Hatewatch Headlines 11/3/2016

Hate groups’ Election Day to-do lists; White nationalists hope to suppress black vote; Militias gird for post-election trouble; and more.


Esquire: Hate groups’ to-do lists for Election Day.

Wall Street Journal: The places most unsettled by demographic change are drawn to Donald Trump.

Media Matters: How the Trump campaign has enabled white nationalist planning to suppress the black vote.

Right Wing Watch: White nationalist forum host says Trump is America’s last chance to avoid a ‘multicultural bloodbath.’

Huffington Post: Even if Trump loses, white nationalists say they’ve won.

Salon: The Right Stuff trolls Politico, promises herds of Alt-Right vote suppressors in ‘ghettos in Philly with 40s and weed.’

The Hill: In Louisiana debate, David Duke declares that Hillary Clinton should get the electric chair.

Think Progress: Debate organizers welcome Duke, but ban mostly black student body at host college.

Reuters: Georgia-based militia girds for trouble as presidential election nears.

New York Times: Another Bundy acquittal would certainly embolden the antigovernment militants.

Kansas City Star: ‘Flatlanders Militia’ says it spurned three men accused of plotting bomb attack on Muslim community.

AOL.com: Poll finds that a startling number of people believe that Hillary Clinton is a demon.

Mississippi News Now: Historic black Greenville church burned, vandalized with ‘Vote Trump’ graffiti.

Local10.com (Palm Beach, FL): Detectives investigate after sign at mosque vandalized with ‘Fuck Islam’ graffiti.

Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA): India-born victim in Kettle Falls knife assault says family was targeted for skin color.


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