Hatewatch Headlines 9/11/2018

Trump and the spread of the race-war fantasy; Gemma may be forced out of post; What happened to the 99 immigrant kids taken from parents; and more.

Washington Post: President Trump indulges in the fantasy of a race war against white people.

Daily Intelligencer: Florida gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis spoke at conferences organized by racist extremist.

Herald-Tribune (Sarasota, FL): County GOP committee takes steps to remove white nationalist Peter Gemma from post.

ProPublica: Here’s what happened to the 99 immigrant children separated from their parents and sent to Chicago.

New York Times: The Republican approach to combating 'vote fraud': lying unabashedly.

Huffington Post: Amazon removes nine books written by notorious rape apologist ‘Roosh.’

Mother Jones: The militant wing of the anti-abortion movement is back – and it’s never been closer to victory.

Right Wing Watch: Podcast distributors are hosting alt-right podcast network.

Media Matters: Tucker Carlson echoes white nationalists, white supremacists and neo-Nazis on his show.

Oregonian: Jeremy Christian’s lawyers don’t want the jury to see the families of MAX train stabbings victims cry.

OU Daily (Norman, OK): Oklahoma University law professor found connected to antisemitic publication.

Time-Picayune (New Orleans, LA): Community condemns antisemitic graffiti painted on Mandeville synagogue.

Raw Story: Staff, including white workers, quit St. Louis auto shop en masse over owner’s unapologetic use of N-word.

Houma Today (LA): Judge grants class-action status to lawsuit over state’s burdens on public defenders.

Guardian: Australian men’s rights blogger sentenced to community service for defacing memorial to slain comedian.

Think Progress: Far right makes gains in Sweden amid indecisive elections.

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