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SPLC: Selling hate – wnd.com

Who will warn Americans about hate groups? The media know: the Southern Poverty Law Center.

SPLC, based in Alabama, calls itself the premier group monitoring hate. Give us money, they say, and they will fight the hate that thrives in our country.

I once believed in the centers mission. Well-meaning people still do. Apple just gave them a million dollars. So did actor George Clooney.

They shouldnt.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali grew up in Somalia, where she suffered female genital mutilation. So now she speaks out against radical Islam. For that, SPLC put her on its list of dangerous extremists.

Maajid Nawaz was once an Islamic extremist. Then he started criticizing the radicals. SPLC labels him an anti-Muslim extremist, too.

While launching hateful smears like these, SPLC invites you to donate to them to join the fight against hatred and bigotry.

SPLC once fought useful fights. They took on the Ku Klux Klan. But now they go after people on the right with whom they disagree.

They call the Family Research Council a hate group because it says gay men are more likely to sexually abuse children.

Thats their belief. There is some evidence that supports it. Do they belong on a hate map, like the Ku Klux Klan, because they believe that evidence and worry about it?

I often disagree with the council, but calling them a hate group is unfair. In my YouTube video this week, the groups vice president, Jerry Boykin, tells me, I dont hate gay people. And I know gay people, and I have worked with gay people.

But once youre labeled a hate group, you are a target.

One man went to the Family Research Council headquarters to kill people, shooting a security guard in the arm before he was stopped.

The shooter told investigators that he attacked the FRC because he found them on SPLCs hate list.

Calling the council a hate group made its employees the target of real hate.

SPLC also smears the Ruth Institute, a Christian group that believes gays should not have an equal right to adopt children. The institutes president, Jennifer Roback Morse, says theyre not haters.

I like gay people. I have no problem with gay people. Thats not the issue. The issue is, what are we doing with kids and the definition of who counts as a parent.

The institute doesnt argue that gays should never adopt. There could be cases where the best person for a particular child would be their Uncle Harry and his boyfriend, Morse told me. But the institute wants preference given to a married mother and father.

For that, SPLC put the Ruth Institute on its hate map. That led the institutes credit card processor to stop working with them. In a letter to the institute, the processor company said that it had learned that the Ruth Institute promotes hate, violence, harassment and/or abuse.

We went and checked our website, Morse told me, and we were already down.

I suspect SPLC labels lots of groups haters because crying hate brings in money.

Years ago, Harpers Magazine reported that SPLC was the wealthiest civil rights group in America, one that now spend most of its time and money on a fundraising campaign. People in Montgomery, Alabama, where SPLC is based, call its elegant new headquarters the Poverty Palace.

Morris Dees salary is more than my entire annual budget, says Morse. Whatever theyre doing, it pays.

Dees, SPLCs co-founder, promised to stop fundraising once his endowment hit $55 million. But when he reached $55 million, he upped the bar to $100 million, saying that would allow them to cease costly fundraising.

But again, when they reached $100 million, they didnt stop. Now they have $320 million a large chunk of which is kept in offshore accounts. Really. Its on their tax forms.

In return for those donations to SPLC, the world gets a group that now lists people like Ben Carson and Fox commentators Laura Ingraham, Judge Andrew Napolitano and Jeanine Pirro as extremists but doesnt list the leftist militant hate groups known as antifa.

SPLC is now a hate group itself. Its a money-grabbing slander machine.

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A newly formed nonpartisan legal nonprofit that arose out of concern emanating from the Trump administration with numerous connections to liberal outfits and public figures has launched a full-scale public relations effort in Washington, D.C., promoting its services of offering help to whistleblowers who come forward with information on government wrongdoing.

Antifa demonstrators in Portland, Ore., threw smoke bombs, rocks, and other objects at police while they protested an event held by the group Patriot Prayer on Sunday.

An institute that works to end family breakdown lost its payment processing company after the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), an Alabama-based liberal 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, had labeled the organization as a hate group.

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a liberal, Alabama-based legal advocacy nonprofit and civil rights watchdog, recently refused to designate the radical leftist movement known as antifa as a hate group, despite acknowledging that its members use violence and oppose free speech.

