Tag: Southern Poverty Law Center

The Left are a big bunch of fakers

Fakers, liars, inventors of false facts, etc. Face it, folks, the Left is never, and has never been invested in truth-telling. Likely because their ideology is based in lies, Daniel Greenfield exposes the latest tale of fakery

“Huge Growth in Anti-Muslim Hate Groups During 2016: SPLC Report,” wails NBC News. “Watchdog: Number of anti-Muslim hate groups tripled since 2015,” FOX News bleats. ABC News vomits up this word salad. “Trump cited in report finding increase in US hate groups for 2nd year in a row.”

The SPLC stands for the Southern Poverty Law Center: an organization with slightly less credibility than Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, and without the academic degree in greasepaint.

And you won’t believe the shameless way the SPLC faked its latest Islamophobia crisis.

The Southern Poverty Law Center’s latest “hate group” sightings claims that the “number of anti-Muslim hate groups increased almost three-fold in 2016.”

Three-fold? Wow, but, again, how?

What could possibly account for that growth? Statistical fakery so fake that a Vegas bookie would weep

The SPLC decided to count 45 chapters of Act for America as separate groups.

How do you get a sudden rise from 34 to 101 hate groups? It helps to suddenly add 45 chapters of one group. Act for America isn’t a hate group. It’s also just as obviously not 45 groups.

And it didn’t come into existence last year.

Act for America was only listed as one group in the 2015 list. It shot up to 45 now.

Go read it all folks. This is what Left has done for years, and we all need to expose this tactic every chance we get frankly.

GOOD NEWS COMRADES, Southern Poverty Law Center still committed to Cultural Stalinism

Via Moonbattery

The totalitarian jihad against all things distinctively Southern, most particularly the flag generally seen as representing the South, has not yet gone far enough to please the cultural Marxist Jacobins of the SPLC:

While many flags and other symbols are being taken down across the country, incredibly, many Southern states still honor Confederate “heroes” with paid holidays, and Confederate flags still fly in many public places and are emblazoned on city and state seals.

In fact, there are still statues, buildings and even a state park honoring [Confederate General] Nathan Bedford Forrest…

Throughout the South, proud symbols of Southern heritage have been vandalized by lowlifes of the Black Lives Matter stripe and their sympathizers.

Since the vandals may lack the smarts to locate symbols of the South to deface, desecrate, and destroy, SPLC steps forward to help:

The SPLC is creating an interactive, online map of sites throughout the United States that honor the Confederacy or its leaders – people such as Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee and Nathan Bedford Forrest.

Attention liberals: Even if you have too much to lose smash a statue, spray-paint a monument, or dig up a grave yourself, you can enable the enablers:

To help us, please use our online form below to send the Confederate names and symbols on public property in your town, and send us a photograph if possible.

By all means feel free to send them photographs. Only nice ones of course.

We’re looking for Confederate statues or monuments; flags; government seals; patches on government uniforms; the names of parks, streets, schools, military bases or counties; school mascots; and other examples.

As part of the “Erasing Hate” campaign, we’re also preparing a community action guide to help local communities reach consensus on removing publicly supported symbols that represent the slave-holding South.

The Left screeches about hatred, divisiveness, and bigotry at every turn, and then set about practicing those very things. What despicable miscreants!

Good news! Nancy Pelosi and Democrats to exploit Trayvon Martin’s death with far Left race pimps

UGH! Geee I wonder how this “open dialogue” on race and justice will go?

House Democrats will hold a hearing next week to weigh in on the controversy swirling around the recent verdict in the George Zimmerman trial.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., announced “A Conversation on Race and Justice” on July 30 on Capitol Hill.

According to a Pelosi aide, the hearing will not focus solely on the trial, which acquitted Zimmerman of murder charges in the shooting death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, but will be a “broader conversation.”

Pelosi will preside over the hearing, which will include Democrats from the party’s Steering and Policy Committee.

The scheduled panelists are Southern Poverty Law Center founder Morris Dees, Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson and civil rights lawyer Maya Wiley, president of the Center for Social Inclusion.

Yep! The usual assortment of race-obsessed Leftists will bash America, Conservatives, gun owners and of course Whitey! Just another gimmick to keep Black Americans bitter and angry and voting Democrat. The sooner Blacks reject this type of nonsense, they better off they will be.

