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Hatewatch Headlines 12/10/2018

White nationalists love Tucker Carlson’s show; VA Secretary praised the Confederacy; Hidden global network supports Tommy Robinson; and more.

Reveal News: What white nationalists think about Tucker Carlson – and how he responds to questions about it.

Media Matters: A white supremacist YouTuber praised Fox’s Carlson for mentioning ‘white genocide.’

CNN: VA Secretary praised Confederate president as a ‘martyr to the “Lost Cause”’ in 1995 speech.

Guardian: Revealed: The hidden global network behind Tommy Robinson.

Washington Post: Ammon Bundy spoke kindly about migrant caravan, and the backlash has him rethinking his supporters.

BuzzFeed: Many alt-righters abandoned one of their own as he faced the music for ‘Unite the Right’ murder.

Right Wing Watch: James Allsup blames daycare child abuse on ‘anti-white propaganda.’

Huffington Post: A prominent white supremacist is an EMT in Virginia. Now the state is investigating him.

Crooks and Liars: Neo-Nazi Christopher Cantwell dries his tears, drops threats after Fields convicted of murder.

Hill Reporter: Anonymous white supremacist group ‘Hundred Handers’ recruiting across social media platforms.

Motherboard: Someone defaced Linux.org website with ‘Goatse’ and tirade against diversity.

Maine Public: What the ebbs and flows of the KKK can tell us about white supremacy today.

Inlander: No, Spokane’s Observatory bar didn’t attack Jewish people or train rats to poop in toilets.

Talking Points Memo: Undocumented workers at Trump golf club were ridiculed by staff as ‘donkeys’ and ‘dogs.’

Jewish News of Northern California: BART clamps down on ‘objectionable’ advertising from Holocaust deniers.

The Republic (Columbus, IN): Self-confessed Aryan Brotherhood member sentenced to prison.

Irish Sun: Neo-Nazis from the UK have been gathering on Gab with greater frequency.

Canadian Broadcasting: Alberta ‘yellow vests’ protests lack violence seen in Paris, but anti-immigration anger simmers.

Varsity (UK): Hundreds of academics oppose research fellow’s eugenics work on discredited ‘race sciences.’

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