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a liberal, Alabama-based 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization that has gained prominence on the left for its hate group designations, pushes millions of dollars to offshore entities as part of its business dealings, records show.

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The SPLC is Tracking Tweets About Christmas as ‘Hate’

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I must confess Ive often scoffed at the idea that there was a War on Christmas, much less that anyone attempting to wage such a war had any hope of victory against the biggest holiday celebrated in America (and much of the world).

But then here comes the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), with their new project: a hate tracker that is monitoring Twitter trends of extremists, including topics like Christmas.

The SPLC Hate Tracker launched a few months ago with a website (hatetracker.io) and a Twitter account (@splchatetracker). According to the website, the projects purpose is to detect trends in a community of far-right Twitter usersa range of extremists from the conspiratorial fringes of mainstream conservatism to outright white supremacists.

Screenshot from hatetracker.io, dated December 26, 2017.

Very little of this information is on the @splchatetracker Twitter account, which simply posts the latest top trend and also trending topics from their data. While some of the topics are associated with white nationalist groups like #altright, #whitegenocide, and #deportthemall, many topics are ones that no reasonable person would consider hateful, like #armynavygame, a reference to the annual college football matchup between the U.S. Naval Academy and West Point, or general news topics.

In recent days, the list has been dominated by Christmas topics, like #christmaseve, #christmas, #merrychristmas, #religion, and #jesus.

Some tweets combine Christmas topics with more controversial ones.

The account used to post a link to the website in their tweets, including a description of their project as Tracking trending topics among far-right Twitter accounts, but they stopped doing this for some unknown reason in early December.

The claimed sources for these tweets are SPLCs list of hate groups, a list of domestic organizations which they update at the beginning of every year. This list starts with various KKK and neo-Nazi groups but as you scroll down the list, youll find a number of groups that seem to be included for the crime of espousing Christian values or simply being conservative.

Liberty Counsel, a pro-bono law firm dedicated to defending religious liberty, is listed in the same category as the Westboro Baptist Church. Other organizations on the list may be hardliners on immigration policy, like FAIR and ALIPAC, but advocating for stronger border security and severe limits on immigration is not in and of itself hate.

Except, apparently, in the minds of the SPLC.

On the FAQ page, they insist that they are not listing organizations as hate groups merely for being conservative or espousing Biblical principles, and even make a point to highlight that they include some groups viewed as anti-white and leftist like the New Black Panther Party and the Nation of Islam. But still, its the groups on the right that are their main concern:

But, as a general matter, prejudice on the basis of factors such as race is more prevalent on the far right than it is on the far left.

This does not mean that extremism and violence on the far left are not concerns. But groups that engage in anti-fascist violence (antifa), for example, differ from hate groups in that they are not typically organized around bigotry against people based on the characteristics listed above.

It should also be noted that the SPLC Hate Tracker mentions monitoring the trends of only far-right Twitter accounts. Iwas also unable to find any clarification on exactly which Twitter accounts SPLC was monitoring in order to produce this data.

Even if youre willing to be charitable and give the SPLC the benefit of the doubt that their main goal isnt to demonize conservatives, its hard to argue that isnt the practical result of this project. When they fail to be fully transparent about their data sources and the Twitter account posts that they are a hate tracker monitoring topics like Christmas, what is a reasonable person supposed to believe, other than they consider tweeting about Christmas a potentially hateful activity?

The SPLC put their cards on the table when they expressly state they are monitoring far-right Twitter accounts, but not far-left accounts. They also assert that many hate groups operate in the mainstream.

Can organizations operating in the mainstream be hate groups?

Yes. In fact, its even more important to call out groups that demonize others while having a foothold in the mainstream. Its easy to recognize the hater in a white sheet for what he or she is. Its the wolf in sheeps clothing thats harder to identify.

What the SPLC should realize is that this clumsily-executed Hate Tracker project is providing fuel to the fire for those who have used a perceived War on Christmas as a rallying cry, clickbait method, or fundraising appeal.

President Donald Trump campaigned on ending the War on Christmas and has been taking credit for making it OK to say Merry Christmas again, a claim that has caused many in the media to scoff.

