DAILYKENN.com --It appears the Anti-Defamation League has successfully defamed conservative "person of color," Michell Malkin and pro-America group, ACT for America.
Malkin was scheduled to be a keynote speaker at an ACT for America event planned at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Largo. The event was apparently cancelled by Trump's people after attacks from far-left hate groups, ADL (Anti-Defamation League) and the widely discredited SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center).
(Note: Dailykenn.com's YouTube channel was recently defamed the Anti-Defamation League as being "white supremacist".)
According to thegatewaypundit.com, "ACT for America, is a pro-American group who’s mission is to educate, engage, train, and mobilize citizens to ensure the safety and security of Americans against all threats foreign and domestic while preserving civil liberties guaranteed by the US Constitution."
According to The New York Times, ACT for America is "An anti-Muslim organization [that] plans to host its annual gala at Mar-a-Lago, President Trump’s private club in Palm Beach, Fla., in November."
ACT for America claims to be the nation’s largest grass-roots national security organization, and is considered the largest anti-Muslim group in the United States, according to the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks such groups.
ACT for America has over 1-million members and claims 80,000 dedicated activist. Apparently, Trump's advisers assume patriots are locked into the president's base much as blacks are assumed to be owned by Democrats.
The Gateway Pundit publisher, Jim Hoft, characterized ADL and SPLC as "far left hate groups."
• The SPLC was sued by Maajid Nawaz's Quilliam Foundation after admitting to falsely labeling his advocacy organization as "extremist." The SPLC agreed to a settlement of $3.375-million.
• The ADL was successfully sued after defaming a Denver, Colorado couple for over $10-million.
Such settlements are apparently written off as the cost of defaming patriots and may actually be leveraged for fund raising by far-left hate groups. Law suits against individuals who defame patriots could be devastating. That may be why far-left individuals attempt to hide their identities when defaming patriots on the Internet.
• While far-left hate groups demonize patriot organizations, they seldom speak out against the deadliest hate group on the planet: Islam.
In the past seven days (Sept 30 through Oct 6, 2019) there have been 26 Islamic hate group attacks resulting in the deaths of 154 people of color and 135 injuries. You may see the list at thereligionofpeace.com.
Here is how Malkin responded via Twitter:
So you & @NickNehamas are tweeting my pic everywhere w/ defamatory hit piece on me, my friend @ACTBrigitte & @ACTforAmerica - u didn't bother to reach out to me for comment, but you DID quote terror-coddlers at @CAIRNational & hate crime fraudsters of @splcenter ... "journalism." https://t.co/Gc9c1jpgxV— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) October 5, 2019
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