Geller’s Hate Group Denies Bigotry by Quoting Homophobe and Linking to White Supremacist
Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer issued a press release refuting the allegations of bigotry from the SPLC.
The Washington Times reported in November 2010 that “the SPLC is a small, hard-left political activist outfit known for promoting a panoply of radical liberal causes. The Center holds itself out as an objective monitor of potentially violent or subversive hate groups such as the Ku Klux Klan, skinheads and other white supremacists.
“But in recent years - and with increasing abandon - the SPLC has leveraged (abused, really) its rapidly decreasing political capital and waning credibility to target and undermine organizations that, rather than dealing in the business of genuine ‘hate,’ instead pose a direct threat to the advancement of postmodern secular-socialism generally - and to the Democratic Party specifically. … In sum, the SPLC has become an extremist wolf in ‘watchdog’ clothing.”
They failed to include the name of the author of that quote. A quick google search reveals that it was written by a rabid homophobe.
By J. Matt Barber
More on J. Matt Barber’s long history of hateful anti-gay rhetoric can be found here
What you won’t hear, except from me, is that ‘Let the good times roll’ is an especially risky message for African-Americans. The plain fact is that they tend to possess poorer native judgment than members of better-educated groups. Thus they need stricter moral guidance from society.
—Sailer, Steve, “Let the Good Times Roll”, vdare.com