This War on Christmas has been a topic of countless commentary panels on Fox News Channel programs and fundraising pleas from conservative groups. In my email inbox today was one such missive, exhorting supporters to celebrate the holiday season and pray while we still can.

If the SPLC is going to insist on tweeting that #christmas is something worth monitoring as potentially hateful and make such a concerted effort to connect hate groups with mainstream conservatism, they should consider reporting their expenses for the SPLC Hate Tracker as an in-kind contribution to Trumps reelection campaign.

[Note about authenticity: I was originally skeptical that @splchatetracker was a real account, but the hatetracker.io website uses the exact same logo and design as the official SPLC website, and contains multiple links to official SPLC content. I called the phone number listed for a media contact on the SPLC website for a comment, but have not received a response. If I do, I will update this article.]

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In 2012, a gunman attempted to gain access to the Washington, DC headquarters of the Family Research Council (FRC) and wounded an employee. The suspect would later tell FBI investigators he had planned to kill as many as possible and smear Chick-fil-A sandwiches on their faces as a political statement. He also claimed he had targeted FRC because the organization was listed by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as a hate group.

SPLC uses the hate group tag to target its political enemies. In short, the term is a rhetorical weapon to be used against those who disagree with SPLCs ideology. In addition to FRC, SPLC has identified Alliance Defending Freedom, American Family Association, Liberty Counsel, organizations opposing illegal immigration, and many other groups as hate groups merely because of their traditional values, conservative principles, or Judeo-Christian beliefs.

Click here to read FRCs background information on SPLCs hate group tag.

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WHO IS SPLC? The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) was founded by Morris Dees in 1971 as an admirable group combatting racial prejudice, but over the years it has shifted focus, and now applies the hate label to groups with politics that are different from their deep-pocketed liberal donors.

This super-wealthy public-interest law firm headquartered in Montgomery, Ala., which is the wellspring and dominant think tank for outrageously defamatory leftwing attacks on individuals and organizations that embrace a different political point of view.

SPLC’s website and “Hate Map” triggered the FRC terrorist shooter. [1]Pushes millions of dollars to offshore entities.[2]Expanding legal services for immigrants facing deportation. [3]Listing all organizations they disagree with on their “hate list”. [4]Raises millions of dollars by misleading on manufactured hate. [5]

* Sources: [1] Washington Examiner [2] Washington Free Beacon [3] Politico [4] Washington Times [5] Breitbart News

The SPLC supports CAIR, which has been designated as a terrorist organization. [1]The shooter who critically wounded Rep. Steve Scalise was a self avowed SPLC supporter. [2]U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson was on SPLCs extremist list.[3]The SPLC raked in $50+ million in contributions and $328 million in net assets in 2015 alone. [4]In 1986, SPLC’s entire legal staff resigned when they shifted from traditional civil rights issues. [5]

“Sometimes the press will describe us as monitoring hate groups, I want to say plainly that our aim in life is to destroy these groups, completely destroy them,” Potok declared at an event in Michigan in 2007.

In yet another 2008 speech, Potok explained the SPLC criteria for a “hate group.” The spokesman said, “Our criteria for a ‘hate group,’ first of all, have nothing to do with criminality, or violence, or any kind of guess we’re making about ‘this group could be dangerous.’ It’s strictly ideological” (emphasis added).

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They have become more of a partisan progressive hit operation than a civil rights watchdog.

We dont want to see any more bloodshed because of the SPLCs irresponsible spreading of hate and fear.

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SPLC: Selling hate – wnd.com

