1989: SPLC’s Morris Dees Praised Confederate Flag, ‘My Heritage’

Southern Poverty Law Center: Whose Heritage? Public Symbols of the Confederacy

This is my home, I love this area. The Confederate flag flying over that capitol today is just as much a part of my heritage as Dr. King’s March down 6th Avenue. And just because of that, I’m not blinded to the past just like I’m not blinded to the future. I mean I want to move forward.

Anyone who’d say this publicly today would be eviscerated by the media, social justice warriors would be parked in front of that person’s home, and his or her professional life would be summarily destroyed.

But if you’re Morris Dees, “Founder and Chief Trial Attorney” of the Southern Poverty Law Center, your past words are easily and conveniently forgotten while you point your finger of sanctimony at whomever you wish and label a “hate group” just because you can and the liberal world will not only listen, but dig deep!

In 2015, Dees essentially declared the Ku Klux Klan dead yet the Southern Poverty Law Center is now exploiting the tragedy in Charlottesville… using the spectre of the Klan.

The people, groups and symbols at Charlottesville

That should be worth a few million dollars.

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