Tucker Carlson claims there’s no white nationalism. His show’s obsessive racism suggests otherwise.
Oregonian: Jeremy Christian, accused of stabbing men on MAX train, now accused of assaulting black inmate.
Washington Post: White supremacist rally cost D.C. $2.6 million for enforcement, policing costs.
Vox: The organizer of the ‘Unite the Right’ rallies just got humiliated by his own father.
Huffington Post: White nationalist Paul Nehlen loses GOP primary for Paul Ryan’s Wisconsin seat.
Think Progress: Neo-Confederates officially begin their latest Russian outreach program.
North Jersey Record (NJ): Democratic lawmakers want ICE spokesman with extremist ties dismissed.
Journal Star (Lincoln, NE): Gun shop employee’s white-supremacist ties prompt firearms group to relocate meeting.
Huffington Post: Instagram let a violent white supremacist promote their clothing brand.
Raw Story: Topher Grace gets a stunning hate call after portraying David Duke in Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKkKlansman’.
PennLive: Those KKK fliers in a York County theater parking lot are a call to confront hate in the community.
Into More: Why is the New York Post defending anti-LGBT hate groups?
AlterNet: Black first-grader excluded from private Christian school in Florida because of his dreadlocks.
National Post (Canada): Neo-Nazi extremists need help leaving the movement. I know because I was one of them.
New Statesman (UK): How architecture-themed Twitter accounts became a magnet for white nationalism.