MNSBC: When you want your news completely fabricated

Stacy McCain lays into Crazy legs Matthews and his penchant for being RONGG!

You can call Chris Matthews anything you want — “dimwitted political hack” would be entirely appropriate — but please don’t insult an entire profession by calling Chris Matthews a “journalist.”

Very true. Matthews is a hack, and always has been. McCain explains Crazy Legs’ latest bout with News Speculation Syndrome

On March 30, Kaufman County, Texas, district attorney Mike McLelland and his wife were shot to death at their home. Five days later, Chris Matthews invited Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center onto MSNBC to promote speculation that McLelland’s murder was committed by the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang.

In other words, the important thing about this crime — the thing that made it worth eight minutes of national network air time — was that it gave Chris Matthews a chance to stoke the paranoia of MSNBC viewers with the bogeyman specter of dangerously violent racists who (as all MSNBC viewers know) are the core constituency of the Republican Party.

Of course, as is often the case, Matthews jumped to conclusions. In this case he wanted any excuse to bash Senator Ted Cruz and any other Republican to oppose Dear Leader’s Leftist agenda. And, again, Matthews got it completely WRONG!

Fast-forward 11 days, and Chris Matthews is completely discredited by the latest headlines:

What? It wasn’t scary white supremacists highlighted in an eight-minute MSNBC segment? Nobody that Mark Potok warned us about? Not even a Tea Party member? No, a disgraced lawyer with a personal grudge:

And of course, now that the truth is out, Matthews will not man up and correct his fantasy will he? Hell no! Like many leftists, Matthews makes wild accusations to smear people he disagrees with, and when he is proven wrong? He just moves on to the next smear. That is what is most fascinating about Leftist walk behinders like Obamagasm Boy Matthews. The thought never occurs to them that if they must resort to lying to win an argument, then they are on the wrong side of life. Maybe it would be more fitting to say that Matthews is on the wrong side of reality.

Speaking of being on the wrong side of reality. Look at the screen cap Stacy got of Crazy legs and Potok The guy honestly looks like the guy who gets cut off at noon at your local dive bar, you know the guy, he will buy you a drink the “next time” if you get him one today. He is also the douche nozzle who demands the bartender pour him a “good shot”, when he never ever tips.


LA Times Worried About Those “White Conservative Gun Owners”

Your pathetic op-ed of the day, week, month, year

There are, in increasingly frightening numbers, cells of angry men in the United States preparing for combat with the U.S. government. They are usually heavily armed, blinded by an intractable hatred, often motivated by religious zeal.

They’re not jihadists. They are white, right-wing Americans, nearly all with an obsessive attachment to guns, who may represent a greater danger to the lives of American civilians than international terrorists.

And the source the LA Times gathers this from? The Left-Wing SPLC

The Southern Poverty Law Center, which has been tracking hate groups for 30 years, released its latest report on the growth of these organizations this week. Its findings were, to say the least, alarming. The center divides its subjects into militias, which are mostly groups of weekend warriors who train for combat against imaginary foes; hate groups, which target minorities; and “patriot” groups, whose beef is with the U.S. government. Patriot groups first began surfacing after the massacre of a bizarre sect by federal agents in Waco, Texas, in the early 1990s. They showed their teeth in 1995, when a patriot adherent blew up the federal building in Oklahoma City.

Ah yes,the SPLC, which has as much credibility as MSNBS does. It is a Leftist group that tries to stay relevant by playing the Race Card as often as possible, oh and the Neanderthal Card too of course

What can be done to reverse this tide of belligerent ignorance? Not much. The typical patriot acts within his free-speech and 2nd Amendment rights, and in fact most patriot activity consists of venting steam by meeting with like-minded Neanderthals and firing off blog posts threatening civil war.

The typical patriot acts within his free-speech and 2nd Amendment rights, in other words, these people are LAW-ABIDING, and love their country, yet the LA Times is more worried about them than Jihadists?


Neal Rauhauser’s cowardly tactics on display! UPDATED!

Intimidation is, perhaps the last, desperate act of the intellectually inferior. I turn, once again, to Stacy McCain, blogging about  the deplorable tactics of one Neal Rauhauser

Neal Rauhauser has attacked his enemies with a “lawfare” strategy similar to the methods his client, Brett Kimberlin, used to get blogger Aaron Walker arrested last month. Last year, Rauhauser filed a spurious criminal complaint against an Alabama man whom he accused of “inciting people to find and harm me.”

