They huffed and puffed … and for the second time in three months, an elected official has defied the SPLC and its allies in the Mainstream Media.In this case, Tennessee State Sen. Frank Niceley stood firm and followed through on his decision to address the Southern National Congress. State Rep. Judd Matheny was also scheduled to speak at the conference, but lost his nerve after he was exposed by the media. The sharks continue to circle him.Sen. Niceley went further and told The Tennessean that he agreed the Southern states might one day need to secede and form an independent nation:“He agrees with the group’s idea that the South might one day be its own nation, like each of the 13 colonies after the American Revolution.“They delegated a little power to central government. When that fails, we go back to being independent nations,” he said. “We could team up with New Jersey and Oregon if we wanted to.”Even better, Sen. Niceley has been attacking the SPLC on Twitter. He drew attention to the fact that the SPLC created the “climate of hate” which inspired Floyd Corkins’ domestic terrorist attack on the Family Research Council.
Sunday, November 3, 2013
TN State Sen. Frank Niceley stands up to the SPLC