August 28, 2013 Uvalda, Georgia (Counsel of Conservative Citizens) Last June an SPLC stooge attended the 2013 CofCC conference. The best they could come up with was a fake story about a CofCC Board member supposedly cancelling, who was never scheduled to attend in the first place. The SPLC claimed a member who had been attacked by the SPLC didn’t show up because of said SPLC attack. In reality, this person was never signed up to attend. In fact, this person had informed the CofCC leadership weeks in advance, before the SPLC attack, that he would not be able to attend this year. The entire story was a complete fabrication.
The SPLC is at it again. They had a stooge attend a demonstration by the League of the South in Uvalda, Georgia. Twenty two year old Keegan Hankes of Auburn, Alabama attended the demonstration and held a sign. He then wrote an article libeling the other attendees with a fictional claim about racial slurs being used.
Keegan Hanks claims “racial slurs were heard frequently.” He does not say what “racial slurs,” or who said them. Because it didn’t actually happen.
Hanks then contradicts this claim by saying “The rally was notable for the lack of overt racism.”
So which is it Hanks? How can there be racial slurs without overt racism?
By his own admission, he could not find any “overt racism” so Hanks simply had to fabricate fictional “racism.”
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