Last week we reported on how Amazon Smile (Amazon's charity wing) was excluding certain groups from eligibility based on what the Southern Poverty Law Center decided thinks of their moral code. And if it had been a one-off incident, this, like many other stories that impact our daily freedoms, then it would have quickly been forgotten. But now we find that the SLPC is actively involved in censoring even more aspects of our lives.
Spotify, the online music provider, which makes over 4 billion a year and has more than 150 million users, has decided to pull a couple of R & B performers from their playlists. None of our business I hear you say…But consider why they have done it.
Apparently, these artists were singled out not because of the music they produce, but for their moral conduct outside of their performance. One of these unfortunates is R Kelly; he has been accused of multiple things involving sexual abuse over the years but has not been convicted. In the US, we are still innocent until proven guilty, but not at Spotify.
Why? Because they have outsourced their moral outrage to SPLC.
And guess who else does this? Google uses SPLC as “flaggers” for their YouTube platform. The SPLC is a group that the Department of Justice and the FBI have broken ties with because to many people, they appear to be nothing but an ideological hate group.
Your content, your internet, and even your charity choices are being censored by left-wing ideologues who hate you. Enough is enough.