Hatewatch Headlines 10/31/2018

Trump is making up a border crisis; Far right thrilled with Trump's birthright citizenship plan; Facebook, Instagram ban Gavin McInnes; and more.

The Intercept: How the Trump administration is manufacturing a border crisis.

Talking Points Memo: ‘Assault on our country’: Trump goes all in on nativism to salvage the midterms.

NPR: House Speaker Paul Ryan dismisses Trump plan to void birthright citizenship by executive order.

Media Matters: White supremacists and the far right are thrilled with Trump’s birthright citizenship plan.

The Atlantic: Trump is the glue that binds the far right.

Daily Beast: Facebook and Instagram ban the Proud Boys and founder Gavin McInnes.

Think Progress: After synagogue massacre, Republicans aren’t tamping down their anti-Semitism.

Pacific Standard: How the Pittsburgh massacre fits into America’s long history of antisemitism.

Right Wing Watch: Frank Gaffney attacks refugee at center of Pittsburgh killer’s conspiracy theories.

Talking Points Memo: Jewish refugee agency is a target for the far right, including synagogue gunman.

Religion News Service: Pittsburgh suspect’s hatred of Jews, HIAS part of larger anti-immigrant surge.

Rewire: Here’s why ICE is ‘mass releasing’ immigrant families from detention centers – to stir up discontent.

CNN: The law needs to catch up with the reality of domestic terrorism.

AlterNet: A rising tide of hate: Here are six ways white nationalists are attacking bullying and intimidating Americans in recent weeks.

Christian Science Monitor: ‘Lone wolves’ and the rhetoric that fuels them.

Washington Post: Michael Moore releases footage of mail-bomber suspect Cesar Sayoc at Trump rally.

Mother Jones: White supremacists are out of the shadows and running for office – as Republicans.

CNN: GOP lawmaker Steve King facing criticism in wake of Pittsburgh shooting.

Reveal News: Far-right groups are recruiting students to target teachers

The Advocate: Hate’s new strategy: Call transgender kindergartners sexual predators.

Phoenix New Times: Retrial of neo-Nazi Travis Ricci begins while nation reels from wave of hate.

Union Leader (Manchester, NH): Swastikas spray-painted in city park brings the hate home to Manchester.

The Villager (New York): Alt-right firebrand Yiannopoulos set to speak at NYU.

News.com (Australia): Anti-Islam activist Tommy Robinson joins Proud Boys founder McInnes’s tour Down Under.

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