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Does The Southern Poverty Law Center Have a Position on the Radical Brownies?

February 13, 2015

The Southern Poverty Law Center is supposedly an authority on radical groups.

You know, like the Boy Scouts…

Boy Scouts of America policy embraces anti-LGBT prejudice

Twelve years ago, the Southern Poverty Law Center stopped participating in the Montgomery, Ala., United Way campaign because the organization chose to fund the Boy Scouts of America despite its policy of excluding LGBT people from its ranks.

We clearly could not support such discrimination. We were not alone. Some United Way chapters across the country chose to drop the Boy Scouts as beneficiaries of their fundraising campaigns.

But what about the Radical Brownies?

Are they a radical group? I only ask since they include the word ‘radical’ in their group name.

Jim Treacher of the Daily Caller…

Goodbye Brownies, Hello Brownshirts

As any ghoul knows, brainwashing should begin as early in the subject’s life as possible. Starting in infancy is optimal, but 8-10 years certainly isn’t too late.

The following isn’t from The Daily Show or The Onion or College Humor. This is happening in real life.

Christin Ayers, CBS San Francisco:

On a Saturday afternoon in Oakland, a handful of 8 to 10 year old girls are gathered, in brown uniforms, giggling and eating cupcakes…

And it’s not just fun and games. “White policeman are killing black young folks such as women, men and children,” one of the girls said.

Another girl said, “Mike Brown. He was shot because he didn’t do nothing. Only the police officer shot him because of his skin color.”

Only leftists could transform something so innocent into political indoctrination. The people behind Mao’s Red Guard would be proud.

I look forward to the Southern Poverty Law Center’s report on this group.

After all, they’re the experts. Right?

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