If it wasn’t already apparent, lawmakers on the Jan. 6 House Select Committee are wickedly biased against Donald Trump. So much so that they’re willing to ask far-left legal organizations for help while keeping it from the public.
The committee will put broadcast anything on television, unsubstantiated evidence, liberal, deliberate lies — anything to make Donald Trump appear villainous. But they certainly won’t be transparent about the fact that a team of far, far-left lawyers are guiding their every move.
The group in question, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is a left-wing legal advocacy group that often targets Christians, conservatives, and anyone they deem antithetical to the progressive movement. SPLC claims to be nonpartisan.
According to a recent report, the SPLC is funneling research to the committee probing the Jan. 6 Capitol protest.
Joe Biden has awarded many former employees of the SPLC with jobs in his administration. Their current staffers have reportedly provided over 40 pages of written testimony and other research materials to the 1/6 Committee to help bolster their investigation into Donald Trump and his supporters.
“Our work has helped to document coordination between Trump, his allies and two extremist groups we’ve tracked for years,” SPLC Senior Policy Counsel on Hate and Extremism Michael Lieberman said.
The SPLC even goes so far as targeting individual conservatives they deem worthy of censorship. Their “hate map” is a feature on the SPLC website that highlights certain right-wing groups and labels them as extremists. Groups labeled extremist by the SPLC are deemed worthy of censorship and even legal interference based solely on their own left-wing standards.
Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a legal group focused on religious liberty that has successfully argued dozens of cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, is one of SPLC’s designated hate groups.
The SPLC accuses the ADF of denying LGBTQ-LMNOP people goods and services by exploiting the freedom of religion clause in the U.S. Constitution. The group was “one of the most influential groups informing” former President Donald Trump’s “attack on LGBTQ rights,” according to the SPLC.
Another group the SPLC designates as hateful is Family Research Council (FRC), a nonprofit research and an educational group advocating for pro-family policies.
SPLC’s collaboration with the “nonpartisan” committee comes as Republicans continue to criticize its Democratic and Republican members for acting in a partisan fashion. It also comes at a time when rampant progressivism is forcefully jammed down the throats of all Americans whether we like it or not.
Author: Ann Taylor