Tucker Carlson Slams Google For Partnering With 'Wholly Discredited Hate Group' SPLC to Censor YouTube

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The hateful SPLC hate group is getting paid to censor Google Youtube
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Chris Menahan
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Information Liberation
Article date: 
1 March 2018
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National News
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Tucker Carlson slammed Google on Wednesday for partnering with the "wholly discredited hate group" the Southern Poverty Law Center to censor content on YouTube.

From Fox News:

Tucker Carlson reported that YouTube, through its parent organization Google, is enlisting "trusted flaggers" to delete questionable video content from its platform.

However, he said one group hired by YouTube is the Southern Poverty Law Center, which he said is "not an expert on the South, law, or poverty."

Carlson said the SPLC is a "hate group" masquerading as a group that exposes hate groups.



The Daily Caller broke the news on Tuesday:

The Southern Poverty Law Center is assisting YouTube in policing content on their platform, The Daily Caller has learned.

The left-wing nonprofit — which has more recently come under fire for labeling legitimate conservative organizations as “hate groups” — is one of the more than 100 nongovernment organizations (NGOs) and government agencies in YouTube’s “Trusted Flaggers” program, a source with knowledge of the arrangement told TheDC.

The SPLC and other program members help police YouTube for extremist content, ranging from so-called hate speech to terrorist recruiting videos.

All of the groups in the program have confidentiality agreements, a spokesperson for Google, YouTube’s parent company, previously told TheDC. A handful of YouTube’s “Trusted Flaggers,” including the Anti-Defamation League and No Hate Speech — a European organization focused on combatting intolerance — have gone public with their participation in the program. The vast majority of the groups in the program have remained hidden behind their confidentiality agreements.

The SPLC’s close involvement in policing content on YouTube is likely to cause consternation among conservatives who worry that they may not be treated fairly. The left-wing group has consistently labeled pedestrian conservative organizations as “hate groups” and has been directly tied to violence against conservatives in the past. Floyd Lee Corkins, who opened fire at the Family Research Center in 2012, said he chose the FRC for his act of violence because the SPLC listed them as a “hate group.”





Stop treating the Southern Poverty Law Center like it's a respectable and responsible organization, Washington Examiner, February 28, 2018:

YouTube has tapped the Southern Poverty Law Center to help it police objectionable content, the Daily Caller reported this week.

What a disaster. YouTube couldn't have chosen a worse or less trustworthy partner.

The SPLC is a dishonest, irresponsible and obnoxiously partisan organization. Trusting them to decide what constitutes objectionable and “extremist” content, as YouTube’s more than 100 “Trusted Flaggers” have been asked to do, is like asking the inmates to run the asylum.

YouTube’s monitoring program dates to 2012. However, according to the Caller, it has “exploded in size in recent years amid a Google push to increase regulation of the content on its platforms, which followed pressure from advertisers.”

“Fifty of the 113 program members joined in 2017 as YouTube stepped up its content policing,” the report added. “[T]he third-party groups work closely with YouTube’s employees to crack down on extremist content in two ways … 


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Learn more about the widely discredited SPLC hate group

Here are selected articles exposing the SPLC - Southern Poverty Law Center hate group. Many more are referenced on the CAIRCO site - here is a collection of articles exposing the SPLC hate group that are archived on CAIRCO.


The Social Contract has produced a compendium of articles - see The SPLC exposed - Southern Poverty Law Center - Morris Dees and hate crimes.

Indeed, the Social Contract devoted an entire issue to the antics of this crazy hate group:

The Southern Poverty Law Center - A Special Report, The Social Contract, Spring 2010. The entire issue covers the SPLC. Articles include: