The uber-left SPLC’s “Hatewatch” is a clearinghouse of enemedia articles that reflect the propaganda spin that it wants to put on news events.
In this edition, it links to the Forward’s ridiculous hit piece on me that tries to make something of a few retweets supposedly by Russian bots, as well as to the CNN story in which ACU board member Terry Schilling lies about the panel I conceptualized and proposed to CPAC, and which now has been taken over by Schilling without my authorization.
You can read the full story of that here — I proposed a panel and list of speakers to CPAC.
Then CPAC demanded I drop Jim Hoft, as he had offended leftists.
When I refused, they canceled the panel.
Now, CPAC is claiming that I was “invited” to that panel and “bowed out,” and they’re presenting a panel of the same title, with same speakers, minus Jim Hoft (who they demanded be removed) and me.
It’s intellectual theft.
It also plays into the vicious hands of the CPAC, which has announced its intention to “destroy” the individuals and groups that it deems “hate groups” because they dissent from its far-left agenda. CPAC, like RINOs everywhere, always jump to do the left’s bidding, and act as its tools.
That’s what’s happening here.
Does CPAC leadership think the left will spare them if they jump to its tune and drop Hoft when they demand it, and sing along with the SPLC?
They are in for a surprise.
“Hatewatch Headlines 2/22/2018,” Southern Poverty Law Center:
Anti-Muslim C-PAC headliner Pamela Geller bows out; a religious group “celebrates” assault rifles like the one used to kill Florida school children; Russian bots also backed anti-Muslim extremists, and more.
News & Observer: White nationalist didn’t show up for a reported rally Wednesday at the University of North Carolina campus in Chapel Hill, but scores of anti-racist students and teachers were out in force.
Pike County Courier: The AR-15 military-style assault rifle, like the one used in last week’s Florida shooting, will be “celebrated” during a four-day “festival” at the World Peace and Unification Sanctuary Church in Newfoundland, Pennsylvania.
CNN: Anti-Muslim crusader Pamela Geller withdraws as a featured speaker at this weekend’s Conservative Political Action Conference….
Forward: Pro-Trump Russian Twitter bots just indicted by the special prosecutor also boosted anti-Muslim extremists, including Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer and Frank Gaffney….
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller