The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a left-wing smear machine which serves as the activist news media’s go-to source for identifying “hate groups,” reportedly has $162 million stashed in offshore investments and paid its disgraced former leaders over $1 million in severance packages.
The Free Beacon reports that the corrupt hate group added tens of millions of dollars to its war chest even after employees claimed the group’s leadership allowed sexual harassment and racial discrimination against minority staffers. Cofounder Morris Dees, president Richard Cohen, and legal director Rhonda Brownstein were bumped from the group in March 2019.
“For decades, the organization has used its direct-mail expertise and overt hostility to orthodox religious principles as the basis for bilking wealthy, gullible donors out of their donation dollars,” said Jerry Boykin, executive vice president of the Family Research Council.
“This discredited, partisan hate machine has been given carte-blanche credibility by partisan Silicon Valley social media giants,” Boykin added.