Southern Poverty Law Center outed for moving millions to offshore bank accounts


The Southern Poverty Law Center transfers millions of dollars to offshore entities as part of its business dealings.

The Alabama-based 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization known for its so-called “hate group” designations — which the media swears by — also “pays lucrative six-figure salaries to its top directors and key employees while spending little on legal services.”

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23 Comments on Southern Poverty Law Center outed for moving millions to offshore bank accounts

  1. The only reason to have these offshore accounts is to make payments to the people who set them up in the first place. It ought to be called the Southern Lawyers Enrichment Center. Calling Jeff Sessions! Calling Jeff Sessions! Is anyone home over there at the Justice Department?

  2. How about the fact that they only spent 60 thousand to actually do something in “law” area. They sure don’t do anything about poverty except to keep themselves from being impoverished.
    And yet, the IRS went after the Tea Party (who basically had no money).

  3. They’ve constructed their business model after the Clinton Initiative. Keeping with the democrat standards of avarice.

  4. It’s almost like some people who don’t want to pay taxes, don’t trust the United States financial system to treat them fairly. Why… that’s just madness!

  5. The SPLC is a Comintern front group, and has been since its inception.
    The money is being shipped overseas (probably) to fund terror activities against the United States and Israel and to fund the Social/Totalitarian/Globaloney-ists.

    They are a “Hate Group” – they hate Freedom, Liberty, and American Values.
    You can always be assured that socialist/totalitarian front groups are guilty of that of which they accuse others (see #BLM, La Raza, CAIR, ACLU, OWS, ANTIFA, DNC, &c.).

    izlamo delenda est …

  6. Is That a Poverty Rental Tux ? It Better Be a Rental… Granny Cohen !
    Just Keep Looking Poverty Stricken Like The Rest Of Your Group, And Maybe They Won’t Give You Death !!!

  7. How many of us here could use a extra funds at the end of the month? Whether to treat ourselves to a new pair of shoes, an extra gallon of milk for our kids, or to pay off that credit card balance once and for all? Yet these corrupt bastards get to roll in the dough?

    Yeah yeah. Life ain’t fair. Blah blah. I just want to see this happen to them right in front of everyone’s faces…

    “But if a sinner becomes wealthy, God takes the wealth away and gives it to those who please him.” 😇

  8. get rich now !

    Start a

    “501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization”

    everyone is doing it !

    even the clintons cashed in on it !

  9. They’ve been getting away with so many crimes for so long they can confidently report tax evasion knowing full well they’ll never be held accountable. Time to repeal their tax exempt status. Their office should be named after Jackson, Sharpton or Rangel.

  10. it seems to me that a real

    “501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization”

    would be hard pressed to have

    “millions of dollars”

    laying around with which to

    “transfers millions of dollars to offshore entities”


    “pays lucrative six-figure salaries to its top directors and key employees while spending little on legal services.”

    where is the irs ?

  11. They are the Westboro Baptist of the Left. And yet most people just assume, because of the name, that they are good.

    That reminds me, I created a couple of organizations years back (that is, I purchased the URLs). I really need to get them back up as they make me sound important, an expert, someone to be trusted. They are the American Integrity Policy Research Institute and the Human Rights Policy Research Institute. I mean, you would automatically trust one of their representatives, right???

  12. Whoa, LCD. Your statement seems to suggest that the Westboro Baptist Church is representative of the right. I hope that’s not your intent, I bet it is not.

  13. Hell, start a WH petition demanding that the IRS review SPLC’s 501(c) designation and revolk if appropriate and if so review all the donations to determine whether the tax deductions issued should be reversed and the money returned. With the term of the Capo of the IRS soon to expire you may find people there that actually will do their jobs.

  14. There’s apparently some serious cash to be made in the poverty industry. Time to organize and fire up the West Coast Center For Guilty White Liberals Who Want To Pretend To Eliminate Poverty While Doing Absolutely Nothing And Getting A Tax Deduction To Boot.

    And if it makes you feel better, we also like puppies and kittens.


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