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Hatewatch Headlines 10/4/2018

QAnoners love Trump’s text alert test; 4chan hate group numbers have exploded; Roosh V has to shut down his misogynist site; and more.

Daily Beast: QAnon enthusiasts cheer Trump’s text alert test, see it as a step towards martial law.

Rolling Stone: The number of hate groups on 4chan have exploded since the Trump campaign.

Right Wing Watch: White supremacists gripe about arrests of four Charlottesville participants on federal charges.

Motherboard: After PayPal ban, men’s rights activist Roosh V shuts down his website.

New Statesman (UK): Meet the American congressman who’s a champion of European neo-Nazis.

Post and Courier (Charlottesville, SC): ‘Taught to hate myself’: How gay conversion therapy is thriving in South Carolina.

New York Times: FBI arrest man in Utah in investigation into attempted ricin attack.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Ricin charges against Georgia white supremacist are dropped on a technicality.

Norman Transcript (OK): McCall resigns as Oklahoma University associate dean over backlash from book passages.

Washington Post: ‘Castrate their corpses,’ prof says of GOP senators; ‘White genocide!’ Tucker Carlson cries.

Media Matters: California GOP committees distance themselves from ‘Bush staged 9/11’ congressional candidate.

Rapid City Journal (SD): State board of regents to consider ‘free speech’ rules amid push from far-right groups.

Sacramento Bee: ‘Kill Them All’ and ‘#MAGA’: Racist graffiti at Sac City College stirs safety concerns.

Times Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA): Plea deal possible for man facing weapons charges after alleged hate threats.

Daily Messenger (Canandaigua, NY): Jury still out on trial for man accused of stalking and harassing black girls.

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