Who will warn Americans about hate groups? The media know: the Southern Poverty Law Center. SPLC, based in Alabama, calls itself the premier group monitoring hate. Give us money, they say, and they will fight the hate that thrives in our country. I once believed in the centers mission. Well-meaning people still do. Apple just gave them a million dollars. So did actor George Clooney. They shouldnt. Ayaan Hirsi Ali grew up in Somalia, where she suffered female genital mutilation. So now she speaks out against radical Islam. For that, SPLC put her on its list of dangerous extremists. Maajid Nawaz was once an Islamic extremist. Then he started criticizing the radicals. SPLC labels him an anti-Muslim extremist, too. While launching hateful smears like these, SPLC invites you to donate to them to join the fight against hatred and bigotry. SPLC once fought useful fights. They took on the Ku Klux Klan. But now they go after people on the right with whom they disagree. They call the Family Research Council a hate group because it says gay men are more likely to sexually abuse children. Thats their belief. There is some evidence that supports it. Do they belong on a hate map, like the Ku Klux Klan, because they believe that evidence and worry about it? I often disagree with the council, but calling them a hate group is unfair. In my YouTube video this week, the groups vice president, Jerry Boykin, tells me, I dont hate gay people. And I know gay people, and I have worked with gay people. But once youre labeled a hate group, you are a target. One man went to the Family Research Council headquarters to kill people, shooting a security guard in the arm before he was stopped. The shooter told investigators that he attacked the FRC because he found them on SPLCs hate list. Calling the council a hate group made its employees the target of real hate. SPLC also smears the Ruth Institute, a Christian group that believes gays should not have an equal right to adopt children. The institutes president, Jennifer Roback Morse, says theyre not haters. I like gay people. I have no problem with gay people. Thats not the issue. The issue is, what are we doing with kids and the definition of who counts as a parent. The institute doesnt argue that gays should never adopt. There could be cases where the best person for a particular child would be their Uncle Harry and his boyfriend, Morse told me. But the institute wants preference given to a married mother and father. For that, SPLC put the Ruth Institute on its hate map. That led the institutes credit card processor to stop working with them. In a letter to the institute, the processor company said that it had learned that the Ruth Institute promotes hate, violence, harassment and/or abuse. We went and checked our website, Morse told me, and we were already down. I suspect SPLC labels lots of groups haters because crying hate brings in money. Years ago, Harpers Magazine reported that SPLC was the wealthiest civil rights group in America, one that now spend most of its time and money on a fundraising campaign. People in Montgomery, Alabama, where SPLC is based, call its elegant new headquarters the Poverty Palace. Morris Dees salary is more than my entire annual budget, says Morse. Whatever theyre doing, it pays. Dees, SPLCs co-founder, promised to stop fundraising once his endowment hit $55 million. But when he reached $55 million, he upped the bar to $100 million, saying that would allow them to cease costly fundraising. But again, when they reached $100 million, they didnt stop. Now they have $320 million a large chunk of which is kept in offshore accounts. Really. Its on their tax forms. In return for those donations to SPLC, the world gets a group that now lists people like Ben Carson and Fox commentators Laura Ingraham, Judge Andrew Napolitano and Jeanine Pirro as extremists but doesnt list the leftist militant hate groups known as antifa. SPLC is now a hate group itself. Its a money-grabbing slander machine. Watch Stossels interviews:

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SPLC Archives – Washington Free Beacon

A newly formed nonpartisan legal nonprofit that arose out of concern emanating from the Trump administration with numerous connections to liberal outfits and public figures has launched a full-scale public relations effort in Washington, D.C., promoting its services of offering help to whistleblowers who come forward with information on government wrongdoing. Antifa demonstrators in Portland, Ore., threw smoke bombs, rocks, and other objects at police while they protested an event held by the group Patriot Prayer on Sunday. An institute that works to end family breakdown lost its payment processing company after the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), an Alabama-based liberal 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, had labeled the organization as a hate group. The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a liberal, Alabama-based legal advocacy nonprofit and civil rights watchdog, recently refused to designate the radical leftist movement known as antifa as a hate group, despite acknowledging that its members use violence and oppose free speech. The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a liberal, Alabama-based 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization that has gained prominence on the left for its hate group designations, pushes millions of dollars to offshore entities as part of its business dealings, records show.

