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SPLC continues to destroy itself (along with others)

The Southern Poverty Law Center was, perhaps, once a civil rights organization. Then extremists spent its core assets – in this case, SPLC’s good word and reputation – until they were gone. SPLC now routinely mislabels conservative and/or Christian groups as so-called “hate groups”, emptying the term of meaning and making the SPLC a bad joke.

Most famously, SPLC mislabelled the Family Research Council a “hate group” for its stance against gay marriage, and in 2013 that prompted an attempted mass-murder by a gay activist, Floyd Lee Corkins II.

SPLC is still going. Most recently, they mislabelled the D. James Kennedy Ministries:

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I’m sure to oppose much of the rhetoric and positions of the DJKM, the FRC and others. Heck, I may even think they’re stupid and wrong, while I’m right. But they aren’t hate groups, until and unless they’re inciting physical violence and/or condoning criminals. And they aren’t.

The DJKM plan to fight back with a defamation suit. It will be interesting to see how it goes. I expect it to fail; “that’s our opinion” is a workable defense in many instances, and many in the law profession have a blind spot for the SPLC.

But I didn’t think Trump would win, either. The SPLC seems to assert as fact that the DJKM promotes “hate”. The SPLC’s claims then get repeated by the official media (minus Fox). DJKM lawyers will have to define objectively what it is to promote “hate”, then get the court to evaluate SPLC’s claims and intentions there. Who knows, they just might?

Cringeworthy

Posted by V the K at 10:24 am - August 26, 2017.
Filed under: Academia

This is apparently, part of mandatory Freshmeat anti-rape indoctrination at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

This Perfect World

“So blue, I can’t begin to say”.

  • USC suspended a male student for an incident that likely never happened.

    He and girlfriend were shrieking in an alley, one night. They say it was horseplay. Sleeping “witnesses” weren’t sure, and talked about it. One of the sleepy-witnesses’ roommate’s fathers (!) reported it as a serious incident. Based on that distant hearsay report, the male student was suspended. A camera did record whatever happened, and USC refuses to release the recording. While student and girlfriend want it released, saying it exonerates him. When the girlfriend tweeted about that, USC threatened her, “Don’t ever tweet anything like that again”. As Ashe Schow puts it:

    The school believed that she was a battered girlfriend, too afraid of her boyfriend to admit what he had done. Why, then, did they retaliate and threaten her? The school was so sure she was a victim, it treated her like garbage…

  • Germany shuts down a left-wing web site, Germany’s version of Antifa.

    My feelings are mixed. To the extent that the site incited violence (and it probably did), the action is probably justified. But it shows how the State’s power can be used against anyone, Left or Right, at the State’s whim.

  • Google has stepped up its crackdown on “extremist” YouTube videos.

    Problem: The restrictions on viewing, search and sharing are themselves extreme – and are almost certain to be applied unjustly to reasonable Trump supporters, libertarians and/or conservatives. Because Google has already been doing some restrictions and even the wonderful Diamond and Silk were hit by those.

What happens when you “Punch a Nazi”? – redux

You sucker-punch an African-American. Brag about it on social media. Then get arrested for assault. Because you’re that stupid. Hunting suspected Nazis (or witches or whatever), the activity itself, will make you so.

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UPDATE: This is R.C. Maxwell, who is involved with the American Voice PAC.

UPDATE: Pepper Balls also couldn’t help outing himself on social and news media, causing his own arrest.

How fake is CNN? At least this fake

CNN frequently has Ana Navarro on, and calls her a “Republican strategist” to legitimize her tantrums. Wiki agrees, saying she “served in a number of Republican administrations, including the transition team for Florida governor Jeb Bush in 1998. She also served as the National Co-Chair of the Hispanic Advisory Council for John McCain in 2008 and Jon Huntsman Jr. in 2012. She supported Jeb Bush’s 2016 presidential campaign… a lifelong Republican…”

But a GOP researcher, Stephen Cretien, did some digging in federal election records and elsewhere, and found a different story.

  • Apparently, Navarro was a fundraiser for Democrat Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey in 2006. “Fundraiser” meaning an activist for Menendez (not just a donor).
  • And she was quoted in The New York Times expressing her satisfaction in electing Menendez – although she knew it cost Republicans control of the Senate.

Menendez is a far-Left Senator who will soon go on trial for several counts of bribery, fraud and conspiracy in a pay-for-play case.

According to the Department of Justice: “Between January 2006 and January 2013, Menendez accepted close to $1 million worth of lavish gifts and campaign contributions from Melgen in exchange for using the power of his Senate office to influence the outcome of ongoing contractual and Medicare billing disputes worth tens of millions…

It is the first time a US Senator has been tried for bribery since 1981…

Navarro has previously tweeted baseless conspiracy theories about Menendez’s legal issues, alleging that the disgraced Senator is the victim of various grand plots to silence him for political reasons.

Navarro also admits to having voted for Hillary in 2016. For comparison: even I, as a non-Trump supporter and non-Republican, still had enough sense to NOT vote Hillary.

CNN’s Ana Navarro: #FakeRepublican.

Trump statements on Charlottesville

Since the media and the Left (but I repeat myself) have misled people so much on this, I thought I would collect President Trump’s statements on Charlottesville for future reference. Emphasis added. (more…)