"Loitering" local officers and gun-toting Trump supporters were among the isolated incidents that Black Southern voters cited from last November.
Jones made the remarks while filming an interview for the documentary "You Can't Watch This" in January 2019.
Patrick Casey, who was also a key figure in the since-disbanded American Identity Movement, was confirmed to have been banned from the platform for violating community guidelines.
"They don't treat us like immigrants. They treat us like prisoners," one accuser said in a recent report. "I don't know why they force us to go back to a country that is not stable right now. People die every day."
Kelly Loeffler criticized the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper in a series of tweets on Saturday morning, following her interview with OANN's Jack Posobiec.
"Stephen Miller is the architect behind some of the most draconian anti-immigrant policies that we've seen," said Michael Edison Hayden, senior investigative reporter for the SPLC.
The group Warriors for Christ has filed a lawsuit against Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser for commissioning a Black Lives Matter (BLM) mural on 16th Street outside the White House.
"It is deeply troubling and terribly offensive that swastika-adorned headstones that include messages honoring Hitler continue to stand in this nation's veterans administration national cemeteries," one congressperson wrote.
Miller said Breitbart's hit piece on Rubio was "phenomenal and important," and then-presidential candidate Donald Trump tweeted the story.
Leaked emails from Stephen Miller reveal an obsession with white nationalism, the Confederacy and the denigration of minority communities.
A judge ruled Andrew Anglin must pay Tanya Gersh for using his website, The Daily Stormer, to coordinate harassment against her.
Authorities are investigating whether a letter posted claiming responsibility for the arson may have been written by the suspect
Women's March organizers have faced backlash over ties to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
"The Southern Poverty Law Center has really stirred up more hate than any other group that I've known."
A neo-Nazi called President Donald Trump's words "encouraging and refreshing."
White people almost single-handedly elected a homophobic, anti-Muslim accused child molester to the Alabama Senate.
The crowdfunding campaign for the site and its editor, Andrew Anglin, aims to "stop SPLC's perfidious perjurers from destroying the alt-right's biggest website!"
President Trump has "unleashed right-wing hate in this country in a way that is difficult to remember," according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
California is where the largest number of hate incidents have been reported.
The candidate cited statistics from a think tank called far-right extremist.