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Southern Poverty Law Center Isn’t Serving Its Original Purpose

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) was founded to combat many racist and bigoted organizations in the United States, including the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazi groups. The SPLC played a critical role in winning key legal victories against these groups, and protecting the rights and well-being of minorities across America.

But since these victories and the near-extinction of widespread, organized hate groups in America, the SPLC has lost its way and become increasingly political. The modern SPLC takes in millions of dollars each year, which it uses to falsely label many conservative and mainstream organizations – such as the Family Research Council, a Christian organization – as “hate groups” alongside actual hate groups, in order to advance an increasingly radical agenda of so-called social justice.

Capital Research Center president Scott Walter narrates CRC’s latest short video, detailing the ways in which SPLC no longer serves its original purpose. See it here:

Read CRC’s full report on the Southern Poverty Law Center in Labor Watch.