Posted January 4, 2023 7:00 am by Comments

By Lee Williams

Morris Dees, former president and CEO of the Southern Poverty Law Center. In 2019, Dees was fired by the nonprofit he co-founded more than 50 years ago. (Photo from licensed Shutterstock account.)by Lee WilliamsFor more than 50 years the Southern Poverty Law Center, Inc. battled segregationists, challenged Jim Crow laws and bankrupted the Ku Klux Klan and other violent extremist groups. But ever since 2019, when the SPLC fired its co-founder and media frontman, Morris Dees, after accusations of sexual harassment, gender discrimination and racism surfaced, the nonprofit quietly shifted its focus. Now, rather than advocating for civil rights, the SPLC is fighting against civil rights, specifically those protected by the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution.Today, SPLC’s press releases, position papers and rhetoric make it nearly indistinguishable from any traditional gun control group, like Brady, Everytown or Giffords, with whom the SPLC has partnered on several occasions. But there are two major differences: The SPLC is flush with cash — far more than all other gun-control groups combined — and it still wields a powerful cudgel, its Hatewatch list, which it uses to publicly shame anyone — including members of the gun-rights community — who disagrees with its

Source: The Gun Writer

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