White nationalists celebrate Trump on Twitter; a Florida police officer’s fist bump with a white nationalist; BlacKkKlansman movie and Trump’s election, and more.
Washington Post: Prominent white nationalists are celebrating Trump on Twitter more than usual.
People: A Georgia superintendent has been placed on administrative leave after a lawsuit alleges he threatened to kill black people.
Johnson City Press: The neo-Confederate League of the South says it will hold a demonstration Sept. 29 at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Denver Post: A white supremacist group has targeted Front Range communities over the past month, placing stickers and posters in well-known Denver locations.
Vanity Fair: Suddenly, President Trump wants to make South Africa great again.
Palm Beach Post: Florida police officer’s fist bump with white supremacist isn’t the whole story.
Rolling Stone: Spike Lee’s movie BlacKkKlansman brilliantly weaves 1970s threads of supremacist culture with the election of President Trump.
The Atlantic: The most enduring scandal around the White House might not be corruption, but the administration’s constant embrace of bigotry from white-supremacist and far-right groups.
KTAC: Three members of a white supremacist group plead guilty in connection with the death of an Evangeline Parish man.
Media Matters: Far-right trolls unleash harassment on verified Twitter users.
Washington Post: Trump tweets the word ‘Africa’ for first time as president — in defense of whites in South Africa.
New York Times: To understand why white supremacists back the president, examine the books that define their worldview.
Star-Telegram: Some Republicans want to “take our party back” and remove a top Tarrant County Republican official because he’s Muslim.
Media Matters: With Trump’s South Africa tweet, Tucker Carlson has turned a white nationalist narrative into White House policy.
The Atlantic: It’s President Trump’s most explicit appropriation of a white-nationalist trope yet.