Southern Poverty Law Center is imploding as Left-wing hate factory’s cash-hoarding founder, leaders caught up in sex scandals

Thursday, March 28, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Thursday, March 28, 2019

For decades the Southern Poverty Law Center has served as less of a clearinghouse for information about groups and organizations that pose a danger to our constitutional republic and more as a Left-wing hate factory.

The organization’s infamous hate map has been weaponized for years by Leftist media and Democrats to use as a figurative cudgel against Republicans, as well as a vehicle to smear conservative groups and create the false impression that they are most responsible for political violence in our country.

But in recent months reports have begun to surface that the SPLC is also something else — corrupt.

In August 2017, the Washington Free Beacon reported that the organization had transferred millions of dollars to offshore accounts in the Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands, and Bermuda. The news site reported that the SPLC had “turned into a fundraising powerhouse, recording more than $50 million in contributions and $328 million in net assets,” according to 2015 tax forms.

About a year later, the WFB reported that SPLC had parked $92 million in offshore accounts, as its assets rose to $477 million with $132 million in donations for the 2017 tax year. (Related: SPLC caught faking numbers of “Muslim hate groups” in U.S. to fundraise off Trump hate.)

Now, the organization appears to be imploding, and frankly, it couldn’t be happening to a bigger bunch of hypocrites and bigots.

Just a week after the group’s co-founder, Morris Dees, was tossed out over allegations of sexual misconduct, the head of the SLPC, Richard Cohen and its legal director, Rhonda Brownstein, suddenly resigned.

Cohen, as Zero Hedge notes, had been with the SPLC for 33 years and was very prominent within the organization and the Left-wing hate circles in which it slithers.

The Los Angeles Times noted:

At 5:03 p.m. Friday, Cohen sent a message to staff, with the subject line “Stepping Down,” announcing that he, too, would be leaving the organization that he and Dees had turned in to a research and fundraising juggernaut.

“Whatever problems exist at the SPLC happened on my watch, so I take responsibility for them,” Cohen wrote, while asking the staff to avoid jumping to conclusions before the board completes an internal review of the Montgomery, Ala., organization’s work culture.

Money, hypocrisy, and status have taken their toll

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