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Hatewatch Headlines 10/24/2018

Is caravan panic a ‘Saints’ reenactment? Far right cheers Trump’s ‘nationalism’; Border Patrol union backs white-nationalist video; and more.

Intelligencer: Is the right’s panic over the refugee caravan a reenactment of its favorite racist novel?

New York Times: Trump and GOP candidates escalate race and fear as election ploys.

Think Progress: This is what Trump’s really talking about when he proclaims that he’s a ‘nationalist.’

Right Wing Watch: When Trump announces he’s a ‘nationalist,’ the radical right erupts in cheers.

The Intercept: Border Patrol union endorses extremist video featuring white nationalists.

Rolling Stone: In leaked audio, Brian Kemp expresses concerns over Georgians exercising their right to vote.

Media Matters: White nationalist writer says he’s a canvasser for Brian Kemp.

Talking Points Memo: NYPD opens criminal probe of far-right Proud Boys after Manhattan brawl.

Washington Post: Some Northerners see a Confederate flag rooted in racism as a symbol of patriotism.

Guardian: ‘This is evil at work’: How one small town reacted to the presence of neo-Nazis is a cautionary tale.

Huffington Post: GOP state lawmakers pal around with white supremacists; party funding group backs them anyway.

BuzzFeed: White nationalist Richard Spencer’s wife alleges physical, emotional abuse in her divorce filing.

Raw Story: Neo-Nazis hit Dem Florida governor candidate with new racist robocall: ‘I is the Negro Andrew Gillum’.

The Forward: Florida’s Ron DeSantis’s head of Jewish outreach attended anti-Pelosi protest with Proud Boys.

AlterNet: Megyn Kelly can’t understand what’s so offensive about blackface: ‘What is racism?’

North Jersey Record (Woodland Park, NJ): White-supremacist bands play at Clifton’s Dingbatz despite cancellation announcement.

Times Herald-Record (Middletown, NY): Man charged in setting gas station afire has ties to a neo-Nazi group.

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