Proud Boys Suing SPLC Over 'Hate Group' DesignationA fraternal organization of conservatives is following its founder in suing the legal non-profit.
Big League Politics
May. 20, 2019
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A conservative fraternal organization is suing the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) after the Alabama non-profit labeled it “hate group.”
“We are taking legal action against the SPLC and we are going to win,” Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio said.
“The SPLC is the glue holding together all the media lies used against us and many others,” Tarrio continued. “Dishonest reporters use SPLC ‘designations’ and lists like they hold some official weight. But the SPLC isn’t some kind of hate barometer. They are not a group of scientists measuring extremism. The SPLC is a far-left advocacy group that advances its own agenda in pursuit of donor money.”
The Proud Boys are crowdfunding the lawsuit.