90 Miles From Tyranny : SPLC’s Partisan ‘Hate Group’ Label For Judeo-Christian Organizations Threatens To Scare Donors Away

Friday, February 5, 2021

SPLC’s Partisan ‘Hate Group’ Label For Judeo-Christian Organizations Threatens To Scare Donors Away

Thanks to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) erroneously classifying Christian or conservative organizations under a sweeping “hate group” label, these organizations and the charities and foundations that donated to them are now being blackballed.

On Wednesday, the Chronicle of Philanthropy released a report based on Internal Revenue Service records identifying 351 donor organizations and 280 private foundations that have donated $52.8 million to “SPLC-designated hate groups.” The top-donors mentioned are the National Christian Foundation at $26,878,059, the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund at $3,118,538, and the Christian Community Foundation at $2,216,667.

The problem? The SPLC is notorious nowadays for identifying a whole swath of right-leaning organizations as hate groups for simply supporting conservative causes. The Family Research Council, Ruth Institute, and Alliance Defending Freedom are among those blackballed for pushing traditional family values, as well as non-woke views concerning gender and sexuality.

“ADF is one of the nation’s most respected and successful Supreme Court advocates, and has won 11 cases at the U.S. Supreme Court since 2011,” said Jeremy Tedesco, senior counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom, in response to the SPLC designation. “Once a respected civil rights organization, the Southern Poverty Law Center has destroyed its own credibility because of its blatant partisan agenda and discredited fundraising scheme. It has devolved into a group that attacks and spreads lies about organizations and people who do not agree with its far-left agenda.”

While the SPLC plays God by dictating what is the proper standard for morality in 2021, it is important to note that its former President Richard Cohen resigned in 2019 after allegations were made of racism and misogyny. In 2013, Cohen wrote a column in the Washington Post that came under heavy scrutiny by virtually all left-wing publications as plainly bigoted. Author and journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates wrote in The Atlantic at the time that it is Cohen’s “logic that killed Trayvon Martin,” concerning “living” with being black.

The Chronicle of Philanthropy notes that the Christian organization Liberty Counsel received $1,004,079 in funding. As of today, the SPLC cites it as anti-LGTB “under the guise of religious liberty.” This is primarily because the Liberty Counsel has historically had a firm stance on same-sex marriage, which is common to a lot of Christian organizations that rely on textualism concerning the basis of men and women to guide their political theory.

The Family Research Council is referenced as having received $11,162,422 (second-most to the American Family Association). This is an organization that primarily focuses on life and human dignity, religious liberty and conscience, marriage, family and sexuality, and civil society issues. Since 1983, Family Research Council has spearheaded efforts to guide pro-life policy and was founded by Gerald P. Regier, a former Reagan administration appointee in...

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matism said...

Well actually, that is their INTENT!!! They are run by the filthy tribe swill who yearn for the "good old days" of their Messiahs - Lenin and Stalin!!!

Gromit said...

The SPLC is a sewer of hate who's intent is to attack those who do not support the leftist agenda