90 Miles From Tyranny : How The Southern Poverty Law Center Attacks And TERRORIZES Conservatives: A Firsthand and Account From A Former Member Of Congress

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

How The Southern Poverty Law Center Attacks And TERRORIZES Conservatives: A Firsthand and Account From A Former Member Of Congress

The Daily Caller’s Peter Hasson recently broke the exclusive story that the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is “policing content on YouTube as part of YouTube’s ‘Trusted Flaggers’ program.”

Let me tell you why this news is scary as hell — from personal experience.

My name is Trey Radel. I’m a trilingual, well-traveled lover of all cultures and an easygoing kind of guy. I don’t say this to toot my own horn; I say it because underneath my passion for culture — as well as love and fascination with political foreign policy — is apparently something more sinister: I’m a “hater” and “extremist,” in league with murderers.

Here’s some background to illustrate just how much I friggin’ despise anyone different from my white upbringing.

In my twenties, I lived off about 10 bucks a day, backpacking from Colombia to Cambodia to soak up and learn different cultures, customs and languages. By age 30, after living and working in a few different countries, I was trilingual — fluent in Spanish, Italian and English. I’m such an observational nerd that I can tell you the distinct differences between Hispanic cultures and even fluently imitate the Spanish accents country to country throughout South America.

In my thirties, while serving in the United States Congress, the highly influential nonprofit Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), put me on a list titled, “The Year in Hate and Extremism.” Every year, the group publishes a list identifying racists, terrorists, murderers and hate groups. There’s a common thread, though. Many of the people and groups they identify happen to be Republican or conservative, or as they state, “far right.”

Apparently, I fit right in.

The SPLC put me on the list in 2013; I was in Congress then, a Spanish-speaking Republican, frequently seen in English and Spanish media. At the time, years before the issues were en vogue, I supported immigration reform as well as criminal justice reform, both policies clearly racist AF.

My “hater” ass made that SPLC hate list with some notable figures, including a neo-Nazi gunman “who stormed into a Sikh temple in Wisconsin, murdering six people before killing himself.” Sounds about right. The SPLC also put another member of Congress on the list: Senator Rand Paul. This guy despises minorities so much that, like me, he is a vocal opponent of the War on Drugs, rightly pointing out how it disproportionately harms minorities in our country.

What a racist dick.

How I made the list is almost as unbelievable as getting put on the list in the first place. A blogger published a roughly 15-second sound bite of me saying, “all options should be on the table” when it comes to...Read More HERE

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