News May 29, 2019 2:18 PM EST

No, there’s no rise in hate; there’s a rise in panic

For some easily triggered individuals, a MAGA hat or a simple OK hand gesture is proof of white supremacy. In a climate like this, where any harmless gesture can be hate, it’s very easy to manipulate data in order to make people be fearful of each other.

No, there’s no rise in hate; there’s a rise in panic
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