Rauhauser last year joined forces with Kimberlin’s 501(c) tax-exempt non-profit Velvet Revolution and has evidently been engaged in a relentless Internet-based effort aimed at critics of Kimberlin, a convicted felon notorious as Indiana’s “Speedway Bomber.”

In 2010, Rauhauser was involved in a scandal known as “TwitterGate.”Using a Twitter account called @WingNutWatch, Rauhauser was accused of having “organized a group of E-Thugs meant to harass, threaten, provoke, disparage, intimidate, verbally assault, berate & employ hate-speech against those not in agreement with his brand of politics,” to cite blogger Patrick Read’s September 2010 description.

One of the primary targets of the TwitterGate harassment — by a group of Twitter accounts Rauhauser called his ”beandog militia” — was an Alabama resident named Greg W. Howard. A Marine veteran and financial advisor who is also a political blogger, Howard is a popular Tea Party activist on Twitter, where his account has more than 20,000 followers. As part of an apparently orchestrated campaign of provocation, a series of vicious and obscene messages were directed at Howard in 2010. (Warning: Extremely graphic language.)

Several words come to mind upon reading this garbage. Cowardly is one, thuggish is another, as well as despicable, evil, and maybe most of all threatening. Rauhauser, not being as smart as he thought, was exposed, and, like  a true Leftist, immediately went into “victim mode”, as Stacy points out here

On Aug. 31, 2010, the same day he declared his intent to go after “right wing cells,” Rauhauser created a sock-puppet account he called “WingNutWatch,” which then acted as a sort of Twitter ringleader for the effort he described. It took less than a month, however, for Greg Howard, Patrick Read and @ZapEm to document the malicious actions of Rauhauser and his “beandogs,” resulting in the “WingNutWatch” account being shut down by Twitter.

Rather than acknowledging his responsibility for the episode that soon became known as TwitterGate, Rauhauser claimed to be the victim of a right-wing conspiracy, and began plotting revenge against those who had exposed his activities. In August 2011, shortly after Rauhauser moved to Washington, D.C., and joined forces with Kimberlin’s Velvet Revolution, he sent the following complaint against Greg W. Howard to the Alabama state attorney general’s office:

Dear Sirs,
Over the last eleven months, a man named Greg W. Howard, of Headland, Alabama, has constantly menaced me via the Internet. He has, in a verifiable fashion, done the following:
Published information to the effect that he knows where my ex-wife and children live, encouraging his tens of thousands of followers on Twitter to attack them in some fashion.
Published a list of my consulting customers, incited his followers to interfere with my business, and this has happened in a documented fashion on several occasions.
Appeared on a blogtalk radio show run by domestic extremist Sharon Meroni, in my home state of Illinois, inciting people to find and harm me, to interfere with my business, and so forth.
Published many sorts of libel about me, which are visible on http://scribd.com/nrauhauser, and this includes having incited Robert Stacy McCain, a man characterized by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an extremist and member of League of the South, to repeat his smears.
Incited Joe Ballard, a resident of Catawba, SC, to make a credible threat against me, which was investigated by the FBI hate crimes group in October of 2010.
He is careful that no individual crosses the line from menace to actual threat. I hope that the AG’s office will consider the frequency and duration of his conduct, as well as the fact that he successfully incited one well documented threat, and investigate more fully. There are literally dozens of victims with stories similar to mine.
Neal Rauhauser

This is a sick game only the lowest of the low would play. Again, this proves my warning to anyone who has a blog and intends to cover this type of thing. You can believe, with all your heart that when the left uses the term “by any means necessary”, they mean it! For Rauhauser and his ilk, it would seem that threatening people’s children is not beyond their sick minds. Nor is seeking to use “lawfare” to silence those they disagree with. So, be warned, if you are a Conservative blogger, or even a Liberal blogger be aware of what running afoul of these miscreants means. It means you might become a target of their wrath. Of course, if you, or I or any of us allow ourselves to be bullied into silence, well, then, the bullies will have won. To me, that is simply an unacceptable outcome.

