Skip to main content

Hatewatch Headlines 12/3/2018

Black workers recount Tesla factory racism; Facebook report targeted George Soros; Milo’s court documents reveal he is deep in debt; and more.

New York Times: Menial tasks, slurs and swastikas: Many black workers at Tesla say they faced racism.

Washington Post: Pence shares a picture of himself meeting a SWAT officer with a QAnon conspiracy patch.

BuzzFeed: Facebook commissioned report that tied George Soros to an anti-Facebook coalition.

Hope Not Hate: Milo Yiannopoulos’ court documents reveal he’s on the brink of complete financial ruin.

Media Matters: Fox News continues to provide a safe space for extreme anti-LGBT group Alliance Defending Freedom.

Bloomberg News: Diehards stick with ALEC, but corporate exodus swells after Horowitz speech.

The Verge: Death of a provocateur: Laura Loomer’s pathetic Twitter stunt proves that deplatforming works.

Texas Observer: Tarrant County Republicans to host Islamophobic speaker days before vote on Muslim leaders.

Phoenix New Times: Paul Gosar defends anti-Muslim conspiracy theories as ‘open discussion.’

Salt Lake Tribune: They say he yelled ‘I hate Mexicans’ before attacking them with a metal bar. Is it a hate crime?

Vice: Cops seize pipe bombs, rocket launcher and drugs from white-supremacist gangs in Florida.

CNN: Mural celebrating LA black community’s advancement vandalized with swastikas over Black Panthers’ faces.

Right Wing Watch: Stefan Molyneux says believing in ‘universal human rights’ makes Christians vulnerable to migrants.

Comments, suggestions or tips? Send them to and follow us on Twitter @Hatewatch.