Southern Poverty Law Center Still Labels Peaceful Christians as ‘Hate Group’

The Southern Poverty Law Center is an ultra-liberal organization that has been putting out a list of what and who they deem to be hate groups for several years now. It’s interesting that they have named a number of conservative and Christian groups and even some churches on the list, simply because they do not believe in or accept the left-wing progressive and socialist views of the SPLC.

The left-leaning Southern Poverty Law Center has come under fire for its labeling of a Christian nonprofit organization — dedicated to defending “religious freedom, sanctity of life, and marriage and family” — as a hate group.

But the Alliance Defending Freedom isn’t the only conservative, traditional-value organization the SPLC smears as a hate group. Fox News found at least six other groups that are conservative and explicitly nonviolent but branded as hate organizations by the SPLC.

The SPLC – based in Montgomery, Ala. – is a nonprofit legal advocacy organization specializing in civil rights and public interest litigation, dedicated to “fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. ” …

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Among their current list of hate groups are conservative and family oriented groups like the Family Research Council, American Family Association and the Family Research Institute. According to the standards set up by the Southern Poverty Law Center, if you do not accept or agree with liberal politics, socialist politics, or LGBT activists, you are part of hate group. Last year, they listed White Lives Matter as a hate group but not Black Lives Matter. The real hate group is the one putting out the list – the Southern Poverty Law Center.




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