UK Muslim reformer Maajid Nawaz has been outspoken about the cover up of the rape of thousands of British girls by Muslim gangs. He's defended Tommy Robinson.
So a mighty alt-left troll factory, called the Southern Poverty Law Center, issued a liberal fatwa against Nawaz, and against the great Ayaan Hirsi Ali, calling them anti-Muslim extremists.
They literally equated them to neo-Nazis, in their "field guide to anti-Muslim extremists."
The SPLC has an endowment of about US$400 million. You see, you make a lot of money demonizing conservatives. Facebook, Amazon, Google, YouTube and Twitter have all outsourced their censorship to the SPLC in part, letting them decide who gets banned.
But Maajid Nawaz did something new: He crowdfunded a lawsuit against the SPLC.
I didn't think he had much chance of winning.
Yet they just paid Maajid Nawaz more than US$3 million.
But in related news, the SPLC has given a grant to a Canadian colony, run by notorious hucksters Evan Balgord and Bernie Farber, called the "Canadian Anti-Hate Network”.
(Funny. Because they sure hate a lot of people — namely conservatives who disagree with them. Like us, and our viewers, as I'll show you tonight.)
Balgord has made a name for himself online consorting with violent antifa-types. And Bernie Farber is the chief advocate of censorship in Canada.
I noticed, just this weekend, that Evan Balgord signed up as a premium member of The Rebel.
That means he's probably watching this now.
So hello, Evan, you foreign-funded censor! The world now knows that you work for a corrupt organization that calls anyone they disagree with “racists,” just for fun and profit.
We know you’re liars; your U.S. master just admitted it.
We won’t be reluctant to sue you for your smears, either.
And we’ll do our best to encourage other conservatives to stand up to the slanders of the alt-left, especially those who would bring disreputable foreign tactics to Canada...
NEXT: Sheila Gunn Reid recently reported that a Muslim hate preacher has received one of those federal summer jobs grants that many Christian groups are being denied.
We've launched a new campaign called PayItBack.ca to push back against this Liberal government decision, and tonight Candice Malcolm and I talk more about this imam's disturbing public statements.
THEN: I discuss US/Canada trade wars with Ian Lee, Associate Professor at the Sprott School of Business.
FINALLY: Your messages to me!