Last week we told you about the Southern Poverty Law Center in its quest for ignoring leftist hatred while doubling down on right extremists. Today, the SPLC is back in the news. It would seem that following the events at Charlottesville, so much money started rolling in to SPLC that they didn’t know what to do with it … so, they did what any not-for-profit public service agency would do: they sent it to their off-shore banking accounts.
Go ahead, enjoy the read: Southern Poverty Law Center Transfers Millions in Cash to Offshore Entities
America’s left … dishonest as the year is long.
Earlier post by Mustang:
What is the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)? They were founded in the early 1970s by two Alabama lawyers by the names of Morris Dees and Joseph Levin. Levin managed the SPLC for its initial few years, while Morris Dees was irrevocably convinced that America is a racist nation and needs his guiding hand to lead us into the light. As psychotic as that sounds, it only gets worse. The operating methodology of SPLC is to launch expensive lawsuits against fringe organizations, such as the KKK (Founded by a Democrat, of course) and others, at about the time when hardly anyone ever heard of these organizations. Keep Reading