Same Far Left Group That Designated Singing Nuns as Hate Group Is Censoring Content for YouTube
Here the Singing Nuns from Spokane sing “Ave Maria.”
A typical hate group, huh?
The Singing Nuns are traditional Catholic Sisters, members of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen. In other words, they wear their full-length blue habits all the time — not just on special occasions or when they are singing. Their motherhouse, St. Michael’s Convent, is located at Mount St. Michael, just north of Spokane, Washington.
The far left SPLC says these traditional Catholic nuns are a hate group.
The SPLC is also behind a terrorist attack on a conservative organization in Washington DC.
In August 2012, a LGBT volunteer carrying bag of Chick-fil-A sandwiches shot up the conservative Family Research Council headquarters in Washington DC.
The shooter, Floyd Corkins, later admitted he got his information from the far left Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) website.
YouTube is using the Southern Poverty Law Center to decide which content is “extremist.”
The Daily Caller reported:
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.
The SPLC is working with @Youtube to censor "extremist content".
The SPLC includes "hate music" in their list of "hate groups" but DOES NOT include armed communist militia groups that OPENLY call for political violence.
Why would Youtube use such a biased org to censor content? pic.twitter.com/sRuZZoTOzt
— Far Left Watch (@FarLeftWatch) February 28, 2018