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Left-wing hate group Southern Poverty Law Center to face defamation lawsuit

Have you heard about the Southern Poverty Law Center? This is a group that spreads hatred about conservative Christians, and has even been connected to acts of domestic terrorism committed by left-wing activists. Somehow, they’ve always managed to escape legal consequences for their hateful smears of Christians and conservatives. But now they’ve been sued again.

Here’s the news from the Daily Signal:

The Southern Poverty Law Center routinely brands mainstream conservative and Christian organizations “hate groups,” placing them on a map with chapters of the Ku Klux Klan, but most lawsuits aiming to hold the SPLC accountable for this alleged defamation have failed.

On Friday, however, a federal judge denied the SPLC’s motion to dismiss a defamation lawsuit, allowing the case to proceed.

The SPLC branded the Georgia-based Dustin Inman Society an “anti-immigrant hate group” in February 2018 after the SPLC had previously stated in 2011 that it did not consider the society a “hate group.” The society, named after a 16-year-old Georgia boy killed in a 2000 car crash caused by an illegal immigrant, aims to combat illegal immigration.

The SPLC is apparently in favor of having Americans killed by illegal immigrants, so they brand anyone who disagrees as “a hate group”. But to me, if you aren’t siding with an innocent child against an illegal immigrant who commits crimes, then you are the real hater, and your organization is the real “hate group”.

So let’s find out more about the SPLC. The author of this Daily Signal post has actually written an entire book about them, and here is his summary:

As I explain in my book “Making Hate Pay: The Corruption of the Southern Poverty Law Center,” the SPLC… [brands Christians and conservatives as] “hate groups” in an effort to raise money and demonize its ideological opponents. The SPLC has an endowment of more than $500 million and bank accounts in the Cayman Islands. Amid a racial discrimination and sexual harassment scandal in 2019 that led the SPLC to fire its co-founder, a former employee came forward, calling the “hate” accusations a “highly profitable scam.”

And he even has a summary paragraph of the SPLC’s links to gay activists convicted of domestic terrorism against Christians:

The lawsuit cites the 2012 terrorist attack in which a man targeted the Family Research Council’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., after finding the council on the SPLC’s “hate map.” The man pleaded guilty to committing an act of terrorism and received a 25-year prison sentence. The SPLC condemned the attack, but has kept the Family Research Council on its hate map ever since.

This is not the only time that the SPLC has been involved with hateful violence against innocent people.

Here’s the story from Daily Wire:

An attorney with the far-left nonprofit Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) was arrested Sunday for allegedly committing domestic terrorism to stop a police facility from being built.

The Atlanta police department said Sunday night that Thomas Webb Jurgens was among the 23 people charged after a “group of violent agitators used the cover of a peaceful protest of the proposed Atlanta Public Safety Training Center to conduct a coordinated attack on construction equipment and police officers. They changed into black clothing and entered the construction area and began to throw large rocks, bricks, Molotov cocktails, and fireworks at police officers.”

According to the State Bar of Georgia, Thomas Webb Jurgens is an attorney for the SPLC who was admitted to the bar in 2021.

The Daily Signal article notes that the SPLC has been sued successfully:

“Making Hate Pay” details multiple defamation lawsuits against the SPLC from organizations and individuals branded as “hate groups” or “extremists.” The SPLC paid $3.375 million to settle with Maajid Nawaz, a Muslim reformer it had branded an “anti-Islamic extremist.”

But they clearly haven’t learned their lesson. I hope that the next penalty is 10 times that amount. Maybe then, their hateful donors will learn to support organizations that actually help people, and do good in the world.

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