Meanwhile, at the SPLC …

… there’s been a bit of a shakeup. The left-wing hate group has fired its founder and airbrushed his bio from their website. Morris Dees’ sudden transition to unpersonhood has been met with smiles for the karmic irony by some, including my podcasting partner Stacy McCain.

Newsbusters reports that SPLC internal emails have surfaced that contain “complaints regarding sexual harassment and racial biases in promotion and hierarchy.” Of course, such complaints are grounds for firing in the current SJW environment, but in Dees’ case they’re not new. Similar allegations appeared in the Montgomery Advertiser in 1994.

Why fire Dees now?

Discovery. The SPLC settled one lawsuit for over 3,000,000 bucks rather than go through the discovery process and trial. There are other suits pending, and the discovery process can be messy, especially if one has something to hide. It may be that they think that throwing their founder under the bus will appease their critics and moderate their losses. If that’s the case, they don’t understand how people on the right think.

Stay tuned.

5 thoughts on “Meanwhile, at the SPLC …

  1. Follow the money, pay close attention to the off shore money. There is no reason for the SPLC to have money off shore.

    • Especially since they are supposedly non-profit. They have not been all that concerned about the South or poverty or the law in a long time. I wonder if Morris fell on his sword or not.

  2. A non-profit with a half-billion of assets, including over one-hundred dollars abroad. Brett Kimberlin’s dream!

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