SPLC, far-left denounce Southern Heritage billboard
The extreme far-left fundraising hustle and radical left-wing websites are denouncing a privately funded Southern Heritage billboard. The billboard is located outside Selma, AL on a major road.
The billboard was apparently paid for by Patricia Goodwin, who has long organized Southern Heritage events. The far-left website RawStory.com is falsely attributing the billboard to the Ku Klux Klan.
The SPLC is denouncing the billboard. This is the same organization that “DC Terrorist” Floyd Corkins credited as inspiring him to carry out an attempted mass murder on the American Research Council. He shot and wounded one person before being subdued. A spokesman for the SPLC had compared the American Research Council to the Ku Klux Klan on national television.
The SPLC publicly romanticizes violent Marxist street gangs and routinely plugs a Marxist gang umbrella website that has a history of advocating violence.
Recently the SPLC posted a picture of black Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson with a photo collage that contained robed KKK members, the Westboro Baptist Church, and armored car bandits.
The notorious Chapel Hill Spree Killer, who murdered three people, also publicly supported the SPLC on Facebook.
Presently the SPLC is openly libeling this author. They claim I put Matt Hale videos on public access television. This claim is provably libelous as all public access records are open to the public. I have never put any videos on public access, nor have I even seen a video featuring Matt Hale.