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Hatewatch Headlines 12/19/2018

Trump still thinks he’s winning on immigration; Ten days, four hate crimes; White supremacist groups use IRS loophole to make millions; and more.

New York Times: Trump still thinks he’s winning on immigration, no matter what election, poll results say.

USA Today: 10 days, four hate crimes: The parallel paths of four angry men who terrorized America.

Think Progress: White supremacist groups are using an IRS loophole to make millions.

Media Matters: When Fox News is saturated with white nationalist rhetoric, advertisers are sponsoring fascism.

Variety: NAACP calls for one-day boycott of Facebook, civil rights groups demand board changes.

Miami Herald (FL): Sheryl Sandberg, back in Miami, says Facebook overlooked potential for abuse.

Right Wing Watch: Josh Bernstein wants Obama, Clintons arrested and forced to build Trump’s border wall.

Motherboard: Tik Tok, a children’s lip-syncing app, has a serious neo-Nazi problem.

Huffington Post: Meet Rob Monster, the Bible-quoting tech CEO who’s proud of keeping neo-Nazis online.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution (GA): Southerners becoming less supportive of Confederate flag, new poll finds.

Courthouse News: Texas refuses to erase crime of ‘homosexual conduct’ from its legal code.

Everett Herald (WA): Hate crime suspect claims black DJ called him a name, and the group retaliated.

Missoulian (MT): Andrew Anglin, owner of neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website, seeks trial day in lawsuit by Montana woman.

Detroit Free Press (MI): Critics want Huntington Woods library to end its Drag Queen Story Time.

WLWT-TV (Cincinnati, OH): Man convicted of hate crime in ‘religiously motivated’ attack on Jews.

Atlanta Black Star: After briefly evading the law, two Louisiana men arrested on hate crime charges for attack on woman in Walmart.

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