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60 More Groups Could Sue Jew Extremist Group SPLC after it Pays out $3 Million for “Error”
The Jewish extremist Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) —already linked to at least two deadly terrorist attacks—has paid out $3.375 million and apologize after making yet another “error” in its hate-filled—and controlled media supported—campaign against anyone who does not support their anti-white, pro-Jewish and pro-homo agenda.
The $3.375 million settlement—announced by the Jew Richard Cohen, president of the SPLC—was made to the “moderate” Muslim organization Quilliam Foundation and that organization’s leader, Maajid Nawaz, on Monday this week in an attempt to prevent a court ruling which would set a precedent for the other groups to sue the Jewish extremists.
“We haven’t filed anything against the SPLC, but I think a number of organizations have been considering filing lawsuits against the SPLC, because they have been doing to a lot of organizations exactly what they did to Maajid Nawaz that’s part of the settlement,” Mat Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, told PJ Media on Tuesday.
According to the PJ Media report, Liberty Counsel filed a lawsuit against the charity navigation organization “GuideStar” for defamation, after GuideStar adopted the SPLC’s “hate group” list. That lawsuit is ongoing.
In 2016, the SPLC published its “Field Guide to Anti-Muslim Extremists,” listing Muslim “reformer” Maajid Nawaz, as one such extremist. The far left Jews listed various reasons for including him, changing the reasons every so often, and even at one point mentioning that he had gone to a strip club for his bachelor party.
On Monday, Cohen extended his group’s “sincerest apologies to Nawaz and Quilliam for the error, and paid over $3,375 million as compensation, in a moved described by the Washington Times as a “devastating hit to its credibility and reinforced its reputation for unfairly wielding the ‘hate’ label.”
“This is a significant settlement,” Staver told PJ Media. “3.375 million dollars, and it did not even go to litigation; it was a result of a demand letter.”
Importantly, “the allegations that were at issue here were very similar to the allegations against the other groups,” the Liberty Counsel chairman explained.
“The SPLC promotes false propaganda, demonizes and labels groups they disagree with, and that labeling has economic as well as physical consequences.”
Staver insisted that the settlement with Nawaz “will encourage further legal action.” He suggested that the settlement “helps our lawsuit against GuideStar” and may encourage organizations that were considering suing the SPLC to actually file the paperwork.
“There are probably about 60 organizations that we’re talking to — there’s at least 60,” Staver told PJ Media. He mentioned the group of 47 nonprofit leaders who denounced the SPLC last year, and said “that group has grown since then.”
Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, one of 954 groups listed on the SPLC’s “hate map,” argued that the settlement terms “leave the media and big business with no excuse in continuing to use the SPLC as an objective, independent source.”
“The Southern Poverty Law Center has long been the Left’s pit bull — resorting to smears and a hate map to advance its liberal political agenda,” Mr. Perkins said in a statement. “But its falsehoods and dangerous tactics have finally caught up with them — with the group doling out millions in a defamatory settlement.”
Another group on the “hate map,” the Alliance Defending Freedom, which won a 7-2 Supreme Court decision this month on behalf of a Christian baker who refused to create a cake for a same-sex wedding, blasted the SPLC for “sloppy mistakes” that have “ruinous, real-life consequences.”
The SPLC has caused at least two known terrorist attacks in recent years.
In 2012, Floyd Lee Corkins III broke into the Family Research Council (FRC), armed with a semi-automatic pistol and Chick-Fil-A chicken sandwiches. Had unarmed security guard Leo Johnson not wrestled him to the floor, Corkins said he would have killed everyone in the building.
Corkins, a homo, admitted to targeting the FRC because the SPLC listed it as an “anti-gay group” on its “hate map.”
In 2017, James T. Hodgkinson, the Bernie Sanders supporter who opened fire on Republicans at a congressional baseball game practice and gravely wounded Congressman Steve Scalise (R-La.), was also a well-known SPLC supporter, whose Facebook posts showed “Likes” for the Jewish organization, along with other crypto-communist groups such as Media Matters for America, and Moveon.org.
In October 2014, the Jews at the SPCL added the black Republican would-be presidential candidate Ben Carson to its “Extremist Watch List” because he defined marriage as “between a man and a woman.”
In 2015, the SPLC was forced to apologize for that and in a statement apologized to Carson and removed his name from their list.
In 2013, the SPLC’s anti-white tactics were definitively exposed when it was revealed that a series of murders of Texas District Attorney officials in Texas—which the Jews blamed on “white supremacists” they called the “Aryan Brotherhood of Texas”—in fact turned out to have been committed by a disgruntled ex-court employee.
The SPLC Jews—joined by their fellow pathological liars in the ADL—spent weeks trumpeting the claims about the “Aryan Brotherhood” being responsible for the murders—without any proof whatsoever, and had their claims repeated by the compliant controlled media.
Both groups went silent on the murders immediately after the real culprit was arrested, but the incident showed how far the Jewish extremists are prepared to lie and make up “facts” in order to advance their anti-white agenda.