Hatewatch Headlines 7/29/2016

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans): Louisiana GOP considers restrictions aimed at limiting David Duke’s reach.

The Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA): State police arrest Baton Rouge man for posting videos threatening Duke, officers.

Business Insider: It looks like Russia hired Internet trolls to pose as pro-Trump Americans online.

Right Wing Watch: Bryan Fischer proclaims that ‘it is not possible for homosexual behavior to be a constitutional or moral or ethical or legal right.’

KPAX-TV (Missoula, MT): Hamilton man gets death threats after social-media rumors suggest his building might house refugees.

Raw Story: Militia goon threatens to shoot Pennsylvania cops who arrested his teen son on heroin charges.

Jackson Free Press (MS): Mississippi’s relentless pursuit of the LGBT community reflected in draconian ‘religious freedom’ law.

NBC Washington: Homeland Security employee pleads not guilty to charges he brought a gun to workplace.

WDRB-TV (Louisville, KY): Indiana woman awakens to find racist threats scrawled on building, car on property.

Media Matters: Watch an immigration expert tear apart Fox Business’s Bartiromo’s right-wing talking points.

Kansas City Star: Kansas mom whose children sang at Malheur standoff loses custody after abuse charges surface.

Seattle Times: Congressional candidate says cops racially profiled him after paper’s editorial claimed he criticized opponent for being white.

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