Saturday, August 18, 2018

Southern Poverty Law Center listed as a hate group.

Today the Southern Poverty Law Center was listed as a hate group by the prestigious Institute for the Study of Republican Disgruntlement. The listing was based on SPLC's cavalier labeling of various conservative, religious and pro-life groups as "hate groups."  The most recent hateful activity of the SPLC was in the slanderous labeling of Alliance Defending Freedom as a hate group. 

Alliance Defending Freedom is a public interest law firm and advocacy organization defending religious liberty and traditional values and institutions. The respected legal-advocacy organization has won nine cases at the U.S. Supreme Court in the past seven years. They were litigants in defense of the baker in the MasterpieceCakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission case in which a baker was charged with discrimination because he refused to design a cake for a gay wedding.

The SPLC labels any group that disagrees with their liberal agenda as a "hate group."  The SPLC attempts to silence anyone who disagrees with them on a variety of subjects, such as same-sex marriage,  promotion of homosexuality, abortion, or respect for the constitution. The mainstream press, which has become almost indistinguishable from a PR firm for the Democratic Party, assist SPLC in their slander by acting as if a group is really a "hate group" if they are so labeled by SPLC. The mainstream press gives SPLC respect and prestige. The SPLC list violent and racist groups as hate groups and sprinkles in the listing groups that advocate for traditional values or conservative principles thus equating the groups.

In addition to the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), other groups unfairly smeared as "hate groups" by the SPLC include  Liberty Counsel, the Family Research Council (FRC), D. James Kennedy Ministries,  American Family Association, Eagle Forum, The Ruth Institute, The John Birch Society, and The American College of Pediatricians.

"Due to the smear tactic of SPLC of lumping together mainstream Christian advocacy groups with groups such as the Nazi Party and the KKK, I think it appropriate to list SPLC as a hate group," said Rod Williams, Executive Director of the Institute for the Study of Republican Disgruntlement. "Hate can  flow many directions and have many targets. It is pretty obvious that the Southern Poverty Law Center hates conservatives and Christians. In fact," continued Williams, "SPLC may be the most dangerous hate group in America. No one takes seriously a ragtag group of angry skin heads or ignorant racist, but because SPLC is taken serious and treated with legitimacy, that makes them dangerous."

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