SPLC Labeling FRC As A “Hate Group” Endangered My Life
It saddens me and brings tears to my eyes that a person like Corkins would resort to violence out of political disagreement, especially on the topic of gay marriage. It breaks my heart that: Southern Poverty Law Center: facilitated his intent to commit such a horrific act of violence by labeling FRC as a “hate group.”
FRC is far from hateful. Its staff members are the most delightful, friendly, sweet, loving, caring, and Christ-like people you will ever meet. As a pro-life intern there this past summer, FRC became a home away from home for me. It is a: safe haven: in the middle of our nation’s morally corrupt capital. My fellow interns have become some of my best friends. And I was incredibly blessed to have Jeanne Monahan as my mentor, who truly helped me to grow as a pro-life advocate.
It is time to for the Southern Poverty Law Center to stop labeling FRC, and other organizations that just want to make society a better place, as “hate groups.”: I only pray that people will learn from this shooting that : wrongful: labels and: violence are not ways to solve political disagreements. Let’s stop the hate to prevent acts of violence like this shooting from occurring again.
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