ADL warns of Trump’s extremism; Border Patrol union’s endorsement questioned; PayPal pulls out of N.C. over anti-LGBT law; and more.
Times of Israel: Donald Trump is espousing ‘noxious ideas,’ unleashing extremism, says ADL chief.
The New York Times: The Border Patrol union’s odd choice to endorse Trump reflects an embrace of a toxic mindset.
Huffington Post: Emails reveal how white nationalists are rebranding themselves to soften their mass appeals for Trump.
Charlotte Observer: You’d think losing PayPal would be a wakeup call for North Carolina’s anti-LGBT crowd, but not these guys.
NPR: Mississippi governor signs extreme anti-LGBT ‘religious freedom’ bill into law.
The Grio: Harlem man pleads guilty in death of trans woman, says his ‘manhood’ was threatened.
Access ADL: Anti-immigrant activist Michelle Dallacroce, who specialized in hyping Latino crime, calls it quits.
Think Progress: Racist jurors are hidden from the public, but this Supreme Court case could change all that.
WDAM-TV (Laurel, MS): Laurel residents are fired up over finding Ku Klux Klan recruitment fliers in their yards.
Raw Story: Michigan school apologizes for letting student wear KKK costume in class project.
Knoxville News Sentinel (TN): Aryan gang member sentenced to 16 years in prison for string of crimes.
Oregon Public Broadcasting: Finicum shooting investigators release Ryan Bundy’s cellphone video taken during arrest.