Southern Poverty Law Center attacks Concerned Christian Citizens There have been many exposés of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

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By Lynn Woolley

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has gotten wind of the library controversy in Temple, Texas – and, naturally, has sided with the Left. In a post on its website, the SPLC notes that in one display, the Library featured rainbows and a flier saying:

“Be inspired: Celebrate Pride Month.”

According to the SPLC, the Library’s LGBT materials were…

“…affirming and accurate.”

The Library might want to think about having the SPLC as an ally.

The Southern Poverty Law Center HQ in Montgomery, Alabama

As John Stossel has written, the SPLC monitors hate groups, but IS a hate group itself. It has classified such people as Ben Carson, Laura Ingraham, Judge Jeanine Pirro, and Judge Andrew Napolitano as extremists.

The Southern Poverty Law Center is wealthy – and spends most of its fortune fundraising while it smears Christians and Muslims that speak out against terrorism.

For the record, the Concerned Christian Citizens (CCC) only asked for a fair shake.

The homosexual agenda that surged to legal and social victories during the Obama administration is loved and admired by liberals that, prior to Obama, still believed in traditional marriage.

The LGBT agenda is now firmly established in schools, universities, in the media, and in Hollywood. And so it is with libraries that use guidelines from the American Library Association (ALA).

Logo of Concerned Christian Citizens

The ALA, though, does not fund local libraries. Taxpayers do. Joe Goodson, a pastor, is a taxpayer and he asked for his views to be represented.  Essentially, Goodson’s group wants the local library to be neutral on social issues.

At the Southern Poverty Law Center, that makes Goodson and his organization haters.

There have been many exposés of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

The most recent comes from John Stossel, formerly of ABC News and FOX News. Stossel pulls no punches. He says the SPLC is now a hate group.

Strange for an organization that, some time ago, took on the Ku Klux Klan.

Now, it demonizes Muslims such as Ayaan Hirsi who suffered female genital mutilation in her home country of Somalia – and Maajid Nawza who now fights radical Islam. According to the SPLC, these heroes are “anti-Muslim extremists.”

Stossel believes that the cries of “hate” that emanate from the SPLC are simply to raise more money for an organization already rolling in it. Apparently, people in Montgomery, Alabama refer to its elegant headquarters as “the Poverty Palace.”

Morris Dees

Morris Dees, the SPLC’s co-founder seems to have become very rich – and the organization has an endowment of more that $320 million, according to Stossel. A great deal of that money, he says, is kept in offshore accounts.

There’s a lot of money to be made in the hate business.

I don’t hate anybody, but I have a strong dislike for the Southern Poverty Law Center.

And I can be a bad boy.

This morning, just before my radio show, I visited their website and clicked on the button to report a hate group for them to investigate. In the box for reporting the organization, I listed the Southern Poverty Law Center – and suggested they investigate themselves and issue a report. I also attached yesterday’s column about the Temple Library dispute.

Hate groups must be called out. I am calling out the Southern Poverty Law Center.

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