Since the early 1970s, SPLC founder Morris Dees had fed on the civil rights victory of wrestling down the last remnants of the Democratic Party creation known as the Ku Klux Klan.
The SPLC relied on its wealthy liberal donors, which also lead to the organization’s nine-figure endowment.
But how do you keep the hate fighting money rolling in when Generation X, the children of integration, all got along for the most part?
The culture of racism in America seemed to be on its last leg, so the SPLC just rebranded racism, fueled it with Marxist critical theory and delivered that to the little brothers and sisters of Generation X, the millennials.
As the Washington Free Beacon reported, “The controversial organization reported $477 million in total assets and $132 million in contributions on its most recent tax forms, which cover Nov. 1, 2016 to Oct. 31, 2017. That represents an increase of $140 million in its total assets from the previous year.”
And here we are, up to our necks in divide and conquer hysteria.
In the midst of it, Proud Boys founder, political commentator and Generation Xer Gavin McInness has had enough.