Fakers, liars, inventors of false facts, etc. Face it, folks, the Left is never, and has never been invested in truth-telling. Likely because their ideology is based in lies, Daniel Greenfield exposes the latest tale of fakery
“Huge Growth in Anti-Muslim Hate Groups During 2016: SPLC Report,” wails NBC News. “Watchdog: Number of anti-Muslim hate groups tripled since 2015,” FOX News bleats. ABC News vomits up this word salad. “Trump cited in report finding increase in US hate groups for 2nd year in a row.”
The SPLC stands for the Southern Poverty Law Center: an organization with slightly less credibility than Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, and without the academic degree in greasepaint.
And you won’t believe the shameless way the SPLC faked its latest Islamophobia crisis.
The Southern Poverty Law Center’s latest “hate group” sightings claims that the “number of anti-Muslim hate groups increased almost three-fold in 2016.”
Three-fold? Wow, but, again, how?
What could possibly account for that growth? Statistical fakery so fake that a Vegas bookie would weep
The SPLC decided to count 45 chapters of Act for America as separate groups.
How do you get a sudden rise from 34 to 101 hate groups? It helps to suddenly add 45 chapters of one group. Act for America isn’t a hate group. It’s also just as obviously not 45 groups.
And it didn’t come into existence last year.
Act for America was only listed as one group in the 2015 list. It shot up to 45 now.
Go read it all folks. This is what Left has done for years, and we all need to expose this tactic every chance we get frankly.
If we believe what we hear in the media, the recent travel restrictions on countries infamous for exporting terror are not so much intended to protect innocent Americans, as to express bigoted spiteful hate. This phony narrative has been made more poignant with the help of a favorite tactic of moonbats and their Islamic allies of convenience — the hoax:
The leader of a mosque in Dearborn has confirmed to FOX 2 that a man who claimed his mother died in Iraq after being barred from returning to the United States under a ban instituted by President Trump this weekend, lied to FOX 2 about when her death occurred.
Imam Husham Al-Hussainy, leader of the Karbalaa Islamic Educational Center in Dearborn, says Mike Hager’s mom did not pass away this weekend after the travel ban was put in place. The Imam confirms that Hager’s mother died before the executive order was signed.
Husham Al-Hussainy is not your average imam. He voted for Trump, and does not have a problem with the travel restrictions.
On Tuesday, Mike Hager told FOX 2 that he and his family were stopped while trying to return from Iraq to Michigan. He said that he was allowed through because of his American citizenship but his ailing mother and other family members were not. He then claimed that his mom passed away in Iraq on Saturday, as he was traveling to the United States.
Actually, she passed away on January 22, not January 28. Trump signed the executive order in question on January 27.
Again, if you have to lie to make your point………….