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Hatewatch Headlines 11/7/2018

Time to declare war on domestic terrorism; CBP accused of voter intimidation; Oregon voters stand behind immigrant sanctuary law; and more.

Washington Post: We’ve declared war on foreign terrorism. Why not do the same for domestic threats?

The Hill: ACLU calls on Justice Department to investigate Border Patrol for voter intimidation.

Oregonian: Voters broadly reject attempt to overturn Oregon’s pioneering immigrant sanctuary law.

MSN News: Texas election official resigns after video shows her screaming at black voter.

Triad City Beat (Winston-Salem, NC): Greensboro polling site allegedly singled out black voters for ID.

Kansas City Star: Democrat Laura Kelly defeats Kris Kobach to become Kansas’ next governor.

Raw Story: Virginia’s Trump-loving pro-Confederate Senate candidate goes down in flames.

Think Progress: Florida overturns Jim Crow-era felon disenfranchisement law.

Right Wing Watch: Steve Bannon tells the alt-right he helped build to ‘go fuck themselves.’

Media Matters: NRATV video makes an incredibly racist closing argument for midterms.

AlterNet: GOP candidates face outcry for depicting Jewish opponents clutching fistfuls of cash.

Forward: Massachusetts man faces hate crimes charges for assaulting elderly Jewish woman.

Ricochet: Meet the Canadian soldiers behind a white-supremacist military surplus store.

Vice: Six far-right extremists arrested over plot to assassinate French president Emmanuel Macron.

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