When I click a story headlined by ABC News "Minority Births Enrage White Hate Groups," I expect to feel at least a little anxiety after reading it.
Instead I get this:
"I think that what we're seeing is that hate groups, particularly white supremacist groups, are talking a lot about the fact that whites will soon be a minority in this country, that their goal at all costs is to preserve the white race in civilization, which spurs them to recruit more, and have more incendiary rhetoric," [Marilyn Mayo, co-director of the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism] said.
"White hate groups" are apparently talking a lot more than usual.
I feel more anxiety about the woman sitting next to me who keeps yelling "HELLO?!" into her cell phone. She's causing problems.