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Hatewatch Headlines 11/15/2018

Nazi brothers tied to synagogue shooter, alt-right; Hate-crimes bill languishes in Congress; Philadelphia braces for hate groups at ‘pro-police’ rally; and more.

Talking Points Memo: Neo-Nazi D.C. brothers linked to synagogue shooter had extensive alt-right connections.

Media Matters: Here’s what you need to know about Jack Posobiec, the pro-Trump figure linked to neo-Nazis.

Think Progress: As hate crimes rise, a bill to address the problem languishes in Congress.

Esquire: The country has a violent white nationalist problem.

Washington Post: Trump refuses to acknowledge the fraught history of nationalism.

Rewire News: Hate-group figures are coming to Philadelphia’s ‘pro-police’ rally.

Motherboard: Meet the data scientist tracking America’s white-supremacist groups.

AlterNet: QAnon’s true believers are devastated as the conspiracy theory goes down in flames – and it won’t end well.

Right Wing Watch: Christian nationalist David Lane is praying for Republican Young Kim to win CA-39.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia officials reject proposed white-supremacist rally at Stone Mountain.

Charlotte Observer (NC): Decades before Pittsburgh, two Charlotte-area synagogues escaped tragedy.

Salon: Inside the ‘soy boy’ conspiracy theories, combining the warped worlds of misogyny and pseudoscience.

MassLive: Muslim student receives threatening letters at Framingham elementary school. (NE): Just days after narrowly winning re-election, Steve King gets called out by Iowa’s governor.

Oregonian: Portland mayor’s plan to restrict protests runs aground in city council vote.

Raw Story: Kansas official known for racist rants tells black citizens he’s ‘part of the master race.’

WNCN-TV (Durham, NC): Cary man admits to passing out neo-Nazi fliers in neighborhood, police say.

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (CA): Westboro Baptist protest in Claremont, is met by counter-protesters.

CTV Montreal News: Montreal police issue warrant for neo-Nazi Gabriel Sohier Chaput on hate-speech charge.

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