Be sure to go read more of Stacy’s post

Update! Apparently Neal Rauhauser is either a SUPER SPY! Or he is just a paranoid douche nozzle. Stacy has the details, you make the call.

WELL! Here is ANOTHER list Ed and I did not make!

Of course, not making a list of blogs and websites that allegedly are “anti-woman”,and that  no one has ever heard of might be a good thing. And, Ed and I are in good company, Stacy McCain missed the list too, and he is not taking it or his rejection by some Feminut named Heidi well and she is quite a babe too


I rode that McCain like a rented mule

Heidi Beirich, you don’t love me no more? You done forgot about me, your ”neo-Confederate” sugar-dumpling?

Sweetheart, I’m plumb heartbroken over being left off your list of “blogs and forums dedicated to savaging feminists.”

See, Stacy is heart broken, outraged, but that is good. Because rejection can lead to some great posts by Stacy!

And when it comes to “savaging feminists,” honey, I acknowledge no superior. It’s still two months away from our fourth annual National Offend a Feminist Week, but we intend to go all out this year and earn our spot in the Big Leagues of Misogynistic Hate-Mongering:

It is truly sublime that a group the DHS cited in its controversial report on right-wing terrorism now turns to a website called “Man Boobz” for its hate-group reporting.

Yeah, Heidi: Times are hard all over when a Ph.D. like you has to work for a laughingstock outfit like the SPLC, warning America of the Dreaded Woman-Hating Online Menace, but at least the New York Times still takes you seriously.

And as for you and me, dear, we’ll always have our romantic memories of moonlit strolls beneath the magnolias in Montgomery . . .

Poor Stacy

Now that is an excellent question

The Left, which includes union thugs, often bemoans “violent rhetoric” and just as often accuses the Right of “fomenting violence”.

So, how about those union thugs who are pretty adept at some of their own violent talk?

Matt at Conservative hideout ponders this

I’ve been thinking of all the damage that union thugs do.  Recent posts here have shown assaults, vandalism, threats, and  destruction of property  reportedly perpetrated by union thugs.  Videos have shown union thugs assaulting others.  We have heard comments by union bosses, like, “take out the SOB’s,” seem to spur it on to even greater depths.  We have also seen union organizing guides that suggest ruining the reputation of businesses, or even targeting customers.  Needless to say, companies, and in the end, all of us pay for all the resulting costs.

That leads me to a question, are union bosses then liable for the actions of their members, particularly when the bosses use such violent and inflammatory rhetoric?  I believe that there might be a precedent for that, and the example comes from the Aryan Nation.    In the late 90′s the Southern Povery Law Center sued that pack of racist scum on behalf of Victoria and Jason Keenan, who had been assaulted by members of Aryan Nation who were acting as security near their compound.  Here are some details of the case from the SPLC website.

During the trial, Dees and the legal team described how Butler recruitd followers – many with criminal records – and indoctrinated them with hate. One passage from an Aryan Nations newsletter written by Butler declared, “Hatred is our law. Revenge is your duty.”

“Butler uses white-hot words to get his followers to pick up the gun for the white race,” Dees told the jury.

So, the SPLC used inciting hatred as a means to link the leaders of hate movements to the deeds of their followers.  Also, the SPLC used the same tactics against the Imperial Klans of American in 2008.  

The verdict included $1.5 million in compensatory damages — apportioned among Edwards, Hensley and Watkins — and $1 million in punitive damages against Edwards.

The SPLC argued in court that Edwards and the IKA incited the racial hatred that led to the attack at the Meade County Fair in Brandenburg in July 2006.

So, in these two cases, and many others, the SPLC successfully sued hate groups, using the idea that the leaders had  incited hatred to win verdicts.  Of course, while the SPLC is a group that exists to smear anyone who stands against the leftist agenda, they have been successful in shutting down a great many hate groups with the idea that the leaders are responsible for the behavior of their members.

That, of course, leads me to question if a union boss saying something like, “busting some heads,” or “take the SOB’s out, and “open season,” and the thugs engaged in illegal acts,  might be treated the same way in court?  Wouldn’t it be incredibly ironic if a method of attack originated by a liberal group were used against another?  I’d say that the irony would be off the scale.

Think on this one, I will be doing so myself. I can already see the dangers of a slippery slope among other things…………