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The SPLC is Tracking Tweets About Christmas as ‘Hate’

Photo credit: Grumpy Santa by Richard Elzey via Flickr. I must confess Ive often scoffed at the idea that there was a War on Christmas, much less that anyone attempting to wage such a war had any hope of victory against the biggest holiday celebrated in America (and much of the world). But then here comes the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), with their new project: a hate tracker that is monitoring Twitter trends of extremists, including topics like Christmas. The SPLC Hate Tracker launched a few months ago with a website (hatetracker.io) and a Twitter account (@splchatetracker). According to the website, the projects purpose is to detect trends in a community of far-right Twitter usersa range of extremists from the conspiratorial fringes of mainstream conservatism to outright white supremacists. Screenshot from hatetracker.io, dated December 26, 2017. Very little of this information is on the @splchatetracker Twitter account, which simply posts the latest top trend and also trending topics from their data. While some of the topics are associated with white nationalist groups like #altright, #whitegenocide, and #deportthemall, many topics are ones that no reasonable person would consider hateful, like #armynavygame, a reference to the annual college football matchup between the U.S. Naval Academy and West Point, or general news topics. In recent days, the list has been dominated by Christmas topics, like #christmaseve, #christmas, #merrychristmas, #religion, and #jesus. Some tweets combine Christmas topics with more controversial ones. The account used to post a link to the website in their tweets, including a description of their project as Tracking trending topics among far-right Twitter accounts, but they stopped doing this for some unknown reason in early December. The claimed sources for these tweets are SPLCs list of hate groups, a list of domestic organizations which they update at the beginning of every year. This list starts with various KKK and neo-Nazi groups but as you scroll down the list, youll find a number of groups that seem to be included for the crime of espousing Christian values or simply being conservative. Liberty Counsel, a pro-bono law firm dedicated to defending religious liberty, is listed in the same category as the Westboro Baptist Church. Other organizations on the list may be hardliners on immigration policy, like FAIR and ALIPAC, but advocating for stronger border security and severe limits on immigration is not in and of itself hate. Except, apparently, in the minds of the SPLC. On the FAQ page, they insist that they are not listing organizations as hate groups merely for being conservative or espousing Biblical principles, and even make a point to highlight that they include some groups viewed as anti-white and leftist like the New Black Panther Party and the Nation of Islam. But still, its the groups on the right that are their main concern: But, as a general matter, prejudice on the basis of factors such as race is more prevalent on the far right than it is on the far left. This does not mean that extremism and violence on the far left are not concerns. But groups that engage in anti-fascist violence (antifa), for example, differ from hate groups in that they are not typically organized around bigotry against people based on the characteristics listed above. It should also be noted that the SPLC Hate Tracker mentions monitoring the trends of only far-right Twitter accounts. Iwas also unable to find any clarification on exactly which Twitter accounts SPLC was monitoring in order to produce this data. Even if youre willing to be charitable and give the SPLC the benefit of the doubt that their main goal isnt to demonize conservatives, its hard to argue that isnt the practical result of this project. When they fail to be fully transparent about their data sources and the Twitter account posts that they are a hate tracker monitoring topics like Christmas, what is a reasonable person supposed to believe, other than they consider tweeting about Christmas a potentially hateful activity? The SPLC put their cards on the table when they expressly state they are monitoring far-right Twitter accounts, but not far-left accounts. They also assert that many hate groups operate in the mainstream. Can organizations operating in the mainstream be hate groups? Yes. In fact, its even more important to call out groups that demonize others while having a foothold in the mainstream. Its easy to recognize the hater in a white sheet for what he or she is. Its the wolf in sheeps clothing thats harder to identify. What the SPLC should realize is that this clumsily-executed Hate Tracker project is providing fuel to the fire for those who have used a perceived War on Christmas as a rallying cry, clickbait method, or fundraising appeal. President Donald Trump campaigned on ending the War on Christmas and has been taking credit for making it OK to say Merry Christmas again, a claim that has caused many in the media to scoff. This War on Christmas has been a topic of countless commentary panels on Fox News Channel programs and fundraising pleas from conservative groups. In my email inbox today was one such missive, exhorting supporters to celebrate the holiday season and pray while we still can. If the SPLC is going to insist on tweeting that #christmas is something worth monitoring as potentially hateful and make such a concerted effort to connect hate groups with mainstream conservatism, they should consider reporting their expenses for the SPLC Hate Tracker as an in-kind contribution to Trumps reelection campaign. [Note about authenticity: I was originally skeptical that @splchatetracker was a real account, but the hatetracker.io website uses the exact same logo and design as the official SPLC website, and contains multiple links to official SPLC content. I called the phone number listed for a media contact on the SPLC website for a comment, but have not received a response. If I do, I will update this article.] Photo credit: Grumpy Santa by Richard Elzey via Flickr. Follow Sarah Rumpf on Twitter: @rumpfshaker. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter

