The Southern Poverty Law Center has had more than its fair share of scandals. Despite that, dot coms and other companies have continued to collaborate with the controversial group and its bad habit of smearing political opponents as hate groups based on no actual evidence.
After the latest scandals have cost the SPLC its leadership over charges of sexism and racism, Citizens for Corporate Accountability is standing up and demanding an investigation of the extremist organization and urging companies to stop using SPLC data.
In an ad taken out in the Montgomery Advertiser, the SPLC’s hometown paper which played a role in exposing the radical group’s latest scandal, Citizens for Corporate Accountability demanded that the SPLC appoint an independent ombudsman to investigate its financial improprieties, and that it shuts down its hate map, which it notes, even insiders have called a cynical fundraising tool.
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