How to find out which people hate Donald Trump

The hat man is wearing an old South American hat that belonged to a Confederate general.

A pair of boots, a belt buckle, and a hat with the Confederate flag on it are on display.

And as the white nationalist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, unfolded, his hat made the rounds on social media.

“There are a lot of haters out there, and you know what?

It’s not me, it’s a bunch of hatters,” said Mark Miller, a senior researcher at the Southern Poverty Law Center who has tracked hate groups on social networks.

Miller said it was clear that the hat had the potential to spread to people who were already familiar with the white nationalists.

“I’m not sure the hat is a hate symbol, but it certainly represents that very antithetical ideology,” he said.

Miller said it’s likely that many of the people who had the hat on their person at the time didn’t know who it was associated with or who had been associated with the Confederacy.

“It was the most anti-Semitic thing I’ve ever seen,” Miller said.

“I was really blown away.”

“It’s hard to say how much of this is driven by hate and how much is driven, in some sense, by ideology, but there’s a strong tendency for it to be the latter,” he added.

“This is a very strong trend.

We’ve seen it with the Nazi movement.

We’re seeing it with right-wingers, right-winger, and the KKK.

I think the hat, in many ways, is an echo of that.”

Miller said he thinks that this particular hat has the potential for spreading because it “has this anti-Muslim theme, it has a lot about white nationalism, it shows the connection between people who identify as white nationalists, and they’re all tied together.”

“And that makes the hat so powerful because it makes it very easy to see the white supremacist roots of the movement, the roots of this movement, even as you’re not directly following it,” he explained.

“And then you look at the other side and it’s not as simple as it seems.”

Miller also said that the trend of people wearing this kind of hat to protest has increased over time, and that it’s becoming more common.

“What you see with this hat is that it just kind of became a part of the culture of people, people in general, to wear this kind for a while now,” he noted.

Miller and his colleagues also examined the online conversations about the hat.

They found that the more people are expressing support for the movement by sharing photos of it online, the more likely it is to appear on social news sites.

Miller also pointed out that a lot more people who support the white supremacists are using the hashtag #BoycottDisney.

“That’s the hashtag, #BoycotDisney,” he told Mashable.

“And that hashtag is going to be on the front page of every newspaper, in every newspaper on the planet.”