SPLC Claims Milk Is Symbol Of “Creamy White Supremacy”

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The far-Left Southern Poverty Law Center has declared that milk is the “new symbol of white supremacy in Trump’s America.”

On their website, they promote an idiotic article featured on “Mic” that claims neo-Nazis and white supremacists drink milk as a symbol of whiteness and purity in “Donald Trump’s America.”

Of course, the Southern Poverty Law Center is the leftist group that was forced to apologize to Dr. Ben Carson for placing him on a list of “extremists” two years ago. Carson was apparently placed on their “Extremist Watch List” for being “anti-gay.”

“In October 2014, we posted an ‘Extremist File’ of Dr. Ben Carson,” SPLC wrote on its website. “This week, as we’ve come under intense criticism for doing so, we’ve reviewed our profile and have concluded that it did not meet our standards, so we have taken it down and apologize to Dr. Carson for having posted it.”

Then back in December, they released a report supposedly detailing “Trump-Inspired Hate Crimes,” but totally left out the thousands of incidents of racial slurs and derogatory language used against white students that were not counted as “hate crimes.”

“They left that result out because it would not fit their ideological narrative,” former Education Department civil rights attorney Hans Bader said. “It was deemed an inconvenient truth.”

In addition, the SPLC counts phrases like “build the wall” and “Make America Great Again” as “hate rhetoric,” which is nonsense.

Bader says SPLC has an agenda to derail the Trump administration before it starts.

“These flawed SPLC reports will be cited by left-wing special interests to try to block the confirmation of moderate and conservative people to posts such as attorney general by falsely making it look like America’s schools and streets are pervaded by bigotry,” Bader said.

Undeterred, SPLC President Richard Cohen said in a press conference that Donald Trump has been “singing the white supremacist song since he came down the escalator in his tower and announced his candidacy.”

H/T: WeaselZippers



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