Hatewatch Headlines 10/31/2016

Talking Points Memo: Why extremists may be emboldened by the Bundy brothers’ acquittal in Oregon.

New York Times: Verdict in Oregon draws surprise and questions about racial equity.

The Guardian (UK): How the Oregon acquittals reflect the appeal of white nationalist agitators.

The New Republic: The rise of white identity politics in the age of Donald Trump.

Politico: Trump rally speaker Wayne Allyn Root fantasizes about the deaths of Clinton and her aide.

Miami New Times (FL): Two black dummies lynched next to a Trump sign for Halloween in Kendall.

CNN: Trump campaign manager says supporter at rally who chanted ‘Jew-S-A’ was ‘deplorable.’

Vox: Alex Jones, America’s most famous conspiracy theorist, explained.

Christian Science Monitor: Why one Oklahoma lawmaker is targeting Muslim groups as ‘terrorists.’

Wichita Eagle (KS): GOP mailers warn voters to watch for new ISIS ‘neighbors’ in Kansas.

PennLive (PA): Harrisburg gets ‘luck of the draw’ as neo-Nazi group will rally at Pennsylvania state capitol on Nov. 5.

Windy City Times (Chicago): South Side school opts not to host haunted house depicting Orlando massacre as ‘moral choice’ after all.

The Herald (Rock Hill, SC): NAACP, others outraged that York College is scheduled to host neo-Confederate convention.

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