Lillig Accuses LGBT Support Group of “Fake” Racism Claims


0  Updated at 9:53 am, November 11th, 2013 By: Managing Editor
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(POCATELLO, ID) – The man spearheading the campaign to overturn Pocatello’s anti-discrimination law is accusing a local civil rights group of planting “fake” racist fliers around town three years ago.
Ralph Lillig is alleging that the group “2Great2Hate” engaged in a false flag operation in order to justify its existence. The group was formed in 2010, shortly after literature from the Aryan Nations was found on doorsteps in neighborhoods near the ISU campus. However, a spokesman for the Aryan Nations has confirmed that their own group sent out literature as part of an exercise in free speech. Lillig believes Pocatello’s new law is part of an effort to push a “gay agenda” on the community. 2Great2Hate denies Lillig’s accusations.

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