Hatewatch Headlines 8/21/2018

Protesters tear down ‘Silent Sam’ on UNC campus; ADF’s record of hate speaks for itself; ‘Fox & Friends’ sanitizes antigovernment extremists; and more.

Washington Post: Confederate ‘Silent Sam’ statue on North Carolina campus toppled by protesters.

Think Progress: Is Alliance Defending Freedom really a hate group? Just at look at their work.

Media Matters: ‘Fox and Friends’ sanitizes antigovernment extremists bringing violence to cities.

Bellingcat: Far-right activists have spent the past year trying to win over police.

WUNC-FM (Chapel Hill, NC): Addicted to hate: Studying white supremacist groups and the people who leave them.

America’s Voice: Darren Beattie is not the only white nationalist working inside the White House.

USA Today: Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones destroyed evidence, according to court motion.

Oregonian: Black teen attacked in potential hate crime following dispute at music festival over Confederate flag.

Pacific Standard: Beyond Charlottesville: The North has a long history with racism, too.

Mother Jones: Civil-rights groups target majority-black Georgia county seeking to shutter most polling places.

Arizona Daily Star (Tucson): Arizona Supreme Court upholds conviction, death sentence for white-supremacist killer.

Daily Advertiser (Lafayette, LA): White supremacists are targeting college campuses, and it’s happening in Louisiana.

Raw Story: Pizzagate conspiracy theorist Mike Cernovich wants his fans to pay him $1000 a month so he can ‘retire from public life.’

AlterNet: Clarence Thomas’ wife Ginni posts far-right meme mocking ‘radicalized’ Parkland shooting survivors.

Right Wing Watch: Meet Georgia’s immigrant-bashing, vote-suppressing candidate for governor, Brian Kemp.

The Telegraph (UK): The rise of the woman haters: Inside the dark world of British ‘incels.’