The Jewish Supremacist Southern Poverty Law Center’s (SPLC) lies have been exposed once again after it was revealed that their “racist hate crime” report following Donald Trump’s election deliberately hid anti-white hate incidents—which were more than double the number of supposed “white racist” incidents.
SPLC president Richard Cohen’s claims of “white racism” were given wide prominence in the Jewish Lobby-controlled media—except for the New York Post, which bravely exposed the hoax.
SPLC Chief Richard Cohen presents his “Trump race hate” lies to the compliant media.
As the New York Post’s journalist Paul Sperry revealed, at least 2,000 educators around the U.S. reported “racist slurs and other derogatory language” leveled against white students in the first days after Donald Trump was elected president—but the SPLC refused to add these statistics to its report on Trump-related “hate crimes.”
The SPLC—well-known for its hysterical anti-white lies all over the country, and its links to and encouragement of violent terrorists, teamed up with the Hillary Clinton-endorsing far-left American Federation of Teachers to conduct a “survey” among teachers to try and prove that Trump had caused an upsurge in “white racism.”
To this end, their report “The Trump Effect: The Impact of the 2016 Presidential Election on Our Nation’s Schools,” and their follow up “Ten Days After: Harassment and Intimidation in the Aftermath of the Election”—both of which supposedly listed “Trump-inspired hate crimes” was widely reported in the New York Times, Washington Post, and other major controlled media outlets.
However, the fact that SPLC board members contributed thousands of dollars to Clinton’s presidential campaign, and had even used Trump’s picture to headline their most recent “year in hate” review—was ignored.
“The takeaway [from the SPLC] was that Trump-supporting white kids have been harassing minorities at the nation’s schools,” the New York Post said.
The SPLC report also caused the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to issue a statement which expressed “deep concern” that “prejudice has reared its ugly head in public elementary and secondary schools.” It also called for more federal funding to prosecute “hate crimes.”
But, as the New York Post pointed out in an understatement, the “SPLC didn’t present the whole story.”
The Jewish Supremacist organization “self-censored results from a key question it asked educators — whether they agree or disagree with the following statement: ‘I have heard derogatory language or slurs about white students,’” the New York Post continued, before going on to reveal the full depth of the deceit and lies:
Asked last week to provide the data, SPLC initially said it was having a hard time getting the information “from the researchers.” Pressed, SPLC spokeswoman Kirsten Bokenkamp finally revealed that “about 20 percent answered affirmatively to that question.”
Bokenkamp did not provide an explanation for the absence of such a substantial metric — at least 2,000 bias-related incidents against white students — from the report, which focuses instead on “anti-immigrant sentiment,” “anti-Muslim sentiment” and “slurs about students of color” related to the election.
“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.”
Only last week, the SPLC’s chief Jew, Richard Cohen, held a press conference in Washington to demand Trump “reconsider” his picks for White House advisers and attorney general, and “disavow” his immigration policies.
“His own words have sparked the barrage of hate that we are seeing,” SPLC President Richard Cohen maintained. “He has been singing the white supremacist song since he came down the escalator in his tower and announced his candidacy.”
Cohen went on to link Trump to a list of 867 “hate crimes,” which, he said, will “spike” after inauguration day on January 20.
However, the New York Post pointed out that the SPLC had acknowledged that it had not even bothered to independently verify any of the claims and had “collected most of them on its website, many anonymously.”
Even if these 867 “hate crimes” were genuine—and there is no reason to believe that they are, given the long record of fake hate crimes in America—they are still dwarfed by the SPLC’s own censored statistics of anti-white hate crimes.