Steve Jones, a member of former Atlantic County Freeholder Seth Grossman's Liberty & Prosperity organization, is leading an effort to bring balance to political debate in the media. His two latest targets are described below:
Almost every month, the so-called "Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) targets and destroys the reputation of at least one caring, loving, smart, educated, tolerant, and law-abiding American--or worthwhile group--who dares to organize and speak out against Obama/Clinton Democrats and their radical, hate-America agendas. Often, SPLC does it by inventing the most outrageous lies, and then getting them published, or broadcast by "mainstream" newspapers and TV stations, and relied on by schools and colleges.
Of course, upon closer examination we find that these white-collar, buttoned-down "radicals" are really no more than corporate-funded puppets designed to make Americans conform to the "happy face" agenda of globalist slavery. SPLC's corporate paymasters hate the American ideal of individualist freedom. In the words of the great George Carlin, they are looking for "obedient workers" with sub-standard educations, who think, live, and eat how they are told. SPLC is funded by some of the worst corporations in the world -- like Apple, 21st Century Fox, MGM Resorts, JP Morgan, Uber, and others. Yeah, Uber, now wouldn't we all want a boss like that?
Steve Jones is becoming a great resource on these globalist shills. To find out how to identify and expose their lies and dirty tricks--and shut off their funding -- check this short video: https://capitalresearch.org/article/guidestar-drops-splcs-fake-hate-group-label/
Or you can contact Steve Jones directly at sjones-LP@See-More-Facts.com.
Liberty & Prosperity supports our Local Police.
Steve Jones is also running discussions on the current anti-police fervor in some quarters of the United States and the reasons why. Jones holds that "most riots, protests, and often frivolous lawsuits and even criminal charges are against police officers who did nothing more than enforce the law and protect life and property in very dangerous and difficult situations." He makes the point that"very few protests and riots are justified or spontaneous. " In Jones' view, these riots "are carefully planned, designed, and funded as part of a plan to replace local police loyal to their communities with a highly political federal police force."