Southern Poverty Law Center Exposed for Lying to the Press & Public
All members of the American press and the pubic are being advised by ALIPAC (Americans for Legal Immigration PAC) that the SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center) has been documented distributing multiple lies via their website and releases to the media with 9 lies or errors in the latest release.
“The SPLC has thrown their credibility in the toilet to try and stifle debate on the illegal immigration issue,” says William Gheen of ALIPAC. “They have exposed themselves as unreliable, are resorting to simple name calling, and attempting to convince the press they should ignore sources they compare to the KKK and Neo Nazis.”
The SPLC recently allied with the National Council of La Raza and the Anti-Defamation League to try and scare broadcasters away from multi-ethnic groups, who are fighting against Amnesty for illegal aliens and for immigration law enforcement by claiming that such groups are using codes and a “playbook” written by groups associated with racism and murder.
“There are no codes. There’s no playbook, and the SPLC cannot provide evidence that such things exist,” says Gheen. “Americans and groups who are concerned about illegal immigration have nothing in common with groups who advocate violence against people because of race or religion.”
The SPLC recently released “nativist” profiles of 20 people including William Gheen on their website. William Gheen is labeled as one of the 20 most influential people fighting against illegal immigration. His organization ALIPAC is described as “the influential political action committee Americans for Legal Immigration”
The attack piece on Mr. Gheen includes 9 provably false statements in their six paragraph presentation.
The SPLC description of William Gheen and ALIPAC attempts to persuade readers and the press that the group is motivated by racism and makes nine false statements about Mr. Gheen’s employment records, the ALIPAC organization, legislation, and those who support the group.
A full report detailing the lies of the Southern Poverty Law Center can be found here.
SPLC Takes a Swipe at ALIPAC and Misses! 9 documented lies!
William Gheen and ALIPAC are launching a national effort to warn members of the media and the public about the SPLC’s attempt to use false information in an effort to defame groups and leaders fighting against amnesty and illegal immigration.