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Anyone who thought Donald Trump's election would not invite others to act with hostility towards homosexuals, immigrants, African Americans, Hispanics, and Muslims should take a look at this feed.
Shaun King, a journalist for the New York Daily News has spent the first day since Trump's victory compiling reports of hate and violence.
King tweeted some of the posts, and also retweeted hate attacks reported by others.
A woman awoke to found her car spray painted with "Trump Rules" and "Black Bitch" in South Philly today.… https://t.co/a9rO1cOz6R — Stephanie Farr (@Stephanie Farr)
This baby doll was found in a freshman elevator last night at Canisius. I don't care who you are or what your belie… https://t.co/h3Ns1NNqAq — Jordan Roth (@Jordan Roth)
King claims to have been sent hundreds of emails with testimonials from victims and Americans who have been abused in the first 24 hours since Trump's victory.
The result has drawn comparisons with Brexit, which was also followed by a spike in hate crimes against individuals who had been made into scapegoats.
To see the full extent, visit King's Twitter feed for November 9th 2016.
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