No amount of evidence is ever enough for these leftwing hatemongers.
Co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center Morris Dees said his group’s “Hate Map” “doesn’t cause anybody to attack,” despite Floyd Lee Corkins’ admission that he targeted the Family Research Council (FRC) after going to the center’s website.
As Corkins told the FBI after his arrest, he learned of the FRC online, “It was a, uh, Southern Poverty Law, lists, anti-gay groups. I found them online. I did a little bit of research, went to the website, stuff like that.”
Corkins attempted a mass shooting on Aug. 15, 2012, opening fire at the Family Research Council and wounding Security Guard Leo Johnson.
Armed with more than 95 rounds of ammunition and 15 Chick-fil-a sandwiches, Corkinstold the FBI that he chose the FRC as his first target after looking at a list of “anti-gay” groups on the SPLC’s website.
The Family Research Council is still listed on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “Hate Map” as “anti-gay.”
CNSNews.com questioned Dees about the Hate Map when he was in Washington, D.C., last week, asking whether his group has ever considered removing the FRC since the revelation from Corkins.
Corkins would be a household name if he were a tea partier attacking a leftwing group. But not a peep of condemnation from the people who egged him on. And these SPLC lowlifes are still a go-to source for the media.