“SHUT UP,” THEY EXPLAINED: A New Color of Censorship from the SPLC.
“Bloodmoney,” Color of Change’s smear campaign, seeks to shut down the fundraising abilities of conservative organizations by pressuring credit card companies and payment processors to deny access to conservative groups blacklisted by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Color of Change falsely accuses all of these groups of promoting violence and white supremacy.
Two weeks ago, the group’s pressure campaign successfully misled Mastercard into refusing to process donations for the Freedom Center, until an outcry forced the company to change course. Though the battle may have been won, Color of Change’s censorship campaign continues.
Color of Change’s “Bloodmoney” campaign is a blood libel. The effort falsely links conservative organizations targeted by the SPLC—including some run by African-Americans and Jews—to the Charleston church shooting and the violence in Charlottesville. The leftist group founded by CNN’s Van Jones and funded by George Soros is out to censor conservative organizations by choking off their fundraising.
The Gleichschaltung has arrived whether you care to recognize it or not.
UPDATE (FROM GLENN): This sounds perilously like a conspiracy to interfere with the exercise of civil rights, which — as the SPLC should know — is both a crime and a cause for civil liability.
THE KID DOESN’T STAY IN THE PICTURE: Michael Moore takes mic away after David Hogg urges foreign meddling in American elections.
Hogg was the critical of the idea of not allowing convicts to vote in elections.
As Hogg ranted about what he saw as an injustice, someone yelled, “Shame!”
“Turn that shame into your vote,” he responded, adding, “if you’re not Canadian.”
“Um,” he continued, turning to Moore, “I think Canadians can donate to political campaigns in the United States.”
Moore shook his head in disagreement.
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“They can’t?” Hogg asked.
“Well, uh, vote here,” he said, causing the audience to laugh at his best attempt at covering his ignorance.
“Learn from us,” he lectured the audience. “Don’t let this happen here because we need to come to you guys if we stay on this track.”
Moore then took the mic away from him.
Seems like the alleged documentarian doesn’t approve of anyone going off his script.