Most of the hate crimes in the United States don't take the fatal form that the shootings in Kansas over the weekend did, and most aren't perpetrated by villains as bloated with rage and blinded by conspiracy theories as the person charged in this case, Frazier Glenn Miller. He's an extreme, not an emblem.
This is someone who went on Howard Stern's radio show four years ago (why did Stern even hand him that megaphone?) and called Adolf Hitler “the greatest man who ever walked the Earth.” When Stern asked Miller whether he had more intense antipathy for Jews or for blacks (why that question?), Miller chose the Jews, definitely the Jews, “a thousand times more,” he said.