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Ten Ways to Fight Hate – Duration: 112 seconds. Hate in America has become commonplace. The good news is, all over the country people are fighting hate, standing up to promote tolerance and inclusion. More often than not, when hate flares up, go…

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Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) – 2ndvote

In 2012, a gunman attempted to gain access to the Washington, DC headquarters of the Family Research Council (FRC) and wounded an employee. The suspect would later tell FBI investigators he had planned to kill as many as possible and smear Chick-fil-A sandwiches on their faces as a political statement. He also claimed he had targeted FRC because the organization was listed by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as a hate group. SPLC uses the hate group tag to target its political enemies. In short, the term is a rhetorical weapon to be used against those who disagree with SPLCs ideology. In addition to FRC, SPLC has identified Alliance Defending Freedom, American Family Association, Liberty Counsel, organizations opposing illegal immigration, and many other groups as hate groups merely because of their traditional values, conservative principles, or Judeo-Christian beliefs. Click here to read FRCs background information on SPLCs hate group tag. Below is a list of corporations that support SPLC (click logo or link for citations): Abbott LaboratoriesAppleBank of AmericaCharles SchwabDeutsche BankDisneyFreddie MacJPMorgan ChaseKraft HeinzLiberty MutualLyftMGMNewmans OwnPfizerProgressive InsuranceShellVerizon Help us continue providing resources like this and educating conservative shoppers by becoming a 2ndVote Member today!

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SPLC Lies

WHO IS SPLC? The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) was founded by Morris Dees in 1971 as an admirable group combatting racial prejudice, but over the years it has shifted focus, and now applies the hate label to groups with politics that are different from their deep-pocketed liberal donors. This super-wealthy public-interest law firm headquartered in Montgomery, Ala., which is the wellspring and dominant think tank for outrageously defamatory leftwing attacks on individuals and organizations that embrace a different political point of view. SPLC’s website and “Hate Map” triggered the FRC terrorist shooter. [1]Pushes millions of dollars to offshore entities.[2]Expanding legal services for immigrants facing deportation. [3]Listing all organizations they disagree with on their “hate list”. [4]Raises millions of dollars by misleading on manufactured hate. [5] * Sources: [1] Washington Examiner [2] Washington Free Beacon [3] Politico [4] Washington Times [5] Breitbart News The SPLC supports CAIR, which has been designated as a terrorist organization. [1]The shooter who critically wounded Rep. Steve Scalise was a self avowed SPLC supporter. [2]U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson was on SPLCs extremist list.[3]The SPLC raked in $50+ million in contributions and $328 million in net assets in 2015 alone. [4]In 1986, SPLC’s entire legal staff resigned when they shifted from traditional civil rights issues. [5] “Sometimes the press will describe us as monitoring hate groups, I want to say plainly that our aim in life is to destroy these groups, completely destroy them,” Potok declared at an event in Michigan in 2007. In yet another 2008 speech, Potok explained the SPLC criteria for a “hate group.” The spokesman said, “Our criteria for a ‘hate group,’ first of all, have nothing to do with criminality, or violence, or any kind of guess we’re making about ‘this group could be dangerous.’ It’s strictly ideological” (emphasis added). Capital Research Center: Southern Poverty Law Center: Wellspring of Manufactured Hate Daily KOS: SPLC: $238M assets, Bermuda acct, co-owns foreign $$ firms The Daily Wire: 7 Things You Need To Know About The Southern Poverty Law Center The Progressive: How the Southern Poverty Law Center Got Rich Fighting the Klan Politico: Has a Civil Rights Stalwart Lost Its Way? They have become more of a partisan progressive hit operation than a civil rights watchdog. We dont want to see any more bloodshed because of the SPLCs irresponsible spreading of hate and fear. 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