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Hatewatch Headlines 11/8/2018

Voters punished Republicans for their racism; Trump rips black reporter’s ‘racist’ query; Governors can stop militias from massing on border; and more.

Washington Post: In the end, Republicans paid a dear political price for their racism and xenophobia.

Independent: Trump accuses black reporter of ‘racist question’ after she asks if his rhetoric has emboldened white nationalists.

CNN: Governors can stop militias from massing at the southern border.

Talking Points Memo: White nationalist leader posts pictures taken from White House grounds.

AlterNet: Here’s how five of the most racist, bigoted candidates on the ballot fared Tuesday night.

Think Progress: ICE-friendly sheriffs suffer major losses in midterm elections.

News and Observer (Charlotte, NC): Candidate who said ‘God is racist’ and ‘a white supremacist’ gets thousands of votes.

Oregonian: Militia groups in rural areas help gun-rights measures pass in eight Oregon counties.

Right Wing Watch: Didn’t the conspiracy theorists promise us a red tsunami?

Tennessean: Federal judge cites First Amendment in ruling favoring white nationalists seeking to use facility.

KECI-TV (Missoula, MT): Montana forest still holds mystery of vanished militia organizer.

News-Star (Monroe, LA): Sovereign citizen with ‘monkey blood’ says Sterlington PD had no authority to arrest him.

WTKR-TV (Chesapeake, VA): White nationalist assaults Chesapeake woman by tossing racist business cards at her.

Truthout: White nationalist connections, voter suppression will always define Kris Kobach’s career.

Baffler: The year the clock broke: How the world we live in already happened in 1992.

Guardian: Alt-right infiltrators find soft targets in Australia’s moribund political parties.

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