Hatewatch Headlines 6/16/2017 – Southern Poverty Law Center

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Raw Story: Richard Spencer complains about Baptists disavowal of white supremacists: Jesus never complained about racism.

ABC News: Judge rescinds his decision to release neo-Nazi accused of plotting terrorist acts.

Vice: Extremism experts are beginning to worry about the left and violence.

New York Times: Facebook will begin using artificial intelligence to find extremist posts.

Wisconsin State Journal (Madison): Budget committee proceeds with Gov. Walkers plan to gut states domestic-partners benefits program.

Mother Jones: Betsey DeVos says shes against discrimination, except for all those anti-LGBT groups at her department.

Right Wing Watch: FRCs Tony Perkins warns that Obama is running an anti-Christian shadow government.

Huffington Post: Ted Nugent regrets: Im not going to engage in hateful rhetoric anymore.

Media Matters: Trump ally Michael Savage cites white-nationalist website, warns that college students will be shot.

Deseret News (Salt Lake City): FLDS leader Lyle Jeffs arrested in South Dakota by FBI after months as a fugitive.

Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY): White nationalist Matthew Heimbach pleads not guilty to harassment charge, says he has no regrets.

Valley Advocate (Northampton, MA): Ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio to lead pro-gun God Given Rights rally in Belchertown.

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