The SPLC Ignores Violence Against Trump Supporters
By Hunter Wallace
It has always been obvious to all of us “haters” and “extremists” that the SPLC is a joke and its edicts should be taken with a big grain of salt, but after this year its credibility is shot with a much wider audience on the Right:
“It’s a dance that Donald Trump does when the subject of the violence and racism bubble up around his run for the presidency as the 2016 Republican nominee. Call it the Deniability Tango: Trump dances around the problems that come with his supporters and their frequent ugliness, which he officially disavows in certain carefully worded statements, often accompanied by a wink and a nod. …”
1.) Trump supporters are probably already wondering … what about the mob violence we saw in Chicago and San Jose? What about the mob violence we saw in Albuquerque and all over California? Why haven’t we seen Trump supporters showing up at any Hillary Clinton rallies and violently attempting to shut down her events much less succeeding in doing so on live national television?
2.) What about Black Lives Matter? The SPLC, which blamed the Confederate flag and ALL Confederate monuments for the Dylann Roof shooting in Charleston, has declared that Black Lives Matter IS NOT a hate group after it has spawned at least four deadly police shootings in New York City, Dallas, Baton Rouge, and Bristol, TN. Go read the new official Black Lives Matter platform which flatly states: we demand independent Black political power and Black self-determination in all areas of society. What a joke.
3.) Are you as surprised as I am that we have seen nothing from the SPLC about the black Trump supporter who was shot in Cleveland or the 62-year-old Trump supporter who was beaten with a crowbar in New Jersey? There have been similar politically motivated violent crimes against Trump supporters all over the country for months now. Their lives don’t count though.
4.) Why don’t we hear anything from the SPLC about the real assassination attempt on Trump in Las Vegas?
5.) Critics have long accused the SPLC of an anti-White bias and turning a blind eye to black violence. When blacks violently lash out at Whites, we can’t say anything about that because the twisted logic of “social justice” demands that blacks must always be presented as victims and Whites as victimizers. I’ve been saying for years now that the SPLC ignores the literal tsunami of black violence in Montgomery.
So guess what just happened here in Montgomery right down the road from the SPLC headquarters building?
“But in Montgomery, AL (home of the Southern Poverty Law Center), collecting rent and traveling the streets in safety is one of those things you can simply no longer do. And in modern America, the Main Stream Media, academia, and the political elite endlessly incite hatred against people like Shaw. This trickles down to the System’s client class, the seething dependents of Third World America’s urban hellholes.
Shaw was murdered, allegedly by one Corwin Walker. According to police, Walker culturally enriched Shaw in the form of stabbing him to death. [Man faces capital murder charge in Highland Ave. stabbing, by Andrew Yawn, Montgomery Advertiser, August 3, 2016]
Shaw was well known for being a vocal supporter of Donald Trump. Along with friends, he created the “Stumping for Trump” bus tour. One friend recalls …
If you exited the SPLC and walked two miles east, it would take you about 30 minutes at a brisk pace to reach the spot where 75-year-old Thomas Shaw Jr., a well known Trump supporter, was just knifed to death by a 21-year-old black male.
His name was Thomas Shaw, Jr. He was murdered on the SPLC’s own doorstep, but since he was a White Trump supporter and his murderer was a black male thug, it is politically incorrect to talk about it. Not only that, but organizations like the CofCC should be shut down for noticing it, publicizing it, and bringing it to your attention while groups like Black Lives Matter that advocate putting “pigs in a blanket” and spawn murderers who do so should be lauded and celebrated as heroes.