On June 16, Coulter did a live webcast hosted by the anti-immigrant [sic] group NumbersUSA. During the show, both Coulter and the NumbersUSA staff encouraged listeners to immerse themselves in the almost 100 pages of endnotes in Coulter’s book to get further educated on the immigration issue.
Hatewatch staff decided to take Coulter up on her offer. An investigation into the book’s 89 pages of endnotes reveals that she routinely cites white nationalists, anti-Muslim activists and anti-immigrant groups in her latest screed.
Ann Coulter Cites White Nationalists, Anti-Muslim Activists and Other Racists in New Book, Hatewatch, June 30, 2015
So the SPLC hired someone to wade through the footnotes at the back of Adios America, not looking for facts to check—there's nothing wrong with Ann's facts, and the footnotes are there to prove it—but looking for badthinkers, or people who know badthinkers, whom it could associate her with.
This includes, according to the SPLC, "Jason Richwine—Disgraced Former Heritage Foundation Senior Policy Analyst ". Actually, as we've shown, it's not Richwine who was disgraced by that incident—he did nothing more disgraceful than get a Harvard Ph.D. degree—but Jim DeMint and the Heritage Foundation.
Also, Ann quoted the Center For Immigration studies, which the SPLC calls "The Anti-immigrant [ sic] Movement’s Think Tank.” Well, what's wrong with that? Polls show lowered immigration and immigration enforcement are popular with the vast majority of Americans--the pro-immigration movement’s Think Tanks are funded massively by employers of cheap labor.
(But it does amuse us to see that all CIS head Mark Krikorian’s Politically Correct triangulation has done him no good).
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