The Southern Poverty Law Center Accuses Black Professor of Being a White Supremacist Apologist

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Dr. Carol Swain, who is a black former professor at Vanderbilt University, said the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) targeted her, calling her a white supremacist apologist after her positive review of a film that offered credence to the idea that white people have been subjected to racism. Tucker Carlson says that the SPLC is a corrupt group that seeks to raise a lot of money, but it is a mystery why so many mainstream media outlets take them seriously and pretend that they are legitimate. [Actually, it is no mystery. It’s because the media is just as corrupt as the SPLC. They are brothers under the skin.] -GEG

A former Vanderbilt professor who was targeted by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an apologist for white supremacists responded on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

Dr. Carol Swain, who is black, said the SPLC objected to her positive review of a film that offered credence to the idea that white people have been subjected to racism.

“I’m not surprised,” she said. “I saw they were engaging in mission creep and lost sight of their original purpose and started going after conservatives.”

“They’re a corrupt group that seeks to raise a lot of money,” Tucker Carlson said. “A lot of media organizations take them seriously.”

Swain said that anyone who criticizes the SPLC takes the risk of being called a “hater.”

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