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Hatewatch Headlines 10/23/2018

Trump declares, ‘I am a nationalist’; Explosive found outside Soros’ New York home; Oath Keepers arrested after Hurricane Michael in Florida; and more.

The Hill: Trump declares: ‘You know what I am? I am a nationalist.’

New York Times: Trump, populists, and the rise of right-wing globalization: Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

CNBC: Explosive device found near the home of George Soros in an upscale New York suburb.

News Herald (Panama City, FL): Vigilante ‘Oath Keepers’ arrested in Mexico Beach following Hurricane Michael.

Daily Beast: Blue wave or red wall, the real winners of the 2018 election may be far-right candidates.

Salon: Running on hate: At least nine anti-Muslim campaigns are projected to win this November.

Media Matters: Lou Dobbs and Tom Fitton claim ‘radical Islamist terrorists’ are part of migrant caravan in Mexico.

Oregonian: Clark College in Vancouver, Washington, closes as Patriot Prayer holds pro-gun rally on small campus.

NBC News: Three more Proud Boys arrested for their roles in violent New York City melee.

Think Progress: GOP congressman says ex-employee at Proud Boys rally ‘was never a senior aide.’

Huffington Post: This new right-wing site falsely blamed a UNC professor for Heather Heyer’s death.

Digg: Is it still OK to use the OK hand emoji?

New York Review of Books: The menace of right-wing eco-fascism.

Right Wing Watch: Controversial radio ad is latest foray in political bigotry for ‘black Jesse Helms’ Vernon Robinson.

KCUR-FM (Kansas City, MO): Meet the Kansas woman who exposed security flaws in Kris Kobach’s voter-fraud tool.

Raw Story: Community lashes out at ‘disgusting racism’ of man in ‘Tiger Woods’ blackface for Ohio parade.

Observer-Reporter (Washington, PA): Peters man charged with ethnic intimidation after yelling at school bus driver.

Vice: Neo-Nazis want Canadian military training, chat posts reveal.

Guardian: ‘Absolute hell’: Kent residents speak out over surge in hate crimes against immigrants by racist neighbors.

The Intercept: In Jair Bolsonaro’s new Brazil, a far-right billionaire’s media empire is used to investigate journalists.

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