SPLC has Documented Over 9000 Quadrillion Hate Crimes Since Trump Victory

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 30, 2016

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The Southern Poverty Law Center – world renown for its objectivity and truthfulness in all matters – has been keeping track of vicious crimes against people targeted for their race, ethnicity, sexual or gender identity or country of origin since the Trump victory.

The number?

9000 quadrillion.

To put that in perspective, Polaris (also known as “The North Star”) is only 2.5 quadrillion miles away.

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Holy smokes.

That’s a lot of skin hate.

Please note that this is all 100% real. The SPLC are the chosen ones of Yahweh, and they never lie about anything.

And also, none of the people who reported these instances to the SPLC could have lied either, because no one would ever lie about a hate crime.

BBC:

A prominent US civil rights group says it has identified almost 900 incidents of harassment following Donald Trump’s win in the US presidential election.

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is calling on Mr Trump to “act strongly to squelch harassment”.

They also urge Mr Trump to “reach out to the communities he’s injured”.

He injured them, goyim.

With his words, he brought harm to them.

Because as the old saying goes: “sticks and stones can break my bones, but words will turn me into a skin lampshade.”

The comments come as the group releases two reports into the aftermath of the businessman’s win.

Along with representatives of teachers’ unions and other civil rights groups, the SPLC outlines how they say Mr Trump’s rhetoric and actions have affected US society.

The SPLC has been monitoring social media and news reports, and an online form that they have created for Americans to self-report hateful incidents.

“Mr Trump should take responsibility for what’s occurring, forcefully reject hate and bigotry,” the organisation said.

In their report, Ten Days After, they report finding hundreds of cases of attacks against minorities – including instances of violence and intimidation – some of which they directly link to the surprise Trump victory on 8 November.

“An awful lot of these crimes are directly linked to the Trump campaign in the sense that graffiti was left or words were shouted that directly invoked Trump,” Senior SPLC fellow Mark Potok told the BBC.

Multiple instances have been recorded of black people being told to move to the back of the bus, a seating arrangement which was required under Jim Crow-era segregation laws.

The words “Whites Only” and “Trump Nation” were painted on to a church with a large immigrant population and a gay man was pulled from his car and attacked by an assailant who used a slur to say “the president says we can kill all you”, the report finds.

In their second report, titled After the Election, The Trump Effect they surveyed 10,000 educators, finding that 90% have seen their school’s climate negatively impacted by what they call the “Trump effect”.

“It’s time for our president-elect to use his voice to effectively and unequivocally denounce these hateful acts that are done in his name,” said Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers.

The report also finds that more than a quarter of the teachers observed incidents of bigotry and harassment “that can be directly traced to election rhetoric”, including swastika graffiti, physical fights and threats of violence.

This is literally like a second Holocaust, goyim.

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If you want to know more about just how evil the filthy goyim are, you can read the Ten Days After report and the Trump Effect report on the SPLC website.

The worst part is that Trump is such a dirty goyim, he is probably going to have the SPLC audited for violating their 501(c)(3) status by attempting to interfere with the election – even though it’s just a fact that all they ever did was stand up to the hatefilled goyim who are trying to keep white countries white.

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