Hatewatch Headlines 12/4/2018

Apple chief deplatforms white supremacists; Far right continues to spread Soros conspiracies; ‘QAnon’ deputy at Pence event is demoted; and more.

The Verge: Apple’s Tim Cook to white supremacists: ‘You have no place on our platforms.’

Media Matters: The far right continues to spread the conspiracy theory that inspired the Pittsburgh shooter.

Salon: George Soros-backed university in Hungary says it was ‘forced out’ in an ‘arbitrary eviction.’

Talking Points Memo: Sheriff’s deputy who wore QAnon patch at Pence photo op gets demoted.

Washington Post: Ex-Marine admits he lured Seth Rich conspiracy theorist to a parking garage and shot him.

Guardian: Milo Yiannopoulos ‘more than $2 million in debt,’ Australian promoters’ documents show.

IdaVox: Matthew Heimbach kicked out of National Socialist Movement for being a ‘Communist.’

Think Progress: Proud Boys founder finds new home at Glenn Beck’s media company.

AlterNet: Legal experts ridicule conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi’s claim he’s filed a ‘criminal complaint’ against Mueller.

CNN: Confederate statue’s fate on the University of North Carolina campus hangs in the balance.

Right Wing Watch: ‘Jack Corbin’ and the violent underbelly of white nationalism.

Press-Herald (Portland, ME): Brunswick graduate arrested after racist graffiti found at Maryland college.

New York Daily News: Nine-year-old Brooklyn boy socked in the eye in possible antisemitic hate crime.

Guardian: ‘Their ideas had no place here’: How Crete kicked out the fascist Golden Dawn movement.

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