Yes,society is overlooking the threat from hate groups.Hate groups can be much more dangerous than the general public would like to think.When the hate group gets a target then it's a rare occasion that don't follow up on the threat with some kind of violent action that is a danger to the intended group as well as innocent bystanders.
No, society is not overlooking the threat from hate groups, because we are as careful as we can possibly be. Society has to walk a fine line between allowing free speech, and being vigilant of those who want to hurt Americans. But banning speech in the name of safety is another kind of hate. It is hard to balance the two needs in society.
I do not believe society is overlooking the threat from hate groups. The problem with hate groups is the fact that they rarely cause enough problems until they really cause a huge problem, so they're essentially impossible to oversee without being overbearing on the normal population. I believe it is handled well in society today, but if tensions get worse, it may be hard to control in the future.
Society is not overlooking the threat from hate groups. This is because of the fact that society is obviously well aware of hate groups and the threats in which they pose upon society. Society is pehaps even hyperaware or too aware of hate groups to the point of which they ignore other things.
No, society is not overlooking the threat from hate groups, because hate groups have always existed throughout time. The things they hate tend to change slightly. Society has to walk a fine line in balancing freedom and balancing the society's need for protection. People should be aware of these groups, but we cannot stifle them.