Having also taken out a full-page advertisement in the local Montgomery Advertiser newspaper of Montgomery, Alabama, where the SPLC headquarters is located, CCA is demanding that Amazon stop discriminating against the groups on the SPLC's "hate group" list, which include innocuous organizations like D. James Kennedy Ministries, as well as Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a well-known Christian law firm.
D. James Kennedy Ministries has actually filed a lawsuit against Amazon for discriminating against it due to its inclusion on the SPLC's "hate group" list, as Amazon customers are currently prohibited from donating to any such groups on that list.
"It is regrettable that Amazon has played a part in this corrupt speech suppression effort by using the SPLC's lists in the Amazon Smile program," said CCA Executive Director Brian Glicklich in a statement to PJ Media. "Today, however, there is no legitimate reason for Amazon to continue its reliance on this fraudulent and fatally flawed product."
"We request and require that Amazon immediately terminate use of SPLC's 'hate group' list and associated materials in determining eligibility for the Amazon Smile program," he added.
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The reputation of the SPLC as a legitimate "civil rights" group has been in a total free-fall ever since evidence began to emerge suggesting that the organization is much more focused on raising funds through any means possible than it is about creating social justice.
Even some corrupt, left-wing politicians are now aligning themselves with the SPLC and its "hate group" list in order to unfairly and unjustly target conservatives and other "politically incorrect" entities whom they want to see silenced.
And, of course, none other than Apple has also been caught donating to the SPLC to continue its persecution of these and many other targeted groups, which stand in the way of the godless system of globalism that both Apple and the SPLC are busy trying to implement.
It's important to mention that the SPLC is currently embroiled in a massive racism and sexism scandal that's already resulted in the firing of Morris Dees, one of the organization's co-founders. SPLC President Richard Cohen has also stepped down, as has Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, who used to serve on the SPLC's Board of Directors.
Since the SPLC began to rapidly unravel, even the mainstream media has begun admitting that the organization's "hate group" list is basically just a "crass marketing ploy" that functions more as a political hit list than an honest assessment of which groups out there are actually propagating "hate" – whatever that term even means anymore.
"Numerous employees and journalists have reported that the SPLC's so-called 'hate group' list is not a principled database, but rather a highly successful and cynical fundraising tool," the CCA letter further reveals.
"Former employees have described in great detail how the now-terminated SPLC founder developed the list to generate large donations from 'gullible northern liberals.'"
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