The Southern Poverty Law Center has published a report titled “The Trump Effect: The Impact of the 2016 Presidential Election on Our Nation’s Schools.”
It claims to demonstrate that Trump supporters are white-supremacist haters.
The report is based on the responses to a questionnaire sent to mostly Democrat educators asking if they had “heard derogatory language directed at students of color, Muslims, immigrants and people based on gender or sexual orientation” in the first ten days following the election.
Educators reported back saying they had heard someone say, “Build the wall”, 467 times.
In their report, the SPLC classified this as 467 incidents of pro-Trump hate speech.
The finding was given breathless coverage in the New York Times, Washington Post and other major slime stream media.
But the SPLC left out of their report that, despite NOT BEING ASKED, educators had also reported hearing 2,000 incidents of racist slurs and other derogatory language leveled against white students.
Despite the fact that SPLC recently admitted that they left this finding out of their report, the original report will no doubt be quoted ad nauseum by the Left to support their “it’s okay to hate on right wingers and whites because they’re haters” narrative.
Founded in 1971, SPLC claims to be a nonpartisan civil rights law firm. However, it receives funding from leftist groups, including ones controlled by far leftist billionaire George Soros. Its board members contributed more than $13,400 to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaigns.