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Hatewatch Headlines 11/19/2018

House Democrats are already in extremists’ sights; White nationalism spreads among Orthodox Jews; Neo-Nazi brothers hid in plain sight; and more.

Washington Post: Right-wing extremists are already threatening violence over the Democratic House.

New York Times: Living in a van plastered with hate, bombing suspect was filled with right-wing rage.

The Forward: White nationalism is spreading among Orthodox Jews – even after Pittsburgh.

Huffington Post: D.C.’s neo-Nazi brothers were hiding in plain sight.

Reveal News: It’s weird that the connections between Republicans and the far right keep happening, isn’t it?

ABA Journal: New database tracks the prosecution of right-wing extremists.

Raw Story: Right-wing Proud Boys forced to walk home from Philadelphia rally after taxi drivers refuse them.

Oregonian: Police arrest six in dueling Portland demonstrations involving Patriot Prayer.

The Root: Police arrest 39 domestic terrorists in sting operation aimed at white supremacist gang.

Think Progress: Neo-Confederates have failed for the past 150 years; now they have a new ally.

Daily Beast: Inside the Flat Earth Conference, where the world’s oldest conspiracy theory is hot again.

Baltimore Sun: Lawyers seek to dismiss hate crime charge in Maryland murder case, calling the law unconstitutional.

Hill Reporter: Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith accepted donation from noted white supremacist.

Orlando Sentinel (FL): 15-year-old charged with killing his mother was fascinated with the alt-right, ‘Kekistan.’

NBC News: How a Catholic ‘alt-right’ group plans to purge LGBT members from the church.

Salon: Betsey DeVos moves to demolish Title IX, silence sexual abuse victims in U.S. schools.

Gay City News (NY): Queens man charged in anti-LGBT attacks at Williamsburg tavern.

NBC 26 (Milwaukee, WI): Green Bay man arrested after hazardous material situation is member of Aryan Brotherhood.

KING-5 News (Seattle): Teen attacker in Auburn hate crime sentenced to 13 years in prison.

BuzzFeed: The racist backlash to the migrant caravan is building in WhatsApp groups in Mexico.


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