Terror plots targeted bar, synagogue; McInnes banned from YouTube now; Miami Proud Boys hoping to take hate mainstream; and more.
New York Daily News: Ohio woman who planned mass murder corresponded with Dylann Roof, FBI claims.
WTAE-TV (Toledo, OH): Man accused of plot to attack Ohio synagogue cited Tree of Life killings as inspiration.
Forbes: Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes banned from YouTube for copyright infringement.
Miami New Times (FL): Hate goes mainstream with the Miami chapter of the Proud Boys.
Media Matters: Major neo-Nazi website sees NRA’s recent hardline messaging as its best hope to kill all Jewish people.
Think Progress: Federal Office of Personnel Management admits it wanted to make anti-trans discrimination easier.
History News Network: When did the Republican Party become appealing to the racist far right?
Right Wing Watch: Trump says he doesn’t know conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi (he does).
The Verge: YouTube star PewDiePie gives a shout-out to a hateful, antisemitic video channel.
Oregonian: As sovereign citizens take the mic at Hillsboro Grange, community leaders sound an alarm.
Daily News-Miner (Fairbanks, AK): Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman gets involved in Schaefer Cox’s militia case.
Into: A transgender woman has been killed, three years after speaking out against anti-trans violence.
WCBS-AM (New York City): Woman’s spine fractured in subway attack by man who made anti-gay slur.
The Pitt News (PA): Alliance Defending Freedom demands University of Pittsburgh rescind security fee for Shapiro event.
Middle East Eye: World-Check ‘terrorism’ database cites dubious Islamophobic sources in its Muslim profiles.
Independent (UK): Far-right groups across Europe ‘using Islamist techniques’ to recruit followers, report says.