CNN Publishes Left-Wing Organization’s List of ‘Hate Groups’

CNN published Southern Poverty Law Center’s list of “hate groups” on Thursday, a list which inspired the first armed domestic terrorism in Washington, D.C. five years ago, when gunman Floyd Lee Corkins stormed into Family Research Council intending to kill as many people as possible. Corkins admitted he picked his target from the SPLC website because they listed the FRC organization as “anti-gay.”

You won’t find Antifa or Black Lives Matter on CNN’s list of hate groups, but you will see pro-life and pro-family organizations listed alongside neo-Nazis, and the Ku Klux Klan. Their list also includes Brigitte Gabriel’s Act For America, which they claim has grown into “far and away the largest grassroots anti-Muslim group in America.”

“This is CNN going utterly insane. They are serving as a platform for a radical left-wing hate group that exists solely to bash conservatives,” Dan Gainor, Vice President of Business and Culture at the Media Research Center, told LifeSiteNews. “The CNN report has zero legitimacy. But it does serve to falsely label millions of conservatives as haters and may put them at risk as well.”

READ MORE: This list of ‘hate groups’ inspired a terrorist attack on pro-lifers. Today, CNN published it