Liberal Group Puts Historic Town On “Hate Map”, But Then The Community Gets Involved

The Southern Poverty Law Center is a radical alt-left organization that is treated like a legitimate source of research by liberal media and democrat activists. They recently labeled one Iowa town a neo-Nazi stronghold, but the town fought back. SPLC was forced to reassign the designation.

The Southern Poverty Law Center is a radical alt-left organization that is treated like a legitimate source of research by liberal media and democrat activists. They recently labeled one Iowa town a neo-Nazi stronghold, but the town fought back. SPLC was forced to reassign the designation.

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is a joke. The “hate map” it produced contains a who’s who of states and towns that reject the progressive communism that seeks to strip all individual liberties from the people. However, liberal news outlets and organizations act like their opinions and research is objective. It’s outrageous, oppressive, and prejudiced, and the information it broadcasts is done without much veracity. However, one town has fought back and defeated the radical organization.

In the United States republic, citizens still have the right to free speech. Although it is a tenuous hold, the First Amendment still guarantees it. SPLC has the right to spew it’s venom, but it does not have the right to libel and defame. On Monday, the far-left organization had to remove the Amana Colonies in Iowa from their recent “hate map.”

The historic location is the site of seven German Pietist villages that produced a full …

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(The opinions in this article are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of Southern Nation News or SN.O.)

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