Hatewatch Headlines 8/27/18

Conspiracy buffs contend an abandoned cold war missile bunker in North Dakota is linked to the Illuminati; two suspects arrested in 20-year-old transgender murder; Texas road rage suspect hated women, and more.

Politico: The firing of Trump speechwriter Darren Beattie sparks racially charged debate. 

KOHU-TV: Prosecutors say suspect in road rage shooting in Katy, Texas, targeted female drivers for his hatred and violence.

Talking Points Memo: Fox News host Tucker Carlson says he’s shocked his segments on a South African land reform policy are labeled as an appeal to white nationalists.

GQ.com: President Trump poses for photo with prominent QAnon conspiracy theorist Michael Lionel Lebron.

New York Daily News: Twenty years after a transgender woman was strangled with an electrical cord and dumped on a Bronx street, two men have been arrested for murdering her.

Bismarck Tribune: An old cold war missile bunker in North Dakota is drawing attention from conspiracy theorists who say it’s linked to the illuminati, that supposed shadowy group dictating world events.

Huffington Post: A Georgia Department of Corrections employe resigns after an investigation into his alleged membership in the neo-Nazi group Vanguard America.

Associated Press: The University of Arizona has accepted years of funding from a foundation infamous for promoting research linking race and intelligence.

Slate.com: Why the myth of the “gay Nazi” is back in circulation.

Orange County Register: Far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, whose campus visits often draw protests, plans a return visit to UC Irvine in October.

Media Post: An appellate court has halted white nationalist Jared Taylor's lawsuit alleging he was wrongly banned